The Left's war on America rolls on.
The Blue Wave that wasn't.
An elegy for its end.
There isn't much behind the Black Lives Matter narrative.
The Los Angeles Times claims that Americans are safer in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City.
Is Marxism dead or dying?
These people make Roseanne look tame. But they get to keep their jobs.
The unstoppable clown car that is Donald Trump has arrived.
The Left needs Americans to believe white supremacy is on the rise. Here's why.
Raoul Lowery Contreras claims immigration is the reason California has a booming economy. Here's why he's wrong.
“Proposition 47, it’s cool. Like for me, I can go do a burglary and know that if it’s not over $900, they’ll just give me a ticket and let me go.”
Candace Owens might be the challenger to knock out Ben Shapiro.
NPR says illegal immigration doesn't bring violent crime to the United States. That claim fails the fact check.
Pop culture agonists, dragon energy, and the battle over the youth.
The world has seen a huge expansion of the Chinese economy and an increase in their global influence.
The days of “a racially intolerant country” have arrived, and it’s nonwhites leading the charge.
Japan stands fast amid the West's migrant mania.
The days of the New York Times as a reliable, salient, or sane source of news have passed.
He is an extraordinary member of Congress, but at the end of the day, he is also just another American.
It's time for Trump to go to war.
Chicano Studies do not an intellectual make.
The March for Our Lives is the latest phase in the long battle to disarm Americans, an essential part of the culture war.
Cesar Chavez vehemently opposed illegal immigration, favored low-levels of legal immigration, and raged against progressives. Happy Cesar Chavez Day!
No way, New Way.
There is no greater legitimacy in uninformed and anti-Constitutional views just because they are expressed by young people, just as there is no inherent value in “multiculturalism” for diversity’s sake.
Stay up to date! Get all the latest & greatest posts delivered straight to your inbox