Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse has a great piece in the Wall Street Journal — an excerpt of a speech he gave at the Steamboat Springs Institute called The Challenge of our Disruptive Era:
I don’t mean to be exceedingly pessimistic. There are plenty of wonderful opportunities for American families and innovators in this […]
The next Star Wars installment, written and directed by Rian Johnson (Looper). Plot details are light thus far, except that the film will involve a new conflict between the Republic and the New Order while Rey undergoes her training under Luke Skywalker, and there will be a brand new villain played by Benicio Del […]
Five years ago today we lost the great Andrew Breitbart, one of conservatism’s bravest and strongest warriors. His loss is felt by the conservative movement every day, but we continue to be spurned on by his example to be fearless and always “walk towards the fire.” While he was no fan of Donald Trump […]
On this date in 1789 the first Electoral College elected George Washington the first President of the United States.
I’m not hopeful but I’m not hopeless either. 44 left a pig mess internationally. My darker impulses make me feel like it’s Winter 1914 but I hope to God that’s wrong.
Godspeed 45… we need you to succeed and be serious and sober.
Let me see if I have the facts correct:
1. DePaul University a Vincentian*, Roman Catholic University founded in 1898 in the United States of America forbids Ben Shapiro from speaking on their campus. 2. DePaul University had security forces meet Mr. Shapiro on the border of their campus, threatening him with arrest if […]
If the 58% of white voters who voted for Trump are "racists," what are the 95% of black voters who voted for Obama? pic.twitter.com/FklT9lDAyF
— Larry Elder (@larryelder) November 13, 2016
1. Well, I have to say, I didn’t see this coming at all. And while like many of you I’m flavoring my coffee with liberal tears this morning, I’m also enjoying it with a big heaping helping of crow. I’ll just admit it right now: I was wrong. I underestimated Trump from the very […]
This is one of my favorite videos to watch around election time, a fun montage of American campaign ads going all the way back to Eisenhower. It’s interesting to see how political advertising has evolved over the years, yet retained many of the same basic messages in campaign after campaign. Make of that what […]