Liberalism’s Fear Of Shelby Steele

Home/Rod Dreher/Liberalism’s Fear Of Shelby Steele Why is Amazon so afraid of Shelby Steele? (Screenshot from ‘What Killed Michael Brown?’) October 19, 2020| 4:16 pm Rod Dreher We saw last week how Big Tech — Twitter and Facebook — tried to control the political Narrative by making it impossible, or at least difficult, to spreadRead moreRead more

Follow the Science: Health Professionals Say Lockdowns Were a Massive Mistake

According to the “Great Barrington Declaration,” signed by thousands of health professionals, shutdowns overreached by a mile. by Reed Spaulding IV, MD October 9, 2020, 11:05 AM President Trump returns to the White House from Walter Reed hospitalization for coronavirus (Andrea Hanks/Official White House photo) President Trump caused a bit of a commotion this weekRead moreRead more

The vicious party

October 15, 2020 By Patricia McCarthy “Wolves don’t care about the truth. They care about meat.” (Perry Mason, 2020) The Democrat party has long been vicious in service to their “any ends justify the means” sort of vicious.  Those of us old enough to remember what Joe Biden and Ted Kennedy did to the superb Judge RobertRead moreRead more

Volkswagen’s electric microbus: Much virtue-signaling, little virtue

October 2, 2020 By Henry Pierson Electric vehicles are coming from Volkswagen.  Hate to disappoint, but if you love the environment, this is a step backward. Recently, an amendment to a green energy bill in the House was defeated.  It would have required the secretary of commerce to certify that federally funded buses and charging stations doRead moreRead more

Democrats: Riots, Racism, Rot, and Rebellion

October 1, 2020 By J. Robert Smith Democrats love to claim that their party underwent a metamorphosis in the 1960s, when they finally washed away the taint of slavery past.  The Rebellion, in which Democrats played principal roles in causing, was a century in the rearview mirror.  Goes the spin: Democrats vanquished their post-Civil WarRead moreRead more

The yard signs of the times

September 20, 2020 By Eric Utter We are far along on our March to Madness. This can be seen in the ubiquity of meaningless gestures and vapid platitudes permeating our once great republic. This may have all started with “Visualize World Peace” bumper stickers. Eventually, there was nary a Prius, Volvo, or Honda Element thatRead moreRead more

The Scorching of California

How Green extremists made a bad drought worse Victor Davis HansonWinter 2015 CaliforniaThe Social OrderInfrastructure and energyPolitics and law In mid-December, the first large storms in three years drenched California. No one knows whether the rain and snow will continue—only that it must last for weeks if a record three-year drought, both natural and man-made,Read moreRead more

A Workable Republican Playbook for 2020

September 22, 2020 By Martin Ingall If President Trump wins a second term and the Republicans to do not retake the House, a significant portion of his voter’s agenda will be derailed.  We will see another round of impeachment, Russia 2.0, Orange Man Bad, anything and everything to stop Trump.  Trump’s first term will haveRead moreRead more

Trump is right: Science doesn’t know — and supposed journalists don’t care

September 16, 2020 By Jack Hellner Here are some facts that most of the media, scientists, entertainers, and other Democrats choose to ignore as they indoctrinate the public, especially the children, about “science”:  Environmentalists and politicians have mismanaged forests for decades in California and elsewhere.  They won’t clear cut, clear out brush and leaves, allow logging,Read moreRead more

Western Wildfires Are Due to Arson and Stupidity, Not Climate Change

By Chris Talgo Unfortunately, we are living in a world where facts don’t matter much anymore. For instance, the wildfires that have swept across the western United States over the past few weeks are being almost universally blamed on climate change, even though the facts tell otherwise. The fires in California and Oregon are notRead moreRead more