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It’s High Time We Make Woke Corporate America Feel Real Pain: Here’s How We Can Start
Christopher Bedford, The Federalist
Companies that have long taken advantage of our laws, carving out special nooks and crannies not available to the rest of us, think it’s just fine to turn around and attack and penalize Americans who even meekly try to protect our children from activists’ experiments, guard our elections, and save women’s sports. They think there are no consequences.  They think they’ll get away with it. It’s time to show them otherwise. Time to punch back.

Biden Border Policy Goes South
David Catron, The American Spectator
Biden is a sock puppet in the grasp of the left wing, and Harris is even less influential than most VPs. That Biden’s poll numbers are underwater on immigration and border security is of little concern to the people who make his mouth move. He’s obviously not a serious political force long term, and they need “undocumented citizens” to remain viable. If Biden’s credibility with the voters crashes and burns, they’ll just get another sock.

Vaccine Patriotism vs. Vaccine Globalism
Patrick J. Buchanan, Creators
While all peoples may be equal in their God-given rights to liberty and life, the duty of the U.S. government is to protect and defend first and foremost the rights, and the health and safety of Americans. America is not responsible for "justice everywhere" — a utopian concept — but to establish justice to the degree it can in the USA. Natural law teaches that, when it comes to love and loyalty, one puts one's own family and country first.

The Best Tonic for Restoring the GOP: Overreaching Democrats
Kimberley A. Strassel, Wall Street Journal
Corporate PAC money has faded in significance over the years. Money isn’t a direct proxy for political support, and dollars alone don’t win elections, as Hillary Clinton proved. Republicans have tricky territory to navigate in coming years. But the GOP fundraising numbers show that reports of the party’s death are greatly exaggerated. The best tonic for restoring the Republican Party’s health is an overreaching Dem White House and Congress.

Joe Biden: America’s Biggest Gun Salesman
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Gun sales have been up all year. Joe Biden's executive orders just pushed them to a new level. The hypocrisy of this doddering man who threatened to punch out Donald Trump is nothing short of monumental. Any sentient being—not a slavish, ultra-conformist Democrat who no longer thinks for him or herself—has been alarmed at the escalating violence in our streets. Murders are way up. Assaults are way up. But the president wants to disarm us.

Low-watt Joe Biden tries to 'smarten up'
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
Mr. Biden tells residents of the Great State of Georgia that they need to “smarten up.” Now take that with a grain of salt. To him, the Georgia law requiring voter ID was obviously a racist attack on Black people. We are talking fire hoses, snarling German Shepherds and insurmountable poll tests. “Jim Crow on steroids,” Mr. Biden said — in all seriousness. Maybe Joe Biden’s deadbeat junkie son really is the smartest person Joe Biden knows.

Behold DeSantis, Destroyer of Narratives
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
It’s obvious that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis was correct in his assessment about the virus and how best to handle it as a matter of public policy. It’s just as obvious that blue-state governors like the wretched Andrew Cuomo and abysmal Gavin Newsom have been categorically, disastrously wrong. We need a lot more of this among Republican politicians. If DeSantis keeps delivering, he may well be the one bearing the party’s standard in 2024.

Wokeness Is a Weapon of Privilege
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Wokeness is medieval. Sin is not given up as much as atoned for and excused through loud confessionals. Self-righteous elites rant about carbon footprints, needless border security, defunding the police, gun control and charter schools. They rarely forgo their private jets, third and fourth homes, estate walls, armed security guards and prep schools. Apparently, the more you rant about “privilege,” the less you need to worry about your own.

Ending Big Tech Tyranny
Betsy McCaughey, The Epoch Times
With Dems in power, there’s no chance lawmakers will classify tech companies as common carriers. But Thomas says the Court can apply that reasoning any way, without waiting for Congress. Until then, the public will hear only what the Silicon Valley wants. Lara Trump posted an interview with the former president on Facebook. Immediately, Facebook took it down, explaining, “further content posted in the voice of Donald Trump will be removed.”

The GOP Needs to Understand That the Corporations Are Its Enemy
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
There is no valid conservative principle that requires you to be less free. But trashing our rights is what woke corporations using their power against us as Democrat catspaws do. It’s unclear why they are morally free to exercise their political will indirectly as liberal cut-outs, yet we can’t exercise ours directly through our elected officials. I will care about their property rights exactly as much as they care about our civil rights.

Building on the Trump administration's victories to advance American freedom
Mike Pence, Washington Times
If unchallenged, the radical left will squander America’s future with more government, more regulation, more illegal immigration, more limits on individual freedom and a steady march toward socialism. That is why I launched Advancing American Freedom. With the support of patriots across this country, and God’s grace, Advancing American Freedom will help ensure that we continue to boldly forge a future of freedom for all the American people.

Hunter Biden, Media-Pampered (Scam) Artist
Tim Graham, CNS News
On Sunday's "Reliable Sources," CNN host Brian Stelter was deeply impressed with Hunter Biden's "extraordinary" and "breathtaking" memoir. The most overlooked fact on the Hunter Biden book-and-sympathy tour is that he was committing many of these financial scams and behavioral debaucheries while his father had the obscure job of...vice president of the United States. Back then, CNN's motto could have been "Flacks First." That still fits today.

Wokeness: ‘It’s About the Money’
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Today's Eleventh Commandment: Wokeness—no matter what “justice” veneer you put on it—is about the money. Perhaps, when it comes down to it, even more than most. Don’t believe me? Ask the Major League Baseball execs and their Chinese partners. That’s real money. Or ask Hulu, that has signed to produce a docuseries based on the “1619 Project,” which was already discredited as false history by the New York Times that had originally published it.

Biden administration creates chaos at every turn
Tammy Bruce, Washington Times

None of us voted for an open border and the reckless importation of people with COVID-19. None of us voted for economic warfare to be waged by woke corporations against American cities. None of us voted for a “remaking” of the American economy in the midst of an economic crisis brought upon us by the same politicians with their lockdowns and business closures. The GOP has a duty to stop the Democrats' madness. And we will vote it out in 2022.

Fans Intentionally Walk After Baseball's Activism
Tony Perkins, CNS News
We can disconnect from them. We can join coalitions to stop corporate tyranny. But there's something else we need to be doing that's just as important: We need to confront them. The Left is only controlling these companies because liberals are loud. They're in the minority -- but they're loud. So we need to write letters, make phone calls, share the truth on our platforms, and spend our dollars rewarding the brands that stay in their lanes.

Joe Biden builds his wall
Hugo Gurdon, Washington Examiner
Left-wing walls don’t keep people out but lock them in. They are the option of governments that make their own country so unattractive that sensible people want to escape. Right-wing walls are defenses. Left-wing walls are prisons. The Left’s agenda is so grasping and desperate, so pusillanimous, defensive, and lacking in confidence, so devoid of free spirit, the question is not, "Is this who we are?" so much as, "Is this really who we want to become?"

If Democrats Will Cry ‘Racist’ No Matter What, Republicans Should Pass Much Stronger Laws
Joy Pullmann, The Federalist
Democrats will keep lying until Republicans stop allowing that to be an effective political strategy. To do that, Republicans must refuse to dignify lies with a point-by-point refutation. That kind of dialogue is a privilege reserved for people who come to an encounter in good faith, with something to exchange. That’s not what Dems are as a party today. They want truth to be defined as whatever serves their private interests. Quit playing the fool.

Quality of life plummets, taxes rocket — and New York City faces doom
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
The possibility of permanent decline and the ultimate destruction of New York is unmatched in modern memory. With Republicans reduced to hecklers, Albany Democrats, oblivious or reckless or both, are marching toward the cliff in an Alfred E. Neuman, “What, me worry?” way. The rising chorus of “Stop!” goes unheeded. Washington is sending trainloads of money to blue states to bail out their high-tax, high-spend habits. In Albany, it's never enough.

Media, Politicians Still Spreading the ‘Big Lie’ About Officer Sicknick
Julie Kelly American Greatness
Three months ago Officer Brian Sicknick, 42, died. The unproven version of Sicknick’s death is again making the rounds following the murder of Capitol police officer William Evans, who was killed by a Nation of Islam loyalist on Good Friday. The media is far too busy using Evans’ death as an excuse to promote a known lie about January 6. Democratic leaders and the American news media aren’t just dishonest and shameless—they’re fully depraved.

Justice Thomas: Sooner or later, courts will rule on Twitter
Byron York, Washington Examiner
Justice Clarence Thomas's note was a warning for Congress and the courts. Is Twitter public, or is it private? And what about Facebook and all the other platforms? Social media is something new. Old laws written to deal with newspapers, radio, and television do not fully cover the issues raised by today's social media. New rules will come when lawmakers and judges can no longer avoid the problem, as they did in the Donald Trump Twitter case.

The counterproductive politics of Major League Baseball
Cal Thomas, Washington Times
Baseball fans will think they are being taken for granted, as did NFL fans. They pay top prices for tickets and contribute to advertising dollars by watching sports broadcasts. They don’t want political correctness forced upon them. Sports are supposed to be an oasis where people can escape from the issues and politicians they have to endure elsewhere. Fans won’t be singing “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” but “Take Me Out OF the Ballgame.”

Secularism in the Age of Biden
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
Under this arrogant liberalism that Biden espouses, the devoutly religious are seen as “discriminatory” and treated as bad citizens. Liberalism views religion, particularly Christianity, as an impediment to progress. Just as the pagans of the Roman Empire viewed Christians as enemies of the state and forced them to make burnt offerings to their gods, so today’s woke statists seek to coerce Christians into bowing before political correctness.

For What Should We Fight Russia or China?
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Is Biden saying the U.S. will intervene militarily on the side of Ukraine? JFK, in the second debate with Richard Nixon in 1960 wrote off Quemoy and Matsu in the Taiwan Strait as indefensible and not worth war with Mao’s China. With its warnings and threats, China is forcing America to address questions we have been avoiding for about as long as we can. China is saying that it is not bluffing: These islands are ours! Time to show our cards.

States Fight Back Against Biden War on the West
Stephen Moore, The Epoch Times
We need governors and state lawmakers to show much more of this peaceful defiance when Washington oversteps. Twenty-one state AGs are suing Washington for blocking their prerogative to run their own fiscal policies. They say Biden is violating the 10th Amendment, which ensures that all rights not explicitly granted to the federal government “reside with the states and the people.” For our republic's future, let’s pray that the courts agree.

Biden’s Bipartisanship Lie Will Cost Dems the House
David Catron, The American Spectator
In 1994, with sizeable gains, the GOP won control of both houses of Congress for the first time in 40 years. The Republicans are now in a position to retake control of the House, and Senate with far fewer gains. Yet the behavior of Biden and the Democratic leadership suggests that they don’t quite get that. Or perhaps it means they understand it all too well. Either way, a lot of Neanderthals are counting the days until November of 2022.

Donald J. Trump: Joe Biden’s Best Friend
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
Biden got elected by unleashing others to insist that he was a healer, not a boisterous Trump-style divider, and by enlisting special interests to redefine how we vote. Oddly, Trump did not emphasize sufficiently his own achievements. The myth of Biden the healer, and Trump the cruel divider, helped to get Biden elected. But the fantasy that Biden had the answers to problems that Trump created is a far greater—and more dangerous—delusion.

‘60 Minutes’ Ignores Democrat Governors’ Scandals, Invents One About DeSantis
Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist
CBS’ “60 Minutes” tried to invent a scandal involving Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ distribution of vaccines. As with the pushing of anti-Bush forgeries, CBS News continues to push partisan propaganda at the expense of the truth. It is unclear whether its propaganda will keep its viewers from knowing the truth about Florida’s handling of COVID, much less the truth of what has happened in hard lockdown states such as New York and California.

Virtue Signaling Replaces Baseball as America’s National Pastime
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
The time to stop this "woke" insanity is long past. But, in their abject stupidity, the Major League executives may have given us a second chance. Our disgust with them should wake us up. In their disrespect for millions of people, they are emblematic of the ignorant group think and conformity that comprises the “woke.” As the law of physics dictates, their moronic action deserves—in fact, demands and awakens—an equal and opposite reaction.

Joe Biden, Hunter’s laptop & media lapdogs
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Thanks to The Post’s dogged work last fall, it was obvious the laptop was Hunter’s. But because Democrats and their media mouthpieces tried to hide the truth, e-mails revealing suspicious conduct of the man who is now president have never been fully examined and explained. That blackout must end. Did now President Biden get any of that money, directly or indirectly? Recall reports that Hunter once said that his father demands half his income.

Are Leftists Stupid Or Liars?
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
The pampered clowns are the least prepared to deal with a paradigm where violence supplants reason. It’s probably a bad idea to normalize hate when your forces consist of gender studies students, diversity consultants, and failed senators, plus maybe some blue falcon cops and soldiers who put pensions first. Meanwhile, the fuse the liars lit burns down toward the powder. But they keep it up anyway. This makes them both stupid and liars.


Joe Biden's Bid to Remake America
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
If Joe Biden's American Jobs Program, outlined in Pittsburgh, is enacted, then the federal government will take a great leap forward toward irreversible control of the destiny of the Republic. There appears to be no historical evidence that once a Western democracy expands central power and control of the nation's resources that it ever willingly gives up those gains. Yesterday's gone. Yet, Joe Biden's remaking of America must be resisted.

Immoderate Joe
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
If a triangulating Bill Clinton is remembered for saying that “the era of big government is over,” Joe Biden will be remembered for saying that the era of big government is back. To reach his place in the pantheon of progressive icons alongside FDR and LBJ, he will need to raise taxes significantly. And here, too, we see what a sham his “moderate” image was all along. Some moderate Democrats are already balking at his tax-hiking plans.

Passivity Is a Choice, and We Made It
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
We could do it another way. We could encourage, instead of discourage, heroism. We could choose to let citizens be armed everywhere to neutralize the criminals’ advantage. We could institute extremely strict laws barring prosecution for interventions at the outset so commie DAs can’t victimize heroes. We could do the same for civil liability. And we could bar employers from jettisoning internet-famous employees who do act to protect others.

The 10 Radical New Rules That Are Changing America
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
10 new ideas changing America. 1) Money is a construct. 2) Laws are not necessarily binding anymore. 3) Racialism in now acceptable. 4) The immigrant is preferable to the citizen. 5) Most Americans should be treated as little children. 6) Hypocrisy is passe. 7) Ignoring homelessness is preferable to ending it. 8)McCarthyism is good. 9) Ignorance is preferable to knowledge. 10). Wokness is the new religion, growing larger than Christianity.

Build (and Patronize) Alternative Structures While We Can
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
Dr. Helen Smith explains Helen's Page: “A lot of people after the election are feeling more isolated than ever. So I made a place for them to meet each other. Helen’s Page is a place where people can come to find and help other liberty-minded people across the country—from selling your undiscovered screenplay or advertising your local bakery right down to finding an accountant, electrician, or other professional who shares your love of liberty.”

The media won’t be happy until moderate Dems kill the filibuster
David Harsanyi, New York Post
The media are incessantly covering the filibuster issue as a way to pressure holdout moderate Democrats (Manchin and Sinema) to destroy the Senate. Of the 10 reporters that Biden called on during his press conference, three asked about the filibuster. After four self-aggrandizing years of pretending to hold the powerful accountable, we are once again reminded that the political press largely exists to obsess over the Democrats’ agenda items.

Equality Act trashes truth and crushes conscience
Robert G. Marshall, Catholic Culture
It is of the utmost urgency for each of us to call, write or email our two U. S. Senators immediately and respectfully demand they oppose the Equality Act. It is important tell them we do not want them to authorize schools to lie to parents regarding transgender policies; nor to remove conscience protections from American citizens who oppose killing innocent children, or the sick or elderly; nor to force them into LGBTQ+ transgender re-education classes as a condition of employment.


DeSantis Points the Way to a New Federalism
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
What we need now is a renewed republic, a renewed and stronger federalism. In order to avoid the secession that many, including me, talk of, this New Federalism is the best, possibly the only, answer at this point. Secession is not only highly complicated politically, the necessity of countering the Chinese and the Russians makes it beyond dangerous militarily. This means a respect for states’ rights we haven’t had in some time. For every state.

On Trump Blasting Fauci and Birx: Wish It Were an Apology
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
Had Trump followed his instinct with the ruthlessness it required and put the country on a war footing against COVID-19 rather than its own economy and civil liberties, he would still be president today. Trump knew what needed to be done. But he didn’t fight hard enough. He didn’t get rid of the incompetent Fauci and Birx. And the incompetents have won. A little “My bad” would go a long way. We’d gladly forgive him if he acknowledged the error.

The selfishness at the heart of socialism
Hugo Gurdon, Washington Examiner
When helping others is distanced or detached from our finer impulses, it is ungoverned, untempered by humane reasoning. It becomes a limitless and constantly lengthening list of rights. Not rights such as the right to say what one thinks, but the duty of others to supply us with free college, child care, automatic pay raises, abortions, housing, and reparations for past wrongs paid by those who didn’t inflict them to those who weren’t their victims.

The Cage Biden Wants for American Children
Terence P. Jeffrey, CNS News
Is it better for a 3-year-old child to spend more time with a government employee or a mother? The problem is not that students spend too little time in government schools but that they spend any time in them at all. If Biden truly wanted to give children a better chance, it would encourage districts to give all parents a voucher equal to the cost of educating a child in the local public schools and let them redeem it at any school they want.

Diversity warriors display their malignant hypocrisy
Tammy Bruce, Washington Times
With no effort to mask the outright racism and bigotry of Critical Race Theory now crawling through government, corporations, society and even grade schools, we are being subjected to bigotry cast as anti-bigotry. To expect a more fair system to be brought about by the same bias and bigotry indicates a problem of group think and mass hysteria. And once again, Democrats promote a system reflecting their misery and bigotry, making situations worse.

The scare-Crow tactics of Democrats
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
The left is eager to racialize any dispute and, for shock effect, dredges up dark pages from our history that bear zero resemblance to the current situation. In their playbook, any election-law change they don’t support is racist and proves America has not made an iota of progress in 150 years. Like their endless comparisons of Trump to Hitler, the attacks are a form of extremism designed to evoke horror and spark anger. They lack only facts.

Autocracy vs. Democracy or China vs. America?

Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Jefferson concluded: "A Democracy is nothing more than mob rule, where 51% of the people may take away the rights of the other 49%." Democracy and autocracy— of which monarchies and dictatorships are examples —are forms of government, not objects of worship. It is the country that engages the heart, not the system of government by which the country is governed. And it is the country that is the legitimate object of allegiance, loyalty and love.

Covid Vaccination ‘Passport’ Called ‘end of human liberty in the west’
Catherine Mortensen, Daily Torch
A far-reaching plan by the Biden administration, in conjunction with private companies, to create a so-called coronavirus passport is raising privacy and transparency concerns from people of all political stripes.  The plan could force Americans to get vaccinated in order to attend sporting events, vacation on a cruise ship, or fly commercially. Conservatives argue that no American should be forced to get a vaccine or given “rewards” to do so.

Georgia voting law: The racist liars cry 'racism' yet again
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
First of all, what is it with these people who are incapable of judging voters by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin? Why do these flagrant racists in the media refuse to accept “black voters” as anything other than helpless victims who are too stupid to take care of themselves? Why is it that it’s only “black voters” who will not be able to bring a bottle of water with them to the polling booth on Election Day?

The Voter-Suppression Lie
Rich Lowry, National Review
Strict voter-ID laws have long been denounced as voter suppression. It’s not true. According to a 2019 working paper for the National Bureau of Economic Research, “strict ID laws have no significant negative effect on registration or turnout, overall or for any subgroup.” None of the facts can possibly overcome the attachment that President Joe Biden and other Democrats have to their emotionally resonant and politically powerful Jim Crow smear.

Joe Biden's FDR delusion
Byron York, Washington Examiner
Joe Biden would like to be FDR, but thus far Biden's presidency has not been transformative. Biden does not have the political strength to be Franklin Delano Roosevelt, even if he had FDR's other qualities. Most importantly, the country is not in a place that needs an FDR. Perhaps Biden has a hazy, nostalgic view of FDR, who was president when Biden was born in 1942, but he does not have a clear-eyed view of the country's condition right now.

A Near Call: Whether the Left Will Implode or Triumph
Roger Kimball, The Epoch Times
“Is the Left on the Cusp of Permanent Triumph, Or Is It Committing Suicide?” We have already reached the point where the dictum “silence is violence” is enforced on many campuses. That is to say, if you do not offer full throated support of today’s roster of politically correct initiatives—transgender rights, BLM, the inextricable evil of whiteness—then you are just as guilty as those who actually criticize or oppose the revolutionary menu.

Election Integrity and Its Discontents
David Catron, The American Spectator
Democrats now want to impose what they call “democracy reform” via the For the People Act. If health-care reform is still being litigated after 10 years, how many decades will democracy reform take? The country would be much better off if Democrats could be content with the powers delegated to the federal government by the Constitution and stop meddling with those that are clearly reserved to the states — including election integrity reform.

Is Racism Moral Now?
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
In truth, the Mexican American tractor driver has more in common with the white auto-mechanic, and both with the black truck driver, than any of the three has with the woke Jorge Ramos, Oprah Winfrey, Mark Zuckerberg, or the Antifa and BLM hierarchy. America is not a sinful racist mess, but a great experiment as the only multiracial, self-reflecting, and self-critical democracy in history that did not—yet—descend into tribal chaos and violence.

Joe Biden: America’s Dumbest Newest President
Craig Shirley, CNS News
You have to be dumb, or my name isn’t Craig Shirley, to get both parties and the press mad at you for denying objective reality. Joe Biden is the leader of the free world and I’m a writer of books, so far be it from me to tell him how to run his administration (if he’s running it at all, a different subject). But if dumb decision-making skills like this are what we have to look forward to, then my Lord we have a long four years ahead of us.

Did Something Happen In Boulder?
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
The answer is not submission but strength. Don’t forget what happened in Boulder. Take action. Throw it in their smug, scrunchy faces. Highlight the hypocrisy endlessly. Support your local law enforcement (when it supports you). And if you are a law-abiding adult who is so inclined, carry a weapon as allowed in your jurisdiction to lawfully defend yourself, your family, your community, and your Constitution from criminals and would-be tyrants.

Stop Critical Race Theory Before It Destroys America
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
This anti-democratic, racially divisive onslaught can be stopped best locally. This is especially true at the critical school level where parents, all of us really, can organize and step forward to stop the indoctrination. This will take bravery and conviction that many have never shown before or even know that they have. But they do. Many are beginning to show it across the country. Many of the courageous are black. They are the heirs of Dr. King.

Big Tech's Masters of the Universe fueling the Marxist revolution and destroying America
Robert Knight, Washington Times
Big Tech has power. Alphabet (Google and YouTube), and Facebook, which also owns Instagram, have billions of users and are together worth $2.1 trillion, according to Forbes. Google, which accounts for more than 90% of Internet searches, can determine elections by adjusting algorithms to favor one party over the other. In 2020, this cost President Trump as many as 6 million votes, according to Harvard-trained behavioral psychologist Robert Epstein.                                                                  

We Are Governed by People Who Suck
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
For more than three decades now the Democrat Party, and the bipartisan swamp it has controlled basically since Ronald Reagan left office (a takeover that was turbocharged during the eight-year suck of the Obama–Biden administration), has had as its chief project the covering up of just how badly it sucks. Can this be disputed? I think not. Thursday’s press conference showed Joe Biden sucks. And it’s going to suck a lot worse going forward.

Ted Cruz is the pandemic super hero we needed
Eddie Scarry, Washington Examiner
The party for the pitiful needs to end. So does deference to the crowd that claims to "follow the science," right up until they don't. These people relished the attention granted them by the equally hysterical news media that gladly dialed up the level of public panic. We have to do what Cruz did and simply start saying no. No, I won't be wearing a mask. No, I won't jog across the street. The hysterics can have their "new normal" to themselves.

Why Putin's Pipeline Is Welcome in Germany
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
The United States can't let go of NATO, because this is who we are and what we do. Why does Angela Merkel not take seriously U.S. threats to pull our troops out of Germany, if the Germans won't cancel Nord Stream 2 or pony up more for defense? Because Merkel thinks the Americans are bluffing about actually going home from Europe, and thinks the Russia of Vladimir Putin is not the Russia she knew in the days of the cold war. Is she wrong?

Biden lies, and the media doesn’t question it
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
This was Biden’s coming out party, and the nation faces a mess that will only grow worse with time. The man who campaigned on unity is hell-bent on permanent polarization, meaning cancel culture and the supercharged racial climate are here to stay. Biden gave license to the left's worst instincts with his repeated sneering references to all Republicans and especially Trump. Not a single media member challenged him on any of his falsehoods.

Biden showing weakness both at home and abroad
Michael McKenna, Washington Times
The world is a dangerous place full of people — Chinese communists, drug cartels, former KGB agents, strong-minded senators — who prey on weakness. It is simple human nature to gravitate toward strength. The voters have given the reins to a senescent career politician, Joe Biden, and a junior senator, Kamala Harris, with the unfortunate tic of giggling in response to questions. Neither seems like a particularly strong horse at the moment.

Pelosi’s Capitol Police Bill Gaslights America
Louie Gohmert, The Epoch Times
As someone who has spent a majority of my adult life working for justice, law and order with an abiding respect for honorable, self-sacrificing law officers, I call upon Congress to set aside its self-serving agenda and to bring forth responsible legislation in the future, not continue down this path of divisiveness. As Members of Congress we owe it to those who elected us to hold sacred our vows and our duties as America’s lawmakers.

Time to Stand Up for the Second Amendment More Than Ever
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
We must remain staunch in our defense of the Second Amendment. Years ago I waffled occasionally, giving them this and that in the hopes it would mollify. No more. Every time the Bidens of the world exploit tragedies like these, I get stronger in my defense of the Second. Now I’m like an ox. I might even turn into a gun nut. What we should do to minimize these tragedies is examine the causes and try to intervene before these people can act.

The Border Crisis and the Consequences of Biden’s Bad Ideas
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
The ideological roots of this crisis could not be clearer. It can be traced back to liberalism’s essential view of illegal immigration as a matter of no great consequence and its hostility to rudimentary nationalism. A president who sees illegal immigration as a “gift” and not a crisis will approach border issues lackadaisically and simply cannot summon the will to seal the border. Politics and Elections have consequences. So do bad ideas.

Republicans need a new team to guide party
Michael McKenna, Washington Times
Owning the libs is fun. Trolling the media is always a good time. But neither are substitutes for actual ability to run a government. That requires experience, persistence and knowledge of policy and the system. A different skill set than the current team possesses. Those funding or supporting this might take a step back and think about how they are spending money and what they want to achieve in the next 10 years or so. Then act accordingly.

Oh Noem, Not Another Squish!
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Did it kill her chances? I, and the many conservatives who have expressed their disgust at this cowardly surrender, are not quite Never Noem like we are Never Nikki!, but Kristi is on double-secret probation. One more failure, one more awkward flirtation with Jeb!ism, and Noem shall henceforth be assigned the ironic explanation point that identifies an establishment supplicant. Kristi, you better get it together or we shall know you as Noem!.

China Continues to Show Its Contempt for the U.S.
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
China feigns victimhood and seeks solidarity with others inside the U.S. and abroad who claim to be fellow victims of American racism. Such naked artifice and hypocrisy may seem crazy, given China’s atrocious human rights record. But Chinese leaders view our exploding budget deficits, staggering national debt, lax immigration policies, 2020 summer riots and other internal strife as far crazier — and most welcome supplements to their efforts.

Beware of CEOs proposing regulations
Editors, Washington Examiner
It’s one of the oldest plays in Big Business’s Washington playbook: Lobby for costly regulation that will drive out smaller competitors and keep out future competitors — and along the way, earn plaudits as a responsible capitalist. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg joins a long and distinguished historic line of industrialists calling for more regulation by Uncle Sam's crew. And we have to assume Zuckerberg understands that regulation is protection.

'Corrupt Politicians Act' Rigs Elections for the Radical Left
Senator Ted Cruz, Real Clear Politics
Fresh off of ramming through a monstrosity of a stimulus bill stuffed with pork spending and liberal pet projects, Democrats are gearing up to radically transform our election system and lock in majorities at every level of elected government. Democrats call this bill the For the People Act, or HR 1, but a more appropriate name would be the Corrupt Politicians Act because it’s designed by the politicians, of the politicians, and for the politicians.

Joe Biden’s Fightin’ Fillies
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., The American Spectator
In Joe Biden’s army of the future I can envisage whole units that feature angry women. How about Joe’s “Fightin’ Fillies,” women armed to the teeth, wearing stiletto heels that are real stilettoes, and goose-stepping down Pennsylvania Avenue? And others obviously agree. Sgt. Major of the Army Michael A. Grinston, the army’s most senior enlisted soldier, spoke out on his Twitter account saying women will dominate any battlefield in the future.

The Fall of Chile Is a Warning to America
Stephen Moore, The Epoch Times
A sock-it-to-the-rich tax hike is coming that will make the productive class and the job creators pay their “fair share” with tax rates of 50 percent, 60 percent and 70 percent. Will this story have a happy ending? The answer to that question might be contained in the frightening example of what happened in Chile. It is what our children and college students should be learning in the classrooms—fat chance. The left runs our schools now, too.

NY Times Gushes Over Dems' 'Landmark' Voting Rights Bill
Tim Graham, CNS News
This NYT passes along the Democratic flatulence about "the rollback of voting rights" being "an existential threat to the democracy on which all other liberal causes, from gun control to health care reform, depend." Is this a "rollback of voting rights?" Or just the left's agenda? "Repressive voting bills" are supported by the majority of voters, but liberal journalists really don't care about the polls. Journalism and liberalism are linked.

An ugly turn for Biden and diversity
Byron York, Washington Examiner
Illinois Senator Tammy Duckworth announced she would not for for Biden administration nominees who are not "diverse." It is impossible to imagine the furor that would arise in the press and political world if a U.S. senator vowed to vote against every nominee of color -- voting only for nominees who were white and heterosexual -- unless the White House satisfied a specific demand. But that is what things have come to in the Democratic Party today.

White House keeps changing excuse for why Biden fell on Air Force One stairs
Joseph Curl, Washington Times
There was something not as funny beneath the hilarious surface (and look, the 78-year-old president wasn’t hurt at all in the repeated stumbles, which means we can laugh at the whole thing). Here’s what the silly little story exposed (even more): Media bias. When Mr. Trump held onto a railing while walking down a slippery ramp during a trip to West Point in the heat of the 2020 presidential campaign, the media was all over the story. With Biden?


Why Is Biden Creating His Own Crises?
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
By calling Vlad Putin a "killer," Biden seems to have aborted the kind of summitry with Moscow in which Eisenhower, Nixon, Reagan and Bush I engaged during the Cold War when the Soviet Union was a far more menacing and hostile power than Putin's Russia is today. From Biden's behavior in his first 60 days, we already seem fated to endure years more of deepening Cold War with Russia and China. To what end this Biden-Blinken in-your-face diplomacy?

The Fourth Turning: The Only Way Republicans Win in 2024
F.H. Buckley, The American Spectator
Progressive conservatism is like the key that nicely fits the slot; like the bolt that slides itself into place, its rightness is intuitively felt. Voters who love our country will happily gather under its folds, and we might even see some Never Trumpers join in. In 2016, they told us that it wouldn’t end well if we elected Donald Trump. Perhaps so, we said, but it’s so much better than what you have to offer. It turns out we were both right.

Biden’s Border Policy: Virtue Signaling for Dummies
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
It’s not just the border. All Biden admin policies can be reduced to a form of virtue signaling. Part of this stems from looking over his shoulder at AOC and Company, but a larger part may be that he has nothing better, no ideas of his own other than the most tired conventional wisdom, which is often about no more than “looking good.” Didn’t these people ever learn that by being the good guy you are often the bad guy? Weren’t they ever parents?

Amazon’s Big Taxpayer Heist
Ned Ryun, American Greatness
The crony advocates at the phony Amazon-funded advocacy group are really fighting to force taxpayer bailouts to help keep packages delivered below market rates. So naturally, this is now a priority for the Postal Service. Amazon is a crony capitalist company that uses some of its profits to push the government into continuing subsidies for its very profitable business by allowing the postal service to deliver packages subsidized by the taxpayers.

Federal Judge: ‘One-Party Control Of The Press And Media Is A Threat To A Viable Democracy’
Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist
The control of major media by one political party is a dangerous threat to the country, a federal judge warned. “The First Amendment guarantees a free press to foster a vibrant trade in ideas. But a biased press can distort the marketplace. And when the media has proven its willingness—if not eagerness—to so distort, it is a profound mistake to stand by unjustified legal rules that serve only to enhance the press’ power,” Judge Silberman concluded.

Why I refuse to take the Trump vaccine
Charles Hurt, Washington Times
What do they know that they are not telling the rest of us? They say the vaccines are safe and effective, yet we must continue to wear masks as if the vaccines are unsafe and/or ineffective. Obviously, according to them and their actions, the vaccines do not actually work as they contend. I for one will not be getting a vaccine until the political-government establishment — which has been wrong at virtually every step of the way — stop lying to us.


Follow The ‘Science,’ They Said
Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness
Leftists and Democrats have become the purveyors of superstition. Their creation of a fantasy world is not because they do not believe in science per se, but because they believe more in the primacy of ideology that should shape and warp science in the proper fashion for the greater good. As a general rule, the next time an official, a politician, or an expert lectures us on the “science,” make sure that he is not projecting his own biases onto others.

‘COVID Relief’ Bill Collides With the Constitution
David Catron, The American Spectator
The attorney general of Ohio filed suit against the Biden administration in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, alleging that the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) unconstitutionally and coercively limits the right of states to manage their internal fiscal policies: “This suit challenges an unconstitutional provision in the American Rescue Plan Act — a provision that allows the federal government to commandeer state taxing authority.”

Will America Join Rome and Germany as a Fallen Republic?
Craig Shirley, CNS News
The people of America may rise up – whether in the voting booth or in arms – to reestablish true American freedom that is indispensable and unalienable. That, I believe, will never change in our national spirit. But republics historically always fail. The German politician Otto Von Bismarck is rumored to have once said, “God looks out for fools, drunks, and the United States of America.” Is America special enough? America after all…is a republic.

Understand That Some People Love the Pandemic
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Now you can see the pandemic lovers not wanting to give it up. They talk about nothing but the vaccines, but they also want to disregard their effect and make believe the plague is still sweeping the country. They chatter about herd immunity, but they also fear reaching it because that would mean going back to their old, boring lives. It’s kind of sad, but not so sad that the rest of us are going to play this nonsense much longer. We’re done with this.

US goes wobbly under Biden
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Biden took office while suffering from two major illusions. The first was that everything Donald Trump did was a failure. Biden’s second illusion grows out of the first and holds that America and the world were clamoring for four more years of the Obama-Biden administration. His babbling disconnect underscores the doubts of whether Joe Biden is mentally and physically capable of protecting America against a China determined to expand its global footprint.

Medal winners at the first annual Hypocrisy Games
Robert Knight, Washington Times
The hypocrisy gold for “Hammer Throwing” is shared by academia, media and Hollywood. All of them are pummeling our culture to turn it from a Judeo-Christian civilization into a Marxist version of Sodom and Gomorrah. We got a snapshot last Monday of what they’re up to, with virtue-signaling rapper Cardi B’s demonic sex romp at the Grammys on CBS. Maybe we should send her over to China to represent her friend Joe, with whom she co-starred in a campaign video.


Do We Not Have Enough Enemies?
Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News
Politically, our nation is divided as deeply as it was on the eve of the Civil War. We are caught up in a culture war, at the root of which is an irreconcilable conflict over whether America is a good and great country, perhaps the greatest — or a nation of whose history and founding we ought to be eternally ashamed. If time is on America's side in our cold wars with Russia, China, North Korea and Iran, is not the wiser policy to maneuver to avoid any new hot wars?

Reagan’s ‘Three-Legged Stool’ of Conservatism, MAGA Edition
Scott McKay, The American Spectator
It’s time for a new conservative formulation built upon the successes of Trump’s four years in office. Those successes are due for dramatically increasing appreciation, given the unmitigated catastrophe that Biden and co. is becoming. Last week alone, Biden managed to alienate, and be humiliated by, both the Chinese and Russians, while at the same time subject the country to an unprecedented policy cataclysm along our southern border. That’s just for starters.

A Revolution is Brewing (and Necessary) in the Republican Party
Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times
The GOP should not become the party of the New Robespierres, chopping off every head that may have let us down in the past. We must recognize that people can change and grow. Those elected and party officials who have let us down or been passive are, in many instances, capable of change, of even doing good work for the country if they put their minds and hearts to it. We just have to make sure they do. If they don’t, we should not hesitate to replace them.

Ron DeSantis on the Pandemic Year: Don’t Trust the Elites
Ron DeSantis, Wall Street Journal
Far too often those who were most influential in our society—in public health, government and media—proved incapable of rising to the moment. Florida cut against the grain of elite opinion and bucked the media narrative. The result is open schools, comparatively low unemployment and per capita Covid mortality below the national average. We cannot simply undo the harm caused by flawed policies advocated by our elites. Never let this happen to our country again.

Our Military Suffers Yet Another Defeat… This Time to Tucker Carlson
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall
Soldiers follow the commanders. If commanders check warfighting readiness, you’ll get warfighting readiness. It starts at the top. We don’t necessarily need a GOP president who has served, just one who refuses to be dazzled by the badges and medals on the generals’ uniforms. Some public firing and savvy hiring and a new GOP CIC can set the military right fast. The troops want to be warriors, and not the social justice kind. They will follow if properly led.

Why Is Our Military Choosing New Enemies?
Victor Davis Hanson, PJ Media
Whereas all administrations used to prioritize military preparedness, leftist admins now see the military as a tool for accelerating their progressive domestic changes. The elite members of the military adjust, given that careers and promotions are either enhanced or sidetracked accordingly. As a result, many of our top brass are far more politicized than in the past, and can grow more ideologically distant from lower-ranking officers and enlisted personnel.

Biden’s Woke Military
George Neumayr, The American Spectator
What would once have been called a discriminating mind is now dismissed as a discriminatory mind. This speaks to the profound lack of seriousness in liberalism. It is not interested in sober statecraft but in the most juvenile liberationist politics. It is hard to believe now, but there was a time when conservative Democrats hesitated before using the military as a lab for social experiments. Those days are gone. For Biden, the culture war takes precedence.

Biden now gunning for 'ghost guns'
John Velleco, Washington Times
The vast number of persons purchasing non-firearm receiver blanks or manufacturing homemade firearms are law-abiding American citizens who enjoy “do-it-yourself” projects and want to take on the challenge of attempting to manufacture a firearm, as has been legal under federal law literally since the ratification of the U.S. Constitution. Leave them alone. Mr. Biden’s team should quit gunning for ghost guns. It’s yet another lie they’re telling Americans.

The Border Crisis May Be Coming to Your Kids’ School
Betsy McCaughey, The Epoch Times
The Democratic Party pays lip service to reducing economic inequality. But their open border policy is doing the opposite—fostering a permanent underclass working for low wages. Worst of all, allowing this wave of migration to continue now will cripple our public schools and further set back our kids, just when they’re struggling to get back on the learning track. Message to President Biden: close the border, protect our schools, and put our own kids first.

Cancel Public School
Dan Gelernter, American Greatness
An investor I knew said if you’re looking to invest in an ice cream shop, you don’t start by looking at the balance sheets. You start by tasting the ice cream. Well, the government officials who run our schools don’t want to taste their own ice cream. They know what it would taste like. As an investor in your child’s education, that should tell you everything you need to know.  If we took the future of the nation seriously, we would end public schools tomorrow.

Bubble Biden clearly not up for tough questions — or the job
Michael Goodwin, New York Post
Now that Trump is gone, the media are free to return to protecting their chosen president. For four years, we were assured that journalism was about saving American democracy. Now journalism is about … nothing. That might be reasonable if there were nothing to cover. But the willful blindness illustrates how most of the D.C. press corps has put aside the brass knuckles it used on Trump and taken out the pom-poms to cheerlead for another Democrat in the White House.

Team Biden Lies About Vaccines Under Trump
Tim Graham, CNS News
The Trump administration encouraged a flexible and federalist approach to coronavirus restrictions and coronavirus vaccines. Leftists would say letting states, rather than the federal government, control anything equals "no national strategy." Even today, Team Biden is relentlessly slamming Donald Trump as the scapegoat for everything that's ever gone wrong. It's nice that the "fact-checkers" can stay on this subject, even if the "objective" networks can't.


Manchin’s Mendacious Filibuster Position
David Catron, The American Spectator
No honest auditor can possibly read HR 1 and conclude that it is anything but an attempt to eviscerate our electoral system and create a one-party state with the Democrats permanently in power. Sinema may realize this. Joe Manchin, on the other hand, is a study in political dualism. He’s a gun-totin’ Mountain State patriot once he crosses the border into W.V., but his constituents would not recognize the party hack he becomes once he arrives back inside the Beltway.

Media’s Entire Georgia Narrative Is Fraudulent, Not Just The Fabricated Trump Quotes
Mollie Hemingway, The Federalist
According to the media narrative, the Georgia presidential election was as perfectly run as any election in history, and anyone who says otherwise is a liar. To push that narrative, the media steadfastly downplayed, ignored, or prejudiciously dismissed legitimate concerns with how Georgia had run its November 2020 election and complaints about it. It's their political agenda. Believing the media's characterization of lawsuits, phone calls, or anything else is unwise.

Don’t Force Workers to Join a Union
Stephen Moore, CNS News
Right-to-work states create about twice as many new jobs as forced-union states. Right-to-work states have created triple the number of manufacturing jobs as forced-union states. America hasn’t lost auto jobs. The jobs have left states such as Michigan, Ohio, and New York in favor of free states such as Texas, Tennessee, Florida, and Alabama. Workers should think: If all 50 states become forced union states, where will the jobs go next? Probably China and Mexico.

For US, Gradual Ruin Is About to Become Sudden
Roger Kimball, The Epoch Times
In just six weeks, and with 60-odd executive orders, Joe Biden has largely unraveled all Trump accompished and more. This is the reality: Biden has set us on a collision course with tyranny at home and armed conflict abroad. Expect the velocity of our declivity to increase—the gauge is set to move from “gradually” to “suddenly” now, and there will be plenty of shock and awe when it does. Is this alarmist? Maybe, but that is appropriate when the situation is alarming.

The Democrats’ filibuster hypocrisy
Byron York, Washington Examiner
There's complete and utter hypocrisy from Democrats who supported the filibuster when Donald Trump was president and Republicans controlled the Senate but now want to eliminate it when Joe Biden is president and Democrats (barely) control the Senate. It's hard to believe any group of rational adults could be so short-sighted. What is unknown now is whether Manchin and Sinema, and perhaps some other currently-silent Democratic senator, will save the party from itself.

Government must cease using intimidation when it comes to vaccines
Tammy Bruce, Washington Times
Attempting to engineer a society that forces people to reveal to strangers their medical, religious and political beliefs in order to participate in society (or be cancelled!) is a grotesque deforming of our constitutional rights, is wholly un-American, and can only be implemented in a totalitarian society. Refusing the vaccine will be demonized and condemned as dangerous. The march by governments toward dangerously fascist attitudes must be resisted and stopped. Officers:
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