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Mission Creep
DHS and election officials should not control the narrative or free speech

Robert W. Malone, M.D., M.S. | February 17, 2022

Three Cheers for Emmanuel Macron
Ivan Eland | February 17, 2022

A Biden Reader
The Delaware Democrat challenges reporters to “go back and read what I said.” Challenge accepted.

K. Lloyd Billingsley | February 15, 2022

Joe Biden, Alchemist?
He is a delusional medievalist who does his best to turn golden policies into dross.

Victor Davis Hanson | February 14, 2022

Time to End the Covid Emergency
Between Omicron’s rise, layered immunity, and therapies, it’s safe to treat the virus like the flu.

Harvey A. Risch, M.D. | February 14, 2022

Why Ideology Is the Ancient Enemy of Civilization
In such ideological dystopias, eventually even the shelves empty, the currency becomes worthless, and the nation regresses into poverty and chaos. Is that the future we await?

Victor Davis Hanson | February 14, 2022

True North Rises
K. Lloyd Billingsley | February 10, 2022

The Inspiring Truth about T.R.M. Howard: An Unexpected Black History Month Lesson
David T. Beito, Linda Royster Beito | February 10, 2022

Jordan Peterson Knows Psychology, Including ‘Global Warming’ Groupthink
David R. Legates | February 9, 2022

Is The New York Times Racist?
John C. Goodman | February 9, 2022

The Drugfather
Like Sollozzo in “The Godfather,” Anthony Fauci’s business is drugs. The NIAID boss bags royalties from drug manufacturers but doesn’t tell the patients who participate in his risky drug trials.

K. Lloyd Billingsley | February 8, 2022

Our Elite is No Elite at All
The only real recent public service of elites has been to persuade us why they were never elites at all.

Victor Davis Hanson | February 7, 2022

Regarding the Defense Medical Epidemiological Database Data Dump
Database Artifact, Smoking Gun, or Something in Between?

Robert W. Malone, M.D., M.S. | February 7, 2022

President Biden’s Ham-Handed Misuse of Antitrust Law
William F. Shughart II | February 4, 2022

Republican Priority: Make Trump Tax Cuts Permanent
House candidates should pledge not to let the 2017 rate reductions expire.

Stephen J. Moore, Lawrence A. Kudlow | February 4, 2022

Is It Time for Intellectuals to Talk about God?
It’s a New Dark Age. Evil abounds. Is a postmodern embarrassment about discussing spiritual matters, keeping us stupid and putting us in danger?

Naomi R. Wolf | February 3, 2022

From 1984 to 2022
K. Lloyd Billingsley | February 1, 2022

California Refuses to Learn From Vermont’s Single-Payer Failure
Sacramento’s plan would be even more economically devastating than the one deemed impossible in 2014.

Christopher Jacobs | January 31, 2022

Joe Biden and the Uses of Nihilism
Victor Davis Hanson | January 31, 2022

Australia Makes Novak Djokovic the Poster Boy of COVID-19 Politics
Alvaro Vargas Llosa | January 31, 2022

New Covid Variant—Same Government Blunders
Raymond J. March | January 29, 2022

How Government Abuses the Elderly
John C. Goodman | January 29, 2022

What Republicans Should Say They’re for
John C. Goodman | January 29, 2022

Who’s Afraid of Naomi Wolf?
The answer to that question is progressives, politicians, the media, and feminist luminaries . . . and for all the right reasons.

K. Lloyd Billingsley | January 27, 2022

The High Cost of Disparaging Natural Immunity to Covid
Vaccines were wasted on those who didn’t need them, and people who posed no risk lost jobs.

Marty A. Makary, M.D., M.P.H. | January 27, 2022

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