The US government has been making it clear to Silicon Valley that if they do not escalate censorship of undesirable content per DC’s instructions, there will be consequences.
Today is the Fourth of July, when Americans are fond of blowing things up on purpose during the hot, dry summer day. Australia cautions America to maybe not do that.
During a press conference after the Geneva summit with Putin, President Biden asked what the world would think of the US if it were interfering in foreign elections. Um …
Elected officials invite voters to attend “hearings” about how they should spend taxpayers’ money, but then never listen to what their constituents say.
It’s revealing how rapidly a story switches from unutterable conspiracy theory to mainstream orthodoxy, just because those who oversee Official Narratives deem it so.
Stephen Hunter looks at the series of unfortunate events that unfolded which led to the disaster of the coronavirus pandemic response in the United States.
One hundred days into the Biden administration and we’ve seen ambitious policy walk hand-in-hand with real-world cynicism. But is he closer to FDR or Napoleon?
Sean Davis examines the Second Amendment and who is rightly justified in taking up arms against a tyrannical government; supporters should reconsider their stance.
We have the freedom to create a radically unprecedented world, including changing our ideas about how money, power, and wealth function.