Opinion

LeBron James Needs To Man Up

During the height of the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial, LeBron James encouraged his 100 million followers on social media to mock the teenage defendant’s emotional outburst as he recalled the savage mob chasing him down to kill him on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin. James’ ridicule of a young man…
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The New Blue Confederacy

The New Blue Confederacy

Why are progressive regions of the country—especially in the old major liberal cities (e.g., Chicago, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle)—institutionalizing de facto racial quotas through “proportional representation” based on “disparate impact”? Why are they promoting ethnic and racial chauvinism, such as allowing college students to select…
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Creation in a Time of Destruction

We live in chaotic times, wherein the forces of creation and destruction are warring. This internecine conflict within the human family is neither novel nor final, but perpetually prone to eruption throughout the course of history. Even within periods of relative calm and creation, such as the Enlightenment, the forces…
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Sex, Lies, and the FBI

History’s dark sense of humor has now linked the fate of American Muslims, environmental activists, and MAGA protestors who allege the FBI is abusing them to gin up prosecutions. At the heart of the Supreme Court case Federal Bureau of Investigation v. Fazaga is the FBI’s effort to maintain a…
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Et Tu, Big Bird?

They are coming for the 5-to-11-year-olds. That should be the realization of any critical thinker—with the FDA expanding its Emergency Use Authorization approval of the Pfizer “BioNTech” vaccine for children ages 5-to-11 and the launch of a propaganda campaign clearly aimed at those children—as well as the parents of that…
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Vaccine Mandates and the Decline of Self-Government

In all of the controversy over the Biden Administration’s regulatory vaccine mandates, the country has almost entirely overlooked a rather obvious alternative: legislation. This oversight is strange in a democracy such as ours. Reflecting on this oversight can teach us something about the health of that democracy.  Thus far, the…
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Dr. Fauci Warned About Coronaviruses in 2003—But Didn’t Act On It

Few would argue the United States, or any country for that matter, was prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic, even though, starting in 2003, the United States devoted $5.6 billion to fund Project Bioshield, running through 2013, and another $2.8 billion of funding through 2018. Project Bioshield was designed to prepare…
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Don’t Cede the Streets to Violent Communists

An annoying number of commentators on the political Right are insisting that Kyle Rittenhouse shouldn’t have been out in the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin on the night of August 25, 2020.  Take the perennially wrong Quin Hillyer over at the Washington Examiner, for example.  “Rittenhouse is at clear moral fault…
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Build your own laptop screen with recycled parts

Build your own laptop screen with recycled parts

Fun, as you might imagine, was not how I would describe this adventure. Awesome? Yes. Fun? No. N.O. No way. But would I do it again? If I could rewind to that moment when the alarm went off at 4:30 a.m. to throw on clothes, grab our packs and trek…
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The science behind why no two snowflakes are alike

The science behind why no two snowflakes are alike

Fun, as you might imagine, was not how I would describe this adventure. Awesome? Yes. Fun? No. N.O. No way. But would I do it again? If I could rewind to that moment when the alarm went off at 4:30 a.m. to throw on clothes, grab our packs and trek…
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