by | Oct 26, 2019

Rapper Kanye West’s much-anticipated latest album Jesus Is King dropped yesterday to the howls of critics and, as is to be expected of a medium designed to give electronic voice to the reactionary, social media. But why? Kanye West has…

by | Oct 17, 2018

They whine without end. At times one wonders whether the Democrats are a political party, a stomping grounds for urging people to stomp on opponents’ grounds, or a whinery. And when they whine, they never stop, no matter how often…

by | Oct 12, 2018

When Hillary Clinton and Eric Holder occupied positions of power in the federal government, they would often lecture conservatives on the virtues of civility and dialogue. To counter Rush Limbaugh and the power of talk radio in the 1990s, rattled…

by | Oct 12, 2018

Senator Susan Collins of Maine. Rapper Kanye West. Two more different individuals would be hard to imagine. But they have something very important in common. Both are the targets of Liberal Privilege. Of which more in a moment. Five years…

by | Aug 28, 2018

Over the weekend, a young writer who has written for National Review and in this particular case, the Spectator, UK (not to be confused with our publication The American Spectator), wrote a take-down of another young woman new to the conservative…

by | Jul 5, 2018

My first inkling that Donald Trump might actually become President came about mid-evening on election night, 2016, when I switched to MSNBC to look at that infallible barometer of Republican success at the ballot box, the expressions of the “journalists”…

by | May 8, 2018

Kanye West was right. For some people, slavery — not to mention segregation and support for lynching and the Ku Klux Klan — was a choice. And the Democratic Party website — right this minute — has a not-so-clever bold…

o
Sign Up to receive Our Latest Updates! Register