Ignorance, Intolerance, Violence

By: Paul Driessen Recent science and climate marches demonstrated how misinformed, indoctrinated, politicized and anti-Trump these activists are – and how indifferent about condemning millions in industrialized nations and billions in developing countries to green energy poverty. Amid it all, University of Michigan history professor Juan Cole helped illustrate how the marchers became so ignorant, insensitive…

Patience Is a (Political) Virtue

By: Michael Reagan I admit I clearly was not born with the patience gene. As a kid my mother was always saying to me, “Patience, patience, patience.” Today my wife Colleen is always saying the same thing,”Mike. Patience, patience.” It’s no use. For example, when I go to a movie I hate standing in line.…

The New/Old Politics of Capital vs. Countryside

By: Michael Barone Capital vs. countryside — that’s the new political divide, visible in multiple surprise election results over the past 11 months. It cuts across old partisan lines and replaces traditional divisions — labor vs. management, north vs. south, Catholic vs. Protestant — among voters. This was apparent last June in Britain’s referendum on…

Will 2020 be Another 1972 for Democrats?

By: Victor Davis Hanson Forty-nine years ago, Vice President Hubert Humphrey was the Democratic candidate for president. The year 1968 was a tumultuous one that saw the assassinations of rival candidate Sen. Robert F. Kennedy and civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr. Lyndon Johnson’s unpopular lame-duck Democratic administration imploded due to massive protests against…

The Cowards of Academia

By: Dennis Prager   Now that student mobs at universities around America (and elsewhere in the West) have silenced conservative speaker after conservative speaker, it has dawned on a small number of left-wing professors that the public is beginning to have contempt for the universities. As a result, a handful of academics at a handful…