“I am vice president. In this I am nothing. But I may be everything.”
Author: Paul Gleiser
One of the virtues of NFL football is the fact that it remains a pure meritocracy – among the last in the culture.
It’s now indisputable that the president’s ability to remember important facts and to form and express a coherent thought is embarrassingly bad and rapidly getting worse.
The case against Joe Biden is the case for Donald Trump.
If not for illegal immigration, few outside Texas would know Greg Abbott’s name.
if you can manage to land a job in the Legacy Media Bubble, it’s one of the cushiest places to work in all the world.
If you’re among the dwindling number of Americans who watch the legacy network Sunday shows you saw this past Sunday a prime example of what’s wrong with “journalism” in America.
Harvard will be better off without Claudine Gay. The United States will be better off without Joe Biden. But it’s not that simple.
If a Christian is touched only once a year, the touching is still worth it, and maybe on some given Christmas, some final quiet morning, the touch will take.
What Gillette, Bud Light and Harvard have in common is their status as one-time category-leading brands. They now also have in common that wokeism has inflicted upon them damage from which they will likely never recover.
If substance were all that matters, last night’s debate would never have happened and Donald Trump would still be president.
Reaction on college campuses to the attack on Israel by Hamas has at last opened previously blind eyes to how far American higher education has fallen.