What we have learned – or at least what we should learn – from the pandemic is that people in high positions in government are quick to assume power and slow to relinquish it.
What’s missing from all of the demagoguery and wokeism on race is an honest dissertation on the sea change that began in in this country in the 1960s.
Delaware basement campaign rhetoric aside, Joe Biden is nowhere close to being the “moderate” that we were promised.
President Biden’s remarks following the verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin were an absolute disgrace – an insult to people of goodwill regardless of race or skin color.
The Democrats have a narrow window of opportunity and they know it.
The problem with affirmative action programs is that the numerical goals eventually crowd out what should be the actual goal.
At one time Democrats weren’t entirely wrong about everything and they certainly weren’t insane as most of them are now.
As we said in this space after the 2020 election, Trumpism is here to stay no matter what happens to Trump.
Ron DeSantis of Florida came closer to getting COVID policy right than any governor in the country.
I fear that 2020 marked a point of inflection for American citizens with respect to their fundamental beliefs about the tradeoffs between safety and liberty.