Archive for American Thinker
An unlikely, yet perfect in some ways, metaphor from an iconic film.
Some Progressives are not just apoplectic about the recent presidential election, but actually epileptic.
When it comes to cultures, leftists live in a multicultural dreamland and utterly refuse to be awakened.
The modern German mentality is in many ways a mutation or an update of the same mentality that has guided Germany since the eighteenth century.
Despite their promise for a more peaceful world, the United Nations and every multilateral group have been a disappointment if not a failure. President Trump is the antidote.
Much of the effort to change America through preferential immigration has its manifestation in President Obama.
There is no "art of the deal" when fanatical leftists refuse to negotiate. It is time for a change in strategy.
Some congressmen seem to need to be reminded that advertising is indeed speech.
Busted by a fellow lefty media bigfoot!
Leftist iconoclasts clamor against Confederate monuments to fight "white supremacy," but their proposed solution is just as bad as the imagined problem they claim to want to eradicate.
The closer we get to equality, the more miserable we all are.
Too many conservative Christians are ignoring the dangers posed by Islamic terrorism and the subversive effort to advance the conquest ideology of sharia law.
The Senate health care bill simply digs the hole deeper.
In promoting the "open society," George Soros's deeds undercut his words.
If the Trump administration believes that the goal is "peace between the Israelis and the Palestinians," it is in for disappointment.
Some may wonder why so much reporting on cable news ratings. It's because their rankings are increasingly important to the future of high-information citizens and voters.
Let's divide the population into three groups. Chances are, you're in the only group that pays.
Thinking about the Trump record as the Georgia 6th District victory is savored – and contrasting it with the arguments of Trump's opponents.
Show Robert Mueller the man, and he will find a crime.
If you work for an organization large and unfortunate enough to have a dedicated "H.R." division, consider sending your résumé elsewhere.
A warning to the GOP to get cracking.
No, modernity does not take away the robustness of our privacy rights. The Second Circuit gets it right.
While blocking President Trump's temporary travel ban on some foreigners entering the U.S., lower courts use some sneaky tricks that could create open borders.
Missouri educators double down on stupid.
How Thomas Jefferson became acquainted with Muslim hospitality and repaid it with force.
James Hodgkinson, a good union man.
The four-decade politicization of sex-related mental disorders is finally reaching its completion, with dire implications for sanity in general.
Too many liberal Christians worship a Jesus Christ who happens to look, act, and think just as they do.
This most magnificent deal needs not to be made, but to be kept.
Robert Mueller III is a much admired man – by the same people who once commanded us to admire James Comey. Someone wants a scalp.
The conservatives' big disappointment in Britain should serve as a wake-up call to political correctness-obsessed pols in the United States.
Why is America paying so much to comply with federal taxes?
Trump Derangement Syndrome is real, it's deadly serious, and it appears to be metastasizing.
The poet William Wordsworth offers a profound lesson in the difference between liberals and conservatives.
The Su-22 incident may confirm that.
If Bleeding Kansas plays out in the fifty states, how does it resolve?
The Founders wrote the Fifth as a protection against self-incrimination because they understood the nature of corrupt power.
Much like Islamic jihad, the progressive jihad in America will continue and grow, fanned by the flames of the media and Democrats calling Trump an illegitimate president.
Out of P.C. deference to illegals, New Mexico has trashed its entire motor vehicle system.
Not a bad play from Comey's point of view. The will of the people in electing this president may wind up being thwarted, but that apparently is of little import.