The watchwords of the revolution of 2020 might well be, “With malice toward all, and charity for miscreants.”
Insufficient attention has been directed to the external forces that contribute to the dissolution of the West.
The lesson of this pandemic is prudence; we have not been prudent.
The echoes of Plessy v. Ferguson have distorted our jurisprudence.
Unless Iran is stripped of its nuclear potential in the near future we will be facing a new and perilous front.
Our fate depends upon our understanding and use of language.
Race-blind admissions is an obvious racist tactic.
It takes more than an election to make a president.
We are in the midst of our own cultural revolution.
One year later.
Some political and ethical issues do not present opportunities for nuance and compromise.
The foundations of our liberty are washing away.