Right Analysis / Michael Swartz
Michael Swartz / Sep. 11, 2020

Democrats: Elect Us, or Else

“War-gamers” are already preparing to resist the outcome of a Trump electoral victory.

Michael Swartz / Sep. 4, 2020

The Real Root Cause of BLM Violence

In the post-Civil Rights era, it’s hard to imagine a time when real racism was rampant.

Michael Swartz / Aug. 28, 2020

The Problem With White Parents?

When kids are pulled from failing schools, leftists blame the parents of white students.

Michael Swartz / Aug. 21, 2020

Public School Libraries Commit to ‘Anti-Racism’

Not content with awakening the woke, the race industry is now targeting the young.

Michael Swartz / Aug. 14, 2020

A Win for Due Process — and College Students

Having survived legal challenges, Trump’s DOE can fix an awful Obama-Biden rule.

Michael Swartz / Jul. 31, 2020

A One-Two Punch of Woke Reading

Ibram X. Kendi’s book, How to Be an Antiracist, is the latest in a line of racialist screeds.

Michael Swartz / Jul. 24, 2020

Beware of Biden’s Budget Blowout

The immediate and long-term fiscal damage of a Biden presidency is hard to fathom.

Michael Swartz / Jul. 17, 2020

Federalism Under Fire

Certain states are all about their own autonomy — unless they have to pay for it.

Michael Swartz / Jul. 10, 2020

Are We ‘Fragile’ or Just Colorblind?

A bestselling book on race is deeply and dubiously flawed.

Michael Swartz / Jun. 26, 2020

An Immigration Tug-of-War

An executive order and a Supreme Court ruling highlight Congress’s inaction.

Michael Swartz / Jun. 19, 2020

The Brand X Society

Corporations are racing to remove minorities from their packaging and branding.

Michael Swartz / Jun. 12, 2020

Kristi Noem: Standing Alone for Her People

South Dakota’s governor resisted calls from the New York-based media to shut down.

Michael Swartz / Jun. 5, 2020

The Hoax — and Its Aftermath

It’s instructive to revisit the Democrats’ Russia-collusion narrative from 75,000 feet.

Michael Swartz / May 29, 2020

China Steps Up Its Bullying of Hong Kong

Yet more aggression after months of increased exercise of ChiCom control.

Michael Swartz / May 22, 2020

Students Exploring the ‘Gap Year’

Many are graduating high school and not planning to attend college just yet.

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