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Political Editors / Apr. 22, 2021

In Brief: Earth Day Dogma and Indoctrination

Ecofascists have made this day not about conservation but about leftist policy wishlists.

Political Editors / Apr. 21, 2021

In Brief: How to Solve DC Statehood

Jonathan Turley, law professor at George Washington University, says “retrocession” is the answer.

Political Editors / Apr. 21, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 19, 2021

In Brief: The Crisis of American Civilization

External threats “fade away when compared with the domestic threats” to our way of life.

Political Editors / Apr. 19, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 17, 2021

In Brief: Systemic Racism Is a Conspiracy Theory Cult

It’s a conspiracy theory that explains everything in the world as racism.

Political Editors / Apr. 16, 2021

In Brief: Beware Biden’s Ghost-Gun Protocol

“Anyone who wishes to avoid the imposition of yet another federal fence around their rights should be watching.”

Political Editors / Apr. 16, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 15, 2021

In Brief: Why Politicians, Pundits, and ‘Experts’ Don’t Want COVID to End

We’re in a “perpetual pandemic,” says The Spectator’s Stephen Miller.

Political Editors / Apr. 14, 2021

In Brief: Why I’ve Stopped Watching Sports

“When sports leagues began telling me who I had to be, I stopped watching.”

Political Editors / Apr. 14, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 13, 2021

In Brief: Some Lives Matter?

BLM “is a purely ideological organization and movement.”

Political Editors / Apr. 12, 2021

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Political Editors / Apr. 9, 2021

In Brief: Why Not Fewer Voters?

Kevin Williamson ponders the unthinkable: Is having more voters necessarily good?

Political Editors / Apr. 9, 2021

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