Luke Skywalker Just Added His ‘Force’ Behind Valerie Plame’s Trump-Dumping Twitter Campaign

“Luke….you are an idiot.” ‘Stars Wars’ actor Mark Hamill has tweeted his support for Valerie Plame Wilson’s GoFundMe campaign to buy Twitter and oust President Trump. As RealClearLife reported last week, Valerie Continue Reading →

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Why the Left Can’t Let Go of Racism

Liberals sell innocence from America’s past. If bigotry is pronounced dead, the racket is over. “Is America racist? It used to be that racism meant the actual enforcement of bigotry—the Continue Reading →

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The Progressive War Against the Dead

“Much of the country has demanded the elimination of references to, and images of, people of the past — from Christopher Columbus to Robert E. Lee — who do not Continue Reading →

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Liberals, Shipwrecked

“The passage makes plain what Lilla is up to—and up against. He wants the Democratic Party to abandon identity politics for the sake of its electoral viability. Effecting beneficial changes Continue Reading →

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The Disturbing Inevitability of Cyberattacks

The “new” battlefield continues to grow. While a systematic cataclysm is possible, targeted hacks against businesses do more harm. Source: The Disturbing Inevitability of Cyberattacks

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Our War against Memory, by Victor Davis Hanson, National Review

This is more than just about “statues.” It is how nation talks about its history, the good and the bad. “Abolition of memory is easy when the revisionists enjoy the Continue Reading →

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Obama’s Little Lies a Big Problem

It is in the little lies that President Obama tells that say an awful lot about his character. I have never found Obama to be a very trustworthy individual, which Continue Reading →

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Encouraging All to See ‘The Heroin Effect’

In the land of heroin addiction every step could be your last. However, what if the next step is away from the abyss, the metaphoric step back from the edge? Continue Reading →

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Democratic Party in Chaos

The American political landscape is a mess, in large part because one of our two major political parties is not only in chaos, but has absolutely no sense of its Continue Reading →

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The 100-day Evaluation Folly

If there is one political narrative I have always despised it is the importance far too many people place on the “first 100 Days” of our chief executives, whether it Continue Reading →

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