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You know what propels the free speech movement forward? When the neurotic and prickly establishment social media companies continue to kick visible personalities off their platforms.  In the last few weeks alone, Twitter has either suspended or permanently banned Robert Malone, Matt Walsh, and Marjorie Taylor Greene. Of course, this is nothing new for establishment
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Democratic congressman Jamaal Bowman of New York calls Arizona Democratic senator Kyrsten Sinema a “traitor” to “our democracy” for refusing to vote to override the Senate’s 60-vote threshold for legislation: Hero: a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities. Traitor: a person who betrays a friend, country, principle, etc.
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At home and abroad, the governing ideology of the Biden administration has amounted to political desertification. One of Rome’s fiercest enemies said of the Romans in A.D. 83, “They make a desert and call it peace.” Looking back on 2021, it can be said of the Biden administration that they are also making a desert,
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“OSHA has never before imposed such a mandate. Nor has Congress. Indeed, although Congress has enacted significant legislation addressing the COVID–19 pandemic, it has declined to enact any measure similar to what OSHA has promulgated here,” the ruling reads. “The Supreme Court has spoken, confirming what we all knew: Biden’s disastrous mandates are unconstitutional,” Donald
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Fans reach out to touch the “Green Monster” scoreboard during an open house at Fenway Park in Boston, Mass., in 2012. (Brian Snyder/Reuters) In response to Re: A Conservative Move to Improve Baseball I awaken from my longtime slumber on the Corner to address one of the more pressing issues of the day. Alexandra, speaking
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Donald Trump took office in 2017 with approval ratings underwater. His RealClearPolitics average on his first full day in office was -8.1. As a result, many have speculated that pollsters weren’t properly capturing Trump’s support in their surveys. Regardless, by historical standards, Trump’s approval ratings were never good. By comparison, Joe Biden took office with
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As the world enters its third year of the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, strategies to contain the virus continue to be explored, examined, and scrutinized. In some cases, clear answers remain stubbornly elusive. New evidence out of the United Kingdom showed the research the government used to justify making masks mandatory in schools was “not conclusive.”
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With the stunning economic news out early Wednesday showing that inflation has continued to skyrocket to seven percent year over year, ABC and CBS’s evening newscasts ignored the Biden administration’s past predictions that inflation was simply “transitory” when reporting on the new numbers. Meanwhile, NBC Nightly News recalled how wrong the Biden White House has
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Gas prices at a BP station in New York City, November 24, 2021. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters) Another month, another inflation report that causes the words “highest rate since” to appear in headlines. The Biden administration definitely wants those three words in succession to stop showing up in response to the release of the consumer price index
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MSNBC’s ReidOut host Joy Reid showed in 2021 that she was unrelenting in her use of dangerous and incendiary rhetoric, so it was no surprise when, on Tuesday night, she argued critics of Dr. Fauci were “pro-Omicron armchair physicians” and unvaccinated Americans should receive lower pay and less (or no) medical care when ill compared
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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad speaks at a meeting of his cabinet in Damascus, Syria, March 30, 2021. (SANA/Handout via Reuters) Syrian and Chinese officials have finalized an agreement to admit Damascus to Beijing’s Belt and Road Initiative, the global infrastructure investment project pushed by the Chinese Communist Party, according to SANA, Syria’s state media outlet.
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President Joe Biden’s new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Chief of Staff Kristie Canegallo has a politically leftist, pro-censorship history that should raise concerns for free speech advocates. Kristie Canegallo, formerly Google’s vice president of trust and safety, is now chief of staff at the DHS. Canegallo has a history of targeting so-called “hate speech”
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Documents published by Project Veritas appear to prove Anthony Fauci to be the liar we all know he is and the dangers of the so-called “vaccines” for the Fauci Flu. The COVID World provided a good summation of the documents describing them as “stunning classified documents which give insight into the origin of COVID-19, the
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National Review is accepting applications for its summer editorial internship. Interns will receive a modest stipend, participate in every part of the editorial process, and have opportunities to write. Applicants should have an excellent academic record and some experience in student or professional journalism. If you wish to apply, please send a cover letter explaining
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This week, the incoming New York City Mayor Eric Adams — the supposed rational corrective to uber-radical outgoing Mayor Bill de Blasio — announced that he would allow legislation to proceed allowing local voting for 800,000 noncitizens. The same week, the legislature in California took up a bill that would establish single-payer health care in
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Detail of portrait of President Abraham Lincoln by George Healey, 1869 (White House Historical Association/via Wikimedia) Allen C. Guelzo is always worth reading. In addition to his work at National Review, his latest at the Public Discourse shows why. Guelzo reviews Noah Feldman’s 2021 book The Broken Constitution: Lincoln, Slavery, and the Refounding of America, which
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