No one reads any more, do they? You are reading this, evidently, but are you reading reading — sitting down, light on, concentrating — or just doing what I so often do, skimming? What was the last novel I read? The first two volumes of the melancholy Norwegian. But there are four more, untouched by me. In my youth I would have burned through all the suckers in a month. A friend of mine, a journalist no less, says he doesn’t read articles anymore, only headlines. Preach, brother. My printed subscription copy of the Broadsheet of the Resistance, which flops …
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If Americans in 2021 are 'united' around anything, it's that they disfavor Joe Biden.
Biden’s party is making some unfortunate discoveries about him.
No matter how strenuously it insists that down is up and up is down, the White House can’t pretend away the spiraling crises before our eyes.
'I see the administration wants to fry our agents, he just started a war with Border Patrol,' said one agent.
Will they allow their president to declare victory?
It's been three weeks since Biden's vaccine-mandate announcement, and businesses still don't have a concrete picture for how this will roll out.
Many in the caravan say they are leaving Central America for to pursue ‘the American dream.’
The attorney general had directed federal law enforcement to probe ‘harassment’ by parents against school-board members.
Polls have the Democratic candidate tied against Republican opponent Glenn Youngkin.
Thirty years after joining the Supreme Court, Justice Thomas continues to champion the preservation of principle and liberty in American law.
Garland’s memo serves a progressive crusade to render these rights little more than a parchment promise.
He’s a gifted originalist, of course. But we shouldn’t forget the depth of his kindness.