Five years after Dick Cheney’s minor hunting accident, the Washington Post runs a 3,000-word exposé on the guy who got a piece of birdshot lodged in his throat. Among its revelations: There’s no definitive proof that nobody involved was under the influence of alcohol, and the victim declines to talk about whether Cheney has apologized (which the reporter telepathically glosses as “he’s still waiting for Dick Cheney to say he’s sorry”).
Notre Dame's new renovation plans symbolize Leftist cultural vandalism.
Reading the tea leaves, it appears the special counsel’s end game is something other than a sweeping indictment.
The public-health community and media elites are starting to pivot to forever masking.
The district’s superintendent defended the racially exclusive event in an email to NR.
Vaccination prevents severe reactions, not infections.
People should live not as if they are one variant or booster away from the end, but as if COVID-19 is here forever.
Catholic University Student Government Votes to Remove Painting Depicting George Floyd as Jesus Christ
Discontented students spearheaded multiple petitions, garnering nearly 20,000 signatures in total, to have the painting taken down.
To suggest that religion alone provides the source for addressing life’s beginnings is false.
What concentration camps? The International Olympic Committee turns a blind eye to China’s documented human-rights abuses.
We persist in defending good poetry, the Enlightenment, and the American Experiment, with composure and gratitude.
Despite the ugly debate that followed Court arguments, the anguish of making an adoption plan for a newborn cannot justify snuffing out its life instead.
U.S. strategists are caught between denial and defeatism — but there’s a better way forward.