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Kaufman: All I want for Christmas is to stay tough on...

I recently read Joe Biden’s Iran policy with amusement. After the millennial who wrote it wasted nearly half the column criticizing President Donald Trump, he or she...

R.W. Reviews: ‘Rules for Radicals’

Saul Alinsky’s 1971 political commentary book “Rules for Radicals: A Pragmatic Primer for Realistic Radicals” is framed as a practical guidebook for far-left progressives...

Government of, by, and for the corporations?

Somewhere along the line, many denizens of Washington, D.C. completely lost sight of the fact that our republic was intended to be government of,...

Commentary: The slow boat to China accelerates

In early November, Archbishop Jose Gomez, the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, congratulated Joe Biden as “the second United States...

Falling Apart: The unforeseen consequences of COVID

This year has brought us a brutal lesson in the truth of the phrase “Ideas Have Consequences,” popularized by political philosopher Richard Weaver in...

R.W. Reviews: ‘United States of Socialism’

“The socialism proposed in this country is based on promising free stuff and getting someone else to pay, thus fostering social irresponsibility and dependency...

R.W. Reviews: ‘How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps’

“Unionism suggests that despite our differences, we are, at root, Americans. Disintegrationism suggests that despite our American passports, we are, at root, different” (Shapiro)....

Commentary: John Ioannidis was right about COVID-19 being a ‘once-in-a-century’ data...

On Thursday, a Florida health official told a local news station that a young man who was listed as a COVID-19 victim had no...

Commentary: Macalester, through the looking glass

This new religion lacks one thing: It has no God.  Puritan theology divided human beings being into two groups: Saved and Damned, saints and sinners,...

Gutknecht: Billionaires buying Minnesota prosecutors?

Imagine a state’s attorney general accepting staff who were paid by a foundation that was funded by an out of state billionaire who had...