Principles

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President Trump at the White House Conference on American History
President Donald J. Trump delivers remarks at the White House Conference on American History Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, D.C.
Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian

Defending American Values, and History

Attacking critical race theory as “ideological poison,” President Trump reminds us that our government is based on individual rights, equality under the law, and merit. Read More ›
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Christopher Rufo Vs. The CRT Goliath

My hero last week was Christopher Rufo, the young independent investigative journalist who revealed racist anti-white employee training going on at Sandia National Labs, and who made it onto Tucker Carlson’s show to talk about it. Result: a couple of days later, President Trump, acting through OMB Director Russell Vought, ordered the federal government to end training about “Critical Race Theory” and “white privilege.” Read More ›

Democracy’s Highest Crime and Misdemeanor

In his Gettysburg Address, Lincoln reminded Americans that they were uniquely privileged to have a new birth of freedom that was contingent on “government of the people, by the people, and for the people.” That was then. What about now? Every week brings new revelations and details about a cabal in the federal government whose actions border on both sedition and conspiracy. The evidence suggests that specific high level officials in the Justice Department and the FBI colluded to violate the law in unprecedented ways for the singular purpose of subverting the will of the people both before and after the 2016 election. Read More ›
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Should Libertarians Be Conservatives?

We can make the case for protecting unborn life and conjugal marriage on the basis of limited government and individual rights, without recourse to any narrowly religious assumptions. Read More ›