Victor Davis Hanson: Il pericoloso, potere decrescente del cittadino americano indipendente

Il spiraling prices of cars, gas, elettrodomestici, legname, le case, e il cibo rivisitano le miserie degli anni '70.

Anarchy defines the confine.

Un nuovo tribalismo che divide è incentrato su “teoria critica della razza.”

ACTIVIST WHO RECORDED SINEMA IN ASU BATHROOM DEFENDS ACTIONS, ACCUSES CRITICS OF BEING ‘TONE POLICE

Unelected Washington grandees in the CIA, FBI, IRS, NSA, and Pentagon—like John Brennan, James Comey, Lois Lerner, Gen. Mark Milley, and Robert Mueller—feign ignorance or mislead under oath—or even break or ignore laws without consequences.

Ancient customs and laws are under assault from the Electoral College to the century-and-a-half make-up of the Supreme Court.

The current administration looks to the United Nations, l'Organizzazione mondiale della sanità, and the Paris Climate Accord for answers to America’s problems.

What is going on?

PROGRESSIVES SAY THEY’LL PASS INFRASTRUCTURE AND RECONCILIATION; ‘WE’RE GOING TO GET IT DONE’

All of these daily melodramas are the natural dividends of the diminishing power of the independent American citizen—politically, economically, socially, and culturally. Citizens are becoming inert, as radical ideas take root that our Founders never envisioned.

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