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Politics

Why shouldn’t conservatives ‘build their own Twitter’?

The left built our chains; it’s all fun and games until someone else builds their own.

By Bill Zeiser

Television

Yellowstone appeals to a nation of soft hands

The show reminds us of a time when men knew how to do more

By Bill Zeiser

Politics

What is national conservatism?

Seven hundred attendees gathered in Orlando to hash it out

By Bill Zeiser

Politics

The MAGA infiltrator is sad, not brave

Amanda Moore went undercover among Trump supporters but exposed only herself

By Bill Zeiser

Policy

Why do parents support the mask regime?

Many of them are skeptical yet demand that kids mask up anyway

By Bill Zeiser

Politics

The laziness of blue-state separatists

Those who think America would be better off without its conservative parts don’t know their own country

By Bill Zeiser

Science & Tech

Could self-driving cars threaten our humanity?

We shouldn’t always trade risk for safety

By Bill Zeiser

Science & Tech

I refuse to get used to COVID

Our elites brought about not a Great Reset but a Great Restriction, and we should never accept it

By Bill Zeiser

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