Foul gas aplenty in lousy Gaslit, and Thomas Friedman’s blessing of Joe Biden.
As a conservative (but not a Republican), I think there should be some sort of public option, just like in every other highly developed country.
But Democrats say that the GOP's "mainstreaming" it.
Don’t get bonked on the head by democracy’s last gasp, if you’re a believer.
Next year, Ottawa will allow assisted suicide for the mentally ill.
Libertarianism doesn’t settle the abortion question but better frames it.
When liberals go Nazi, and the morality of abortion.
Nina Jankowicz, the new DGB chief, is a progressive, anti-free speech activist.
Is another religion switch in the works for the Rodster?
The media should be hounding the Joe Biden every day about the lack of common consumer goods in American stores right now.
Is Dr. Jill guilty of spousal abuse?
And he doesn't play one on TV.
By politicizing every facet of life, we enter a permanent state of war with each other.
I’d swear I remember other factions existing on the right.
The U.S. Senate map is favorable, but much can change quickly in politics.
To terminate late-term politics, stop listening to David Gergen.
The purpose of the Constitution is to limit the power of government to interfere with our rights.
Telling the truth online could stop World War III.
A new Nazi tactic and a good move from the Orthodox church.
Members of a party aren’t a monolith.
Pandering to affluent, guilt-ridden white women.
A candid moment from the 2014 Texas Book Festival.
An hour long program about David Durk and his work with colleague Frank Serpico.
Mike Wallace's famous interview with "Dr. Death" from November 22, 1998.
The former Secretary of Defense under Donald Trump on why he considered the President "a threat to the country."
Know the real enemy.
An interview with the future First Lady less than a week before the 1992 presidential election.
Liz and Brace speak to the Filipino anti-martial law activist, journalist, and playwright about his radicalization, Martial Law under the Marcos dictatorship, and the hollowing out of Filipino historical memory.
Brian Becker explains the real reasons the U.S. Government is doing what it's doing, and not doing what it could do.
The interview where the late Albright says "the price was worth it," referring to sanctions against Iraq that killed half a million children.