By Gerard Baker -… But the scales of virtue must balance, and it isn’t simply a case of administrative incompetence but an act of abject moral failure by a government to fail to secure its borders….There is no higher obligation for a sovereign power to its own people. The reckless toleration of the entry of …millions, of illegal immigrants threatens a nation’s security, undermines its cohesion, interferes with its orderly economic and social functions. It … actively undermines respect for the rule of law….Read More Read More
Education, Culture, Ideology
- Education, Culture, Ideology
- Social Policy, Transfers and Entitlements
- Politics, Political Parties, Election Regulations
- National Defense and Foreign Policy
- Fiscal Policy
- Monetary Policy
- Federal Agencies and Administrative Law
- Federalism, Federal/State Relationships
- Energy and Environmental Policy
Her personal virtues are an antidote to our era’s self-promotion and social-virtue signaling.
Within the hour of her death, Queen Elizabeth II was praised by commentators from left to right for representing so many traditional values. Reserve, self-containment, duty, responsibility, modesty of demeanor, graciousness, civility, prudence, fortitude. Read More
By Lance Morrow – Mr. Trump and his followers…are essentially antifascists: They want the state … to impose the least possible interference and allow market forces and entrepreneurial energies to work. Freedom isn’t fascism. Mr. Biden and his vast tribe are essentially enemies of freedom…. They desire maximum—that is, total—state or party control of all aspects of American life, including what people say and think. …The left yearns for power and authoritarian order. It is Faust’s bargain; freedom is forfeit…. Read More
By John Sailer – NAS – We find in these plans nothing short of a blueprint for an institutional overhaul—the anatomy of a diversity, equity, and inclusion takeover. Such a takeover will have obvious implications for education at the University of Tennessee. True education will erode. Indoctrination will flourish. These plans, moreover, reveal in extensive detail what an exhaustive diversity, equity, and inclusion program looks like. Thus, our report provides a case study in the rolling revolution under way in academia. Read More
By Dan Morenoff – BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street effectively control each other—and their market competitors. The Clayton Act was made for situations like this. Three of the largest investment shops in the U.S.—BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street—have long used their dominance in passive-investment funds to force corporations to comply with their preferred set of environmental, social and governance policies.