Todd Gregory and Erik Gregory, The Thousand-Year Progressive Reich

By Todd Gregory and Erik Gregory In the movie Jaws, the Roy Scheider character (Chief Brody) famously declares “we’re gonna need a bigger boat.”  With today’s Democrat party, they’re going to need a much bigger clown car. Democrat “thought leaders,” influencers, politicos, and voters all speak the same progressive patois — sustainability, equity, intersectionality, cultural appropriation, white fragility, and of course racism.  United in kneejerk conformity, they have all mastered the vernacular of victimhood and meaningless platitudes. Bumper sticker slogans abound, and yard signs — science is real; love is love —…

Michael Snyder, A Nation Divided Shall Surely Fall

by Michael Snyder Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.  –John Adams   It is often said that a house divided will surely fall, and the same thing can now be said for the United States as a whole.  If there is anything that this election has made clear, it is the fact that there is little hope of healing the very deep divisions that exist in our country.  Most of those on the political left…

Jonah Goldberg, Complaints that the Senate is Undemocratic ring Hollow

Jonah Goldberg In the wake of the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a lot of people are suddenly very mad that the Senate is “undemocratic.” I’m unmoved.The reason for my indifference is twofold. First, this alleged outrage fits a time-honored tradition of progressives declaring illegitimate everything that is inconvenient to their agenda. Second, this is mostly about California being a big baby. Let’s start with the first point. Like other progressives, Woodrow Wilson started out arguing that Congress should be the center of power but switched lanes once…

Daniel Greenfield, The Left’s Religious War Against America: What’s really driving leftist anger and hate

Daniel Greenfield 69% of progressives are ashamed to be Americans, but 63% are proud of their political ideology instead. The majority don’t attend religious services, but 73% list politics as their preoccupation. Religiously unaffiliated voters are the most excited about attending political rallies and marches. Numbers from one poll showed that, “religiously unaffiliated Democrats were more than twice as likely to have attended a rally within the past 12 months compared with their religious peers” and were “significantly more likely to have contacted an elected official or to have donated to a…