Lingamfelter: The Will to Deter
War is on the horizon in the Far East. China does not see us as a competitor, but rather an obstacle. That’s why we must confront and deter it. We can buy the capability. We can’t buy the “will.”
Lingamfelter: Lexington and Concord Move South
When America’s Founding Fathers conceived of our republic, they drew extensively on the experiences of the Greek and the Roman republics of old
Thoughts and musings….
Lingamfelter: Revealing the Right Path
If there is any one thing people of good conscience must do in the days ahead of us, it is this. Reveal the frauds. Doing so will also reveal the right path to take.
Nothing makes the pendulum move faster than a party that does not keep its promises or at the first challenge abandons its principles in doing things that it says it will resist.
Bolling: Thoughts on the Glenn Youngkin Campaign
2021 could give Republicans a chance to get back in the game and restore some much needed balance to Virginia’s state government
Wilson: Lessons for Virginia Republicans Learned from Ranked Choice Voting in Australian Elections
While the method is new for many Virginia Republicans, it has proven successful elsewhere
Lingamfelter: Guilty As Sin
The recent and tragic death of George Floyd, a black man, by a white police officer in Minnesota is the latest in a series of controversies concerning race and law enforcement in America.
Baldwin: Boycott Starbucks? No Thanks
I’ll admit it. I’m not quite ready to boycott every business in the world who supports a liberal agenda. That would be most of them … and I wonder exactly who I’d be punishing
Lingamfelter: The Scented Trash Bags of Government
You can spend more money for scented trash bags with those nice pull ties, or buy the ones without those frills that are the cheapest on the grocery shelf.