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Domestic Policy

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Article Image, Charlie Spiering

President Donald Trump released his second-term agenda on Monday, sharing it in an email to journalists; he is promising more of the same policies he pursued during his first four years as president.

Article Image, Tyler Durden

The Internet is having a bit of fun with Rand Paul's claim during a Tuesday Senate committee hearing that "We shouldn't presume that a group of experts somehow knows what's best" (here's Tommy Beer with more). After all, they're the exp

Article Image, By Christopher A. Ferrara

On Easter Sunday evening, we reached a turning point in the monumental, wholly unprecedented, nation-wrecking fiasco that is Coronagate: President Trump retweeted a post with the hashtag #FireFauci.

Article Image, Charlie Spiering

From the beginning of the Great Panic of 2020, TN has warned of its tight connection and common endgame to climate alarmism. Biden reinforces this by calling it an 'opportunity' to enact Green New Deal, and this is the heart of the matter, not sa

Article Image, By Franklin Foer

A consummate Technocrat, Bezos is 'providing the vital infrastructure of state' and quietly subsuming its power. The Atlantic outlandishly suggests that Bezos' private government is 'preferable to a public government run by Trump'. Such

Article Image, by Doug Case by Joel Bowman

Joel: Interestingly, this is the only amendment to the Constitution that directly addresses the relationship between civilians and the military, both in times of peace and war.

Article Image, By Fergus O'Sulliv

Here at we're big fans of privacy and even bigger fans of people protecting it. We've done an article on 99 free privacy tools and we've reported on the U.S. Congress allowing American ISPs to spy on their customers. In this arti

Article Image, J.D. Vance

J.D. Vance grew up in a small, poor city in the Rust Belt of southern Ohio, where he had a front-row seat to many of the social ills plaguing America: a heroin epidemic, failing schools, families torn apart by divorce and sometimes violence.