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Abe Greenwald explains how the radical Left is somehow getting along with reactionary jihadists.

By Justin Katz | July 4, 2024 |

The explanation is worth a read in full: Maybe you’re not convinced. Perhaps you’re inclined to agree with former U.S. ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul, who tweeted in May, “Hamas has nothing in common at all with liberal or progressive values.” If you think he has a point, look more closely at those protesting in…

A purple-haired doctor with blood on her shirt

RI politicians shouldn’t be able to stroll past protecting the butchers of children.

By Justin Katz | July 3, 2024 |

Rhode Island’s governor and Democrat legislators are willing to trample the rights and bodies of children in order to protect medical butchers from facing consequences for their actions.

An old man stares at himself in the bathroom mirror

Politics This Week: Living in Dementia America

By Justin Katz | July 1, 2024 |

John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss the perilous position of the country and state.

A water drop and ripples

Pride crosswalks are the establishment of religion we should worry about.

By Justin Katz | July 1, 2024 |

Jordan Peterson has this right, but the darkness of the fact needs to be emphasized: We’ve been seeing teens charged with felonies for riding over these sections of road disrespectfully, even as Hamas supporters get away with defacing statues.  It’s obvious we’re being demanded to treat these symbols with reverence, as if they’re the state religion,…

A water drop and ripples

Look, Democrats’ view of the family is no secret.

By Justin Katz | June 28, 2024 |

I’ve been pondering Joe Biden’s stated belief that Americans have no standing to complain about illegal immigrants’ raping American women because we rape our own brothers and sisters in the home.  It’s tempting to hope he’s just a rambling old man who can no longer construct coherent thoughts (whatever that might mean for the fact…

Road to Serfdom Step 6

Democrat decision-makers may be asking themselves final questions.

By Justin Katz | June 28, 2024 |

For many, Joe Biden’s debate performance exposed a frightening reality and posed a dreadful question for the decision-makers of his party.

A teacher combs a the long hair of a bearded student in a tie

The sane conclusion is to get your kids out of Barrington schools.

By Justin Katz | June 27, 2024 |

I’ve been railing for years against the public policy inclination coming down from the state Department of Education to have schools actively lie to parents about their children’s expressed gender identity.  Social media can sometimes give the impression that the tide is turning, and it may be, but we should expect progressive strongholds in Rhode…

A blurry hellscape begins to come into focus

The progressive picture is coming into focus.

By Justin Katz | June 26, 2024 |

A theme one picks up from podcast discussions with cognitive scientists is that much of our perception — what we understand as real — is a matter of our choices about what we don’t pay attention to.  A fully capable human has five senses, all of which are constantly sending more data to the nervous…

An old sign showing the burning of the Gaspee with the slogan, Resist Tyranny, and the dates 1772 and 2024

The United States of America is on the cusp of tyranny.

By Justin Katz | June 25, 2024 |

The New York “justice” system may or may not jail Donald Trump, but the impression Democrat partisans are giving is that the entire charade of a trial was meant primarily to produce the label, “convicted felon.”  This marketing ploy, as Roger Kimball notes, may not be working: “It’s my sense that the effort to weaponize…

Special interests tug on a fraying rope in tug of war

Politics This Week: Special Interest Tug of War

By Justin Katz | June 24, 2024 |

John DePetro and Justin Katz look for the hidden dynamics of local politics.