Is “X,” the media company formerly known as “Twitter,” still experiencing deep state interference and silencing of conservatives? The evidence suggests that it is.
The sacrifices Americans make today do not serve any greater good, such as winning a war, preserving our way of life, or giving their children a chance at a better future. Instead, our government is making us sacrifice to meet the needs of foreign nationals here illegally.
Don’t blame the 40-hour work week or youthful laziness for the increasing frustrations young people are voicing about their lives and their jobs. Blame today’s woke workplace and a culture that pushes phony self-actualization over fulfillment.
None of what Putin said is new to those who have closely followed the sad saga of post-Soviet Ukraine, but the tens, perhaps hundreds, of millions of people who will watch this interview because of the identity of the interviewer, are unlikely ever again to accept uncritically the standard narrative spewed out by Western regimes and their media lapdogs.
O’Connor understood the complicated relationship between tragedy and joy was related to the inevitable confrontation of good and evil. Freedom is embracing the metaphysical surrender to the knowledge that we are not the beginning or even the end of things.
In their desire to overcomplicate the world and, perhaps, elevate their own value in it, researchers delight in telling us that common sense is not very common. Perhaps that would mean something if those same researchers had the common sense to understand what common sense actually is. But they don’t.
The anti-borders left will never truly abandon its plan to bring America to its knees through unsustainable levels of illegal immigration. It will only change its spots temporarily, repackaging itself as the solution to the problem it created.