By: Mike McDaniel Why did Hillary Clinton lose? Why, as she angrily screamed, wasn’t she winning by 50 points? Some have suggested it was because people saw her as far more concerned about men using women’s bathrooms than about jobs. Perhaps it was her–and the self-imagined elites that supported her–public and private stances on every issue. Publically, we were going to be stronger together, and Hillary was the champion of the middle class. Privately, as Wikileaks and other e-mail revelations proved, Clinton and her minions had nothing but haughty and unjustified disdain for the little people that work for a living. Perhaps it was all of Clinton’s lies, lies delivered so often, easily and badly, and so easily proved to be lies. Or perhaps, ultimately, Americans decided they wanted the opposite of whatever Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Democrats, and the media (I know; I repeat myself) said or did, and whatever the opposite choice was, it couldn’t possibly be as bad.
I like free speech. I like to use good ideas to challenge bad ideas. I think the whole point of political correctness is to erase our ability even to entertain thoughts about freedom, justice, and our inherent (not government-given, but inherent) rights as set forth in the Bill of Rights. [Read More]
In the past couple of weeks, two superb essays came out castigating conservatives who are going to do anything but vote for Donald Trump, whether that means voting for Hillary, Johnson (a closet Democrat who’s been Hillary’s echo chamber), or what’s his name the Mormon. For me, the bottom line [Read More]
Hillary Clinton sided with Iran’s protesters on Twitter Saturday but where the hell was she (and Barack Obama) during the Green Revolution several years ago? The Iranian people, especially the young, are protesting for the freedom and future they deserve. I hope their government responds peacefully and supports their hopes. [Read More]