By Chris Talgo Historically, “drain the swamp” has referred to the emptying of swamplands to reduce mosquito populations, thereby curbing diseases such as malaria. Today, the phrase has become a popular political metaphor after being masterfully used by Donald Trump’s
By Chris Talgo Thousands of students walked out of their classrooms in schools across the United States on March 14. Under the banner of the #NeverAgain movement, the student walkout occurred on the one-month anniversary of the tragic shooting at
By Chris Talgo Since its founding, America has been blessed with a robust streak of anti-elitism. It is no accident the nation’s founding document begins with the seminal words: “We the people.” America, born in a time when nobles dominated
By Chris Talgo On February 19, Americans will “celebrate” President’s Day with a day off from school and work. Savvy shoppers will trek to the mall to take advantage of the myriad holiday sales. In recent years, President’s Day has
By Alexandra York There is anger in this land. There is violence. There is disdain for law. There is hysterical emotionalism. What do all of these conditions have in common? A cause. Without individual identity created by purposeful value selection,
By Chris Talgo In 2018, American entertainers have ascended to a position in society that would shock previous generations. In Why We’ve Let Actors Become Our Moral Guides, Jonah Goldberg provides a fascinating account of this stunning turn of events.