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Michael Barone

Opinion: Sorry, Progressives, But America Isn’t Intersectional – Michael Barone

America isn’t intersectional. That’s something the left-wingers who call themselves progressives have been learning, painfully, over the past 18 months. You may well ask, what is intersectionality? It’s a label that hasn’t caught on with the general public that stands for a set of ideas, concocted by people convinced they know how to eliminate injustice.

Opinion

Opinion: Progressives Don’t Stand for Progress – American Renaissance

Photo Credit: Ted McGrath via Flickr CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 [Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] We should not accept the idea that we are conservative. We promote progress. We

Buz Blog

Opinion: Reimagining Vocabulary – Buz Williams

He who controls the language controls the masses”. –Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals One can’t help noticing the vocabulary on the left. In the above quote, Constitutionalists will note that, like all communists/socialists, Alinsky refers to “the masses” rather than individuals. It is a whole lot easier to steal freedom from the masses when you

Buz Blog

Opinion: Misplaced Loyalties – Buz Williams

Remember when the Democrat Party was considered the party of the “working man”? The middle class was growing and it seemed to the majority of Americans that Democrats cared more about them than Republicans. Republicans were viewed to be the party of the rich, the industrialists, and the bosses. Like everything else, politics has evolved.

National

Biden risks progressives, blacks with pivot to the center

President Joe Biden is signaling an election-year shift to the center, embracing a strategy he hopes will protect fragile Democratic majorities in Congress. But he’s risking a revolt from key voices across his party’s sprawling coalition. In his first State of the Union address Tuesday night, the Democratic president embraced Republican calls to strengthen the

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Are Democrats Kicking Away Their Future? – Pat Buchanan

Not so long ago, Democrats seemed the party of the future. “Inevitable!” predicted some pundits, for demography is destiny. Moreover, in 2020, Democrats, who had won the popular vote six times in seven presidential elections, swept the popular vote again, by 6 million ballots. And they captured both houses of Congress. The future did seem

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