With a recruiting slogan like “Be All You Can Be,” it’s no wonder the Army is enduring a “Tik Tok Mutiny.” When the military—a force built for the ruthless and concentrated application of mass violence—promises self-actualization to Generation Z, why should the country be surprised when those recruits revolt over a military lifestyle of sacrifice and service?
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The continuing effort to discredit the Supreme Court justice is growing ever more desperate. There is an old lawyer’s joke: “If the facts are against you, argue the law. If the law is against you, argue the facts. If the law and the facts are against you, pound the table and yell like hell.”
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a monumental case on a federal obstruction law that could potentially “undo” hundreds of January 6 cases and directly impact Special Council Jack Smith’s case against former President Donald Trump.
In November, the Florida Board of Governors voted to remove the “Principles of Sociology” from the state’s list of approved general-education courses for public-college students. Sociology professors across the state and in the American Sociological Association (ASA) have argued that the decision will prevent Florida students from learning about social structures and their effects on human behavior...
The war in Ukraine and Israel's response to the October 7 terrorist attack signal a worldwide turn away from U.S. leadership. While direct involvement in either conflict seems unlikely, U.S. troop deployments to the Middle East continue, and two U.S. carrier strike groups have formed...
Thomas Klingenstein, Chairman of the Claremont Institute, joins Charlie for one of the most riveting and important conversations we've had on the show in recent memory where he and Charlie unpack the heavy question: Are we in a war?
In this episode of "Occasional Dialogues," Kurt Hofer interviews Glenn Ellmers. They discuss Ellmers' new book, populism, political philosophy, and the need for a muscular Christianity instead of "liberalism with hymnals."
Having read the Guardian of London’s recent sensationalized story about political theorists associated with the Claremont Institute in California, I had to wonder on what planet reporter Jason Wilson is living...
An interview with Theo Wold, the former Solicitor General of Idaho, who gives personal account of the origins of the administrative state and the failure of the conservative movement to combat its growth. With key insights derived from his experience working in the Trump Administration...
In addition to its direct support of Palestinian groups, BLM works closely with numerous domestic, left-wing, pro-Palestinian organizations.