American writer and journalist.
The citizens of Australia’s second most populous city are suffering under the harshest lockdown conditions of all Western democracies.
Trump must be extra cautious to avoid any potential Maidan scenarios that the left is certainly hoping to use in an election year of unprecedented consequence.
Two well-known corporate brands made a giant leap of faith, jumping into shark-infested waters to swim against the powerful current of cancel culture. Surprisingly, it appears they are being rewarded for their bravado.
The Democratic strategy for getting Joe Biden into the White House without ever emerging from his basement bunker is a stroke of evil genius.
At a time when the police in the United States seem either incapable or unwilling of maintaining law and order, at what point is it legal for law-abiding citizens to brandish a firearm as a preemptive measure against possible violence?
The approach of the American university shuns debate and crucifies dissenters in order to turn America into an authoritarian socialist state, Robert Bridge writes.
Mapping technology is possibly the most revolutionary invention to come along since the Model T, yet you’ll never see or hear the invisible innovation sputtering down the street.
In the event that a person does find the courage to utter unpleasant truths that upset the liberal mindset, the reaction comes fast and furious
We have reached a most remarkable moment in the history of the United States when a group of individuals are so obsessed with power that they would destroy the very country they hope to govern to achieve that end.
This sort of corporate control, which borders on pure fascism, has no place in a democracy, Robert Bridge writes.