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Our principles, not our technology, keep us prosperous and free

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

We live in an age when technology is worshipped. Entrepreneurs who create technologies that transform our lives become billionaires, seemingly overnight. Companies that do not adopt new technologies or adapt to their use quickly enough are put out of business. The term "disruptive innovation" has been added to the lexicon of business CEOs ...Read more

Giving thanks for a system that creates prosperity -- and leftovers

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Pope Francis has made a number of public statements decrying the waste of food around the globe. Most recently, he voiced his support for the objectives of the World Food Programme. He echoed the words of his predecessor, St. John Paul II, who called food waste "a paradox of abundance." Francis criticized a "culture of waste" that is caused, he ...Read more

Abortion advocates set themselves up as God

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

A new documentary titled "One Child Nation" is one of the most recent takes on China's one-child policy imposed between 1980 and 2016 that was supposed to lift the nation out of poverty but ended up turning a cultural preference for boys into the widespread "gendercide" of millions of baby girls.

Others have explored the horrific implications ...Read more

There IS a war on men. Fight back

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Andrea Long Chu is a writer who has thrown the world of homosexual and transgender activism into disarray with her 2018 essays in n+1 and The New York Times, and now in her new book, "Females," in which she argues that gender is not who one is but what one wants. Chu is a biological male who identifies as female and has undergone sex ...Read more

It's time to fight the real corruption

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

The Democratic Party, the press and the high-powered lawyers who protect both have been working for years to try to convince the American public that President Donald Trump is a traitor, and that his election was a scam procured by corruption and international intrigue.

That is the biggest lie told in the history of the United States. ...Read more

Remembering -- and talking about -- lynching in America

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Michele Norris is an award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project. Last week, Norris wrote a poignant opinion piece for The Washington Post in which she calls for Americans to know the history of lynching before they cavalierly throw the word around.

She's right.

Public murders by lynching in America and related private ...Read more

We don't want globalist government

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

And when I say "we," I don't just mean conservatives, or even Americans.

I mean most people around the world.

It's arguable that much of the conflict we see across the planet is attributable to the efforts of a handful of people to foist their worldview on everyone else, and the "everyone elses" starting to push back.

Hong Kong's citizens are...Read more

A moral citizenry Is not a theocracy

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

"Theocracy" is one of those words that gets thrown around a lot, and most of the people using it these days don't appear to have the foggiest idea what it means.

Merriam-Webster's online dictionary defines theocracy as "government of a state by immediate divine guidance or by officials who are regarded as divinely guided." A Google search ...Read more

What's Next After Trump?

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Last weekend, Republican political advisor Sarah Isgur Flores tweeted, "A lot of quiet conversations among conservative thought leaders today about how to prepare for a 'post Trump' Republican Party -- whether its impeachment or a loss in 2020. People thinking about how that shakes out and where they fit. This is not good for Trump."

Actually...Read more

'Compassion' has its unintended consequences

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

In 2010, Panera Bread launched a nonprofit called Panera Cares, a set of stores around the U.S. operated on a "pay-what-you-can basis." The underlying assumption was that customers of means would pay more to support customers with less -- or even no -- money. The company opened five Panera Cares stores in St. Louis; Portland; Chicago; Dearborn, ...Read more

Scaremongering isn't science

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

A little more than two years ago, I wrote a column titled "What Margarine Can Teach Us About Climate Change." Inspired by a book excerpt in National Geographic, that column summarized just one example (the U.S. government's promotion of margarine and synthetic oils over actual dairy products to reduce heart disease) of how politicizing science ...Read more

The American Left Is Completely Insane

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

It's September 2019, and here's where we are: The political left in this country is completely insane.

Elected Democrats are demonstrably incompetent. Democrats running for president warn constantly that President Trump is teetering on the verge of totalitarian fascism, all the while promising all the unconstitutional laws they will impose ...Read more

 

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