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A short and (very) incomplete list of lessons learned

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

The last few weeks have provided plenty of support for the political positions traditionally espoused by conservatives. Some of the evidence is so painfully obvious it's hard to believe there could be any dispute about it. And yet, disputes there are. In fact, the divisions in this country seem deeper than ever. As we approach the November ...Read more

Traditional Democrats stand back and let the radicals drive the bus

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Cancel culture is exploding across the country, with predictably disastrous effects. First, the statues of the Confederacy started coming down. Even among those who declared this to be justified and overdue, voices warned that it wouldn't stop there if "removal by riot" were to become the modus operandi.

In fact, it did not stop there. In the ...Read more

Why have Congress?

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

This past week, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down its decision in Bostock v. Clayton County. Hailed as a landmark decision for LGBT Americans, the 6-3 opinion written by Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch concludes that the use of the word "sex" in Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act protects gay and transgender people from workplace ...Read more

No One Is listening to the American people -- still

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

I am watching the various classes of America's "elites" -- politicians, commentators, academics, activists, Hollywood big mouths and corporate CEOs -- drive this country deeper into conflict for the sake of their own personal aggrandizement and profit, and it is disgusting.

If you're on Twitter, Facebook or anywhere else (even during a pandemic...Read more

Collective guilt Is a catastrophic mistake

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

During my lifetime, the national conversation about race has gradually moved from culpability for individual behavior to culpability for ideology to collective culpability without regard to behavior or ideology.

This transition is significant. It is deliberate. And it is dangerous.

Focusing on "discrimination," as our laws have done for ...Read more

Lack of vote-integrity measures disenfranchises voters

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

The political impact of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be as unpredictable as the virus itself, and as potentially monumental as the financial losses it has caused. Although the November election is still almost five months away, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is leading the charge for states to have mandatory mail-in ballots, purportedly in the ...Read more

The leftist media is most deserving of our ire

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

As I have on numerous occasions, last week, I wrote about the double standard that has become prevalent in the United States and the media's role in perpetuating that duality. Republicans, conservatives and others on the right must expect to endure false accusations, character smears and denial of due process. Those on the political left, it ...Read more

The US has two sets of rules -- one for liberal elites, and another for the rest of us

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

With each passing day, it becomes clearer that the United States has two sets of rules: one for the elites in the Democratic Party, the media and the entertainment industry, and a different one for Republicans and us poor slobs in flyover country.

Take the COVID-19 lockdown. While our economy goes into free fall, we're told by politicians that ...Read more

Life in America has always had risks

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

The country has survived the COVID-19 shutdowns -- so far. But it won't likely survive another major trauma to the system. There are those, like it or not, who anticipate such a result with some relish, as it presents opportunities for them to remake the nation into something they prefer, politically and economically. They get "cover," as it ...Read more

Attack on home schooling Is The Left's latest way of silencing conservatives

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

Harvard Magazine published a truly awful article this past week in which Elizabeth Bartholet, a Harvard Law School professor and the director of its Child Advocacy Program, comes out strongly against home schooling. Bartholet's interview is a smorgasbord of selective outrage and red herrings. She points to isolated instances of neglect by home-...Read more

The free press is a threat to the country

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

And the national press wonders why it is mistrusted, and even despised?

Sen. Tom Cotton was among the first to suggest that the information China was releasing regarding the novel coronavirus emerging from Wuhan might be inaccurate. Cotton raised the specter that the Chinese national virology laboratory in Wuhan could have played a role -- even...Read more

In praise of age

From the Right / Laura Hollis /

When I was young, my mother subscribed to Harper's Bazaar magazine. I devoured it every month, but I particularly looked forward to the annual "Over 40 and Fabulous" issue. Each year in that special issue, the magazine would feature -- on the cover and inside -- beautiful, accomplished and talented women in their 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s and even 80s....Read more


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