From the Right



What happens when a broken country tries to fight a pandemic

From the Right / Neil Patel /

One of the most memorable scenes in the "Hunger Games" books and movies is when the poor kids from the outer districts take the train into the glimmering capital. There they see affluence and decadence completely foreign to them in their poor, hyperregulated homelands. It's all fiction, of course, but it's not too far from what we are actually ...Read more

Georgia may decide the future of our country

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Every single American should want the recount process to play out so the states can properly certify the presidential election. We have had an election, but that certification hasn't happened yet. The biggest problem we have in our country today is a lack of trust. The president's supporters voted him into office in 2016 largely because they had...Read more

The birth of the "Coalition of Normal People" may be upon us

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Throughout this election, there were signs of the birth of a coalition of normal people unhappy with the radical turns our country has been taking. Regardless of how the presidential race turns out, the potential political realignment is unmistakable. Hispanic and blue-collar workers are shifting noticeably away from the overtures of the left-...Read more

It's easy to predict the loser in Tuesday's election -- trust

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Nobody knows how the election will turn out, but we can say with confidence that this is the first election where so many trusted authorities in our country have tried to tip the scales so hard. Regardless of the outcome, the partisan unfairness we have seen through this election cycle will further erode what we need most in our country: a ...Read more

Big tech's election interference has finally gone too far

From the Right / Neil Patel /

The New York Post's breaking news of emails purporting to show Hunter Biden scheming to make money off the family name has created a social media firestorm. Twitter began blocking users from sharing it almost instantly. Facebook didn't block the story outright, but they did announce almost immediately that they were "reducing its distribution on...Read more

The election may be over and Biden's likely to win big

From the Right / Neil Patel /

There is nearly a month to go before Election Day, and things could change, but if they don't, the numbers look like Joe Biden may win big. The national popular vote polls aren't super helpful in predicting the outcome, since our winner is picked state by state according to the Electoral College. But the national polls since the presidential ...Read more

Louisville's bumbling authorities are about to get a wake-up call

From the Right / Neil Patel /

The downtowns of numerous American cities have been burned up. Government buildings have been attacked. Private businesses have been destroyed. And people have even been killed. This has been happening off and on now for many months. And -- perhaps most amazing and horrifying of all -- the news media has decided to largely ignore it.

Detailed ...Read more

Democrats' complaints about the coming Supreme Court vote don't pass the smell test

From the Right / Neil Patel /

In case you didn't notice, our country is completely falling apart. There are so many problems that they are hard to list out at this point, but the biggest, by far, is the increasing animosity between Americans of different political persuasions. People think those on the other side are evil and need to be destroyed. There have always been ...Read more

Biden could win big and bring our country together; the scary part Is he's chosen not to do it

From the Right / Neil Patel /

It's now pretty clear that Joe Biden has a lead, but President Donald Trump has been closing nationally (which doesn't really matter) and in key battleground states (which matters a ton). Each party's base has been decided for months. The election, as usual, is largely about who can convince the people in the middle.

Trump's appeal to this ...Read more

Has America peaked? Addressing the craziness on the left and on the right is our Top priority

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Every good thing comes to an end. Since our founding -- based on ideas and principles rather than race or nationality -- America grew to become the world's most dominant power by the end of World War II. By the 1990s, once we won the Cold War, there was nobody else even close. Now we are completely falling apart. Our situation is so bad that it ...Read more



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