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Time to Start Talking About America's Coming Bankruptcy

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Did you know America is going bankrupt? Most people don't. Maybe the saddest part about our country's state of affairs is that all our vitriol and dysfunction has come at a time when we aren't even addressing our biggest problems. It would be one thing if America collectively decided we have to be honest about where we are as a country and we ...Read more

The First Step in Fixing our Toxic Politics

From the Right / Neil Patel /

If we're ever going to surmount this truly toxic period in our politics, each warring faction must realize that winning is not possible without help from the other. And by faction, I don't mean Republican or Democrat. The real dividing line in our country today is not Republican and Democrat, left and right. That still exists, of course, and in ...Read more

How the COVID-19 Censors Killed the Truth

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Estimates are all over the place, but it's now beyond dispute that Soviet policies in the 1930s led to the deaths of somewhere between 7 and 12 million Ukrainians (about the equivalent to killing every person in Michigan today). It's one of the greatest horrors in world history. The world knew little about the Ukrainian famine at the time. When ...Read more

Will We Answer the Wake-Up Call Before our Country Is Completely Destroyed?

From the Right / Neil Patel /

It's sort of shocking that a series of left-wing riots around the nation followed by a right-wing riot at our Capitol building haven't caused much self-reflection among the policymakers in Washington. It's convenient to think this is just some tiny group of crazies or this is all going to blow over. We have been thinking that way for years now. ...Read more

People are frustrated because our system is not working for them

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Small businesses, which still account for nearly half of our country's economic output, are the backbone of our economy. They are hurting now like never before. This problem started well before COVID-19. Anyone who has driven down the main street of any small town in America has seen the boarded-up storefronts and the for-sale signs. This doesn'...Read more

Conservatives should embrace the president's solid inaugural message

From the Right / Neil Patel /

President Joe Biden could have focused on any issue he wanted in his inaugural address. His base would have loved the whole thing to be about climate change or racial justice. Biden touched on some of these policy issues, but he focused most of his address on something totally different: national unity.

If anyone reading this doesn't believe ...Read more

We can fix America by getting out of our partisan political bubbles

From the Right / Neil Patel /

It's been obvious for quite a while that our country is coming apart at the seams. People on all sides are upset, and they want to punish their political opponents. We aren't able to disagree in a productive way. We demonize one another; we are too partisan; and we are definitely too angry. This isn't unique to the right or the left. It's all of...Read more

Patriots do not storm their nation's capitol

From the Right / Neil Patel /

Attention readers: The following column was co-authored with the Daily Caller editorial board.

Patriots enlist and defend their country. They work hard, do their best, raise good families. They help their neighbors. They perform civic duties. They grit their teeth and pay their taxes. Then they show up and vote. They compete, they win or...Read more

Republicans are blowing it in Georgia, and we may all pay the price

From the Right / Neil Patel /

It's not alarmist to state that the future of our country could be defined by the two Georgia Senate races. We are in an existential moment, and it sure feels like we are floating through it in a daze, without the sense of urgency you would expect if the entire future of your country were on the line. We just had a tough election, but for those ...Read more

 

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