Sam Martin traces the recent trend of fat celebration back to universities and the relatively new branch of critical theory called fatness studies.
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Elite members of the laptop class are howling for more content moderation, better known as censorship.
We’re seeing a shift from framing disability as a condition, to framing disability as an in-vogue identity.
This poem by Sienna Mae Heath is dedicated to Candice Sero who was trampled by police on horses in Ottawa on the evening of Friday, February 18, 2022 at the Freedom Convoy.
The White House, fearing accountability for its policies, is trying to change the definition of what constitutes a recession.
Like many well-intentioned government interventions, mandated minimum wages tend to hurt the very people they are designed to help.
After more than two years of suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic, brutal lockdowns, riots, and shortages, the American economy is now collapsing.
Free the People made the voyage to NH for 2022 PorcFest and met some amazing people along the way.
The Constitution Line by Line: Article I, Section 10 – Limits on State Powers
In this episode of The Constitution Line by Line, Senator Mike Lee covers Article I, Section 10: Limits on State Powers.
The Constitution Line by Line: Article I, Section 9 – The Powers Denied to Congress
In this episode, Senator Mike Lee covers Article I, Section 9: The Powers Denied to Congress.