Kevin D. Williamson

The Archive

Inflation proves Biden has done everything wrong all at once

The Biden administration’s first response to any problem is to pretend that it isn’t a problem.

Why it’s so much fun watching Elon Musk slap Twitter in the face

Billionaire Elon Musk has Twitter all atwitter at the prospect of his taking over the company with a $43 billion offer.

Student loan forgiveness proves Democrats are the party of the rich

If you know anything about higher education, you will not be surprised to learn that the people with the most college debt are the people with the highest incomes.

Joe Biden's made-up stories and manner raise serious questions about his mental health

President Joe Biden’s ailing mental health is becoming more obvious every day as he makes preposterous claims about himself to the press, Kevin D. Willliamson writes.

Facebook's fight is really about silencing right-wing voices

The “Facebook Papers” campaign that currently is being fought on every front from is not just about online safety or social justice.

Biden’s trillion-dollar spending spree will lead to financial collapse

Our budget game is one part musical chairs, one part Russian roulette, and somebody is going to have to lose when the music stops.

Texas' new law forces Americans to have the abortion debate we need

Texas’ new abortion law is an attempt to outlaw the procedure after six weeks of pregnancy through a legal arrangement designed specifically to evade a challenge under Roe.

Why women being more college educated than men is troubling for society

A generation of white men who grew up hearing that the problem with American institutions is that there are too many white men in them apparently has been listening.  College...

If we're going to have vaccine mandates, we need much better oversight

If states like New York are going to require vaccine mandates, the government has to step up with better vaccine tracking — or risk criminal exploitation.

Gavin Newsom's got 99 problems — and Larry Elder is the biggest one

The Democrat faces a recall election in September after 1.3 million Californians signed a recall petition damning his performance.