This is the season of college Commencement speeches — an art form that has seldom been memorable, but has increasingly become toxic in recent times.

As the assault on our nation’s cultural underpinnings continues, the latest attack against morality and sanity involves a choice of restrooms.

George Mason University School of Law has just been renamed the Antonin Scalia School of Law in honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

For many of us concerned with liberty, the letters “NDAA” have come to symbolize Washington’s ongoing effort to undermine the US Constitution in the pursuit of constant war overseas. It was the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2012 that introduced into law the idea that American citizens could be indefinitely detained without warrant or charge if a government bureaucrat decides they had assisted al-Qaeda or “associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States.” No charges, no trial, just disappeared Americans.

More and more Americans are finally starting to realize we have a problem in this country. We must learn, organize, and rededicate ourselves to one goal — victory through a Third American Revolution lead by dedicated, demanding, freedom-loving Americans single-minded in one goal: to restore our Republic.

In short, the fiscal condition of the United States is bleak — and getting bleaker each year as government continues to borrow. Some may consider this a peculiar sort of wisdom. Realists consider it national suicide.

Elected representatives at every level of government must come to understand that legislative actions have consequences far beyond their present effects. Agenda 21 is the “common core” and it has already invaded every level of our society. Our battle cry must be to stop this monster or watch freedom perish.

The solution to the problems confronting black people will not be found in the political arena.

Today one can literally go from kindergarten to becoming a graduate student seeking a Ph.D., without ever hearing a vision of the world that conflicts with the vision of the left.

In a recent interview I was asked why Bernie Sanders, a self-described “democratic socialist,” had seemingly attracted so much support among young people. It was just four years ago that so many young people turned out to hear and support my message of personal liberty, non-aggression, and non-intervention at home and abroad.