After being on the receiving end of a temporary Twitter ban, Ilana Mercer reflects on censorship in the internet age, including being "shadow-banned and follower-throttled".
Articles by Ilana Mercer
If President Trump doesn’t waver, his border deal with Mexico will be a victory. The Mexicans have agreed to quit serving as conduits to hundreds of thousands of central Americans headed for the U.S.A.
Every time a manifestly racist, anti-white event goes down, which is frequently, conservative media call it “identity politics.” “The left is playing identity politics.”
Ilana Mercer asks why Nick Sandmann, the Catholic boy who stared down an Amerindian activist with a wry smile, was so vilified by the media and their pundits.
The slaying of 'young lovelies' such as the Scandinavian hikers in Morocco isn't about jihad but about biology and sex, argues Ilana Mercer.
Ilana Mercer looks at the endemic crime rates of Latin America, its 'youth bulge' and the potential threat that large-scale immigration from there would pose for the United States.
Columnist Ilana Mercer agrees that there is land theft in South Africa, not in the mists of time hundreds of years ago between nameless individuals, but right now from the rightful owners of farms.
On just about every issue, in 2016, candidate Trump ran in opposition to Sen. Lindsey Graham. Donald Trump won the presidency; Lindsey Graham quit the race with a near-zero popularity, as reflected in the polls.
It's hard to feel sorry for liberals when they reap the results of the policies they force on the rest of us.