President Joe Biden released his budget for the new fiscal year last week, and while many words could be used to describe its far-left policy proposals, perhaps the most important is “reckless.”
If you are actively involved in the culture wars, trying to stem the tide of moral decline, you can often feel like the boy who tried to plug the holes in the dike with his own fingers.
The most frequent question people pose to me is: What can I/we do to fight back against the nihilistic anti-American destruction of virtually all the country’s major institutions?
The Biden White House is furiously trying to cajole congressional Republicans into signing off on his $2 trillion “infrastructure bill.”
On Friday, U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez ruled that California’s 1989 ban on assault weapons was unconstitutional, as it violated the Second Amendment.
Democratic West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin announced in an op-ed his opposition to a bill that would nationalize election laws.
By: Andrew C. McCarthy – nationalreview.com – June 5, 2021 Of course, it’s only circumstantial evidence. We may never know the truth.” If I’ve heard this once, over more decades than I care to admit, I’ve heard it a thousand times. It is the rote dismissal of circumstantially based cases, and it is almost always wrong. We can no longer afford to be wrong…
The madman raised over $100K in less than a day and AOC won’t let her abuela have it! Unreal! Read the rest of the story.
How many more graduations have to be ruined before school officials learn that the First Amendment guards student remarks at graduation? As the Class Scholar for 2021, Ms. Lefler was selected to give a short speech during her school’s Senior Honors Night.
Graduation is a time of celebration, not censorship. Unfortunately, not all public school officials have gotten that message. Elizabeth Turner is a Hillsdale High School senior (MI), and one of the valedictorians speaking at graduation on June 6th.