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I must have said it a dozen times since the Democrats' impeachment miniseries took over our televisions, but I'll say it again.The Democrats and their allies in the liberal media think history began this morning when they rolled out of the left side of their beds.It...
There is untapped potential in our unity that would bring about nothing less than a perfect life for everybody — the Iranians and ourselves included. I thus hope that we start waking up to the call for our unity sooner rather than later,
The case could be made that many of those accusing Donald Trump of compromising our national security have actually serially done so themselves.
My last column was about “Democrat Weapons of Mass Distraction.” Now add a sister problem to the list: “Weapons of Mass Distortion.” Impeachment serves both purposes — distraction and distortion.
There is a chance that Trump’s departure from the prior peace-process consensus could spur the Palestinians to make new compromises. That won’t happen right away.
Legislation introduced last week suggests that Virginia Democratic lawmakers don’t like to be harassed. But events this week suggest they have no problem slandering fellow Virginians.
While Republicans insist that there’s no case without witnesses and that it’s too late to call them, they neglect to mention that it’s Republicans who demanded and got witnesses in Clinton’s impeachment, including the president himself.
The World Economic Forum each January lures Earth’s government and business elite to the small Swiss ski resort of Davos, where they fret about the planet’s woes.
Now, today, the March For Life. Hundreds of thousands of people of all ages, all ethnicities, and all religious affiliations (and some with no religious affiliation) gather in Washington, D.C. to speak out for the pre-born.
Would Democratic women come out to vote for a candidate who was responsible, in two successive presidential elections, for keeping the glass ceiling firmly intact over the heads of the Democratic Party's leading female candidates? Bernie has made some bad enemies.
Nationwide, 63% of the homeless live in some form of sheltered accommodation. However, once again, things are much different in California.
Presidential re-election success historically rests on an administration’s performance on the economy.
Rule # 1: Whoever owns the history, has possession of the power.
For more than 70 years the U.S. was a sizeable importer of foreign oil, and for more than 25 years it was inundated with almost unsustainable numbers of mostly unskilled illegal immigrants. Ultimately totaling more than 20 million people.
Women with a high level of pathogen disgust were more likely to prefer bearded men, perhaps indicating they viewed beards as signaling good health.
Such a scandalous state of affair hasn’t caused British politicians to blush.
In a candid documentary about the royal couple released last fall, Meghan spoke out on her transition into the role, "It’s hard. I don’t think anyone can understand." If the grass appears greener, it's likely only because it requires more maintenance.
We saw the sorrow and depth of passion in the eyes of Norma McCorvey, also known as "Roe" (of Roe v. Wade). She deeply regretted her role in legalizing abortion. You see, we were blessed to visit and pray with Norma when we sang at an event at which she spoke.
A more deliberative process would preserve the integrity of the Senate and enable it to fulfill its constitutional duty. But if senators of both parties were more interested in those goals than they are in party advantage, of course, this impeachment would be proceeding very differently.
The question for many is will the Harry-Meghan union mess undo the British Monarchy? One answer is who cares or why should we care?
What is required for removal of the president? A demonstration of presidential commission of high crimes and misdemeanors, of which in Trump's case the evidence is ample and uncontradicted.
While we knew he would be great for the economy, the biggest gamble for many of Trump’s supporters in 2016 was “can we trust him with foreign policy, especially the military?”
Some of the most powerful spokespersons against Roe are those who survived an attempted abortion. At least 300 Americans alive today are in that category. Here we will highlight three such survivors.
Known to only the most learned of Vietnam historians and scholars, the April 1966 “Battle of Xa Cam My” was the worst day of the war for American Forces.
Germany's parliament passed a non-binding initiative last month advocating for banning Hezbollah activities in the country. It's time for Germany to follow the UK's recent move and fully designate Hezbollah as a terrorist organization
How many times have we heard someone championing their activism, as if they were the newly minted recipients of the Nobel Prize?
The players protested when PGA West’s Stadium Course first hosted a PGA Tour event three decades ago.
January 20 in Richmond, Virginia, will be remembered by many for it’s successful “Lobby Day,” which was an opportunity for citizens to demonstrate opposition to additional, and stricter, gun laws.
It could set an excellent example for future presidents if Mr. Trump decides instead to send a sober analysis of the State of the Union over to Congress in writing like all the presidents from Jefferson through Taft; just in case it will need to be done by Mike Pence.
There is no doubt that we are living through the Framers’ nightmare, but it is not as the House Democrats describe it. In the early 21st century, we have experienced a federal government of unparalleled accumulation of financial and military resources.
How about, instead of trying to stuff people into artificially created gender/racial/ethnic boxes, treating everyone as an individual? People are being punished professionally for asserting that there are two and only two sexes, determined and fixed by biology.
January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month and the Trump administration is not letting the month pass without a serious effort to raise awareness about this modern scourge.
Will we have the needed Space Force, or kick the can down the road until we confront a Pearl Harbor in space from which we may not recover? If I had to bet on the outcome, I would not bet that we could survive and recover from such an attack.
Any change to the process will still be dependent on the integrity of the people entrusted with following the process.
Culture emanates from the C-suite. A branding-oriented company puts customers first. A revenue-oriented company like Boeing does not.
As President Trump’s foreign policy successes mount, an increasingly despondent foreign policy establishment is discovering its own blindness.
Democracy runs on people caring enough to get involved. On that front, the losing candidates set an example. There’s disappointment there but also some inspiration.
The Democratic debate last week featured six candidates presenting their familiar views on Medicare for All, foreign policy, and the Age of Climate Change.
Acting is not an art; it is a skill. It is not difficult.
In every trial in America, whether criminal or civil, the tribunal offers parties an opportunity to file “preliminary motions” addressing issues that by their nature need to be addressed before any trial on the merits.
Let’s be clear: Blagojevich never took a dime for his personal benefit, nor did he ever accept a bribe of any kind.
As a society, we cannot get to the point where criticizing someone who happens to be black or another minority is viewed as being "all about race."
Yesterday we celebrated the 90th birthday of Buzz Aldrin, one of the last living titans of an epic era. Half a century ago, Buzz, with Neil Armstrong, did something that had been synonymous with “the impossible.”
Members of the Democratic Party have come upon a variant of "The Big Lie," which they have used in their resistance efforts against President Donald Trump, his administration, his personal relationships — and his family: "The Big Lie."
To begin, Buzz Aldrin was born 90 years ago in Montclair, New Jersey to Eugene and Marion Aldrin. Perhaps providently, his mother’s maiden name was Moon.
Each year, it seems like the frequency and severity of cyberattacks get worse. The average cost of a data breach in the United States was $8.19 million in 2019, an increase from $7.91 million in 2018, and today, there are more types of attacks to worry about. Despite this,...
The anti-Trump chorus is breathlessly declaring that the January 16 Government Accountability Office (GAO) report asserts “Trump broke the law” regarding Ukraine aid.
There’s no doubt that President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and massive deregulation lifted the economy and stock market to unprecedented levels that bolster retirement plans, pensions, and created jobs.
The Women’s March has been rife with problems from its founding.
The killing of Quds Force leader Qassim Soleimani and its aftermath turned into a huge, misleading farce.
It’s time to set the record straight about something: the death penalty is soft on crime.
“One Child Nation” is a riveting, heartrending documentary, which won the coveted U.S. Grand Jury Sundance prize, and, though it didn’t make the final list, was shortlisted for an Oscar nomination.
President Trump has tweeted support for the thousands of protestors who have already been killed or imprisoned.
Donald Trump has clearly done nothing seriously wrong. He has done the nation a huge amount of good economically, politically, and militarily. Why are GOP members deserting him not in huge numbers, but in numbers large enough to cost him?
The other day I was asked a question that really made me think. The question was referring to the unconstitutional events taking place in Virginia regarding the "soon to be law" gun confiscation.
Evidence released by the Attorney General showed that Alshamrani clearly held anti-American and anti-Israeli views, he had posted them on social media, including just a few hours before he opened fire.
On January 22, pro-life people from across the country will gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court for a prayer vigil.
Trump is assassinating foreign officials and threatening destruction of Iran. A "force for good" means not forcing others to bow to your will.
A Yale professor of forensic psychiatry has diagnosed me as suffering from "psychosis" because of my views on the constitutional rights of President Donald Trump, legal expert Alan Dershowitz writes for Newsmax.
George Conway, the man whom no one would know of were it not for his successful wife, hates President Trump.
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