Our military has been spending far too much of its time rooting out imaginary "extremism" and "racism" from its ranks.
Over a year and a half into this pandemic, the Left's increasingly zealous commitment to total vaccination is both pathetic and deeply revelatory.
Though no mode of oil transport is perfect, pipelines have proven to be the safest and most environmentally friendly way to carry oil.
They had an obligation to their constituents in 2016 to stop Obama's nominee and they have an obligation to their constituents today to put through President Trump's. No qualifier needed. No phony, pretentious excuses.
The Democratic Party's true allegiances are not difficult to figure out.
Mass mail-in voting presents far too many opportunities for fraud.
The U.S. should follow India's lead, when it comes to TikTok.
A conservative evangelical stands for the Catholic school system.
Confident in his duty to the American people and loyal to the commander in chief, Vice President Mike Pence simply refuses to crack.
Whether it is celebrity chefs, trial lawyers or affluent universities, too many are acting in the interests of too few.
What I am wondering is, both in the particular Kentucky case and around the country in general, where is the protest and opposition to this government lockdown of Christian places of worship?
The mainstream media may not like it, but imagine if we had a president more concerned with the U.N. than the U.S. at a time like this.
"I believe providence and fate have placed President Trump in office for exactly this place and time, and I am confident he will make the decision that will stun his critics, turn doubters into believers and restore the greatness of American all over again."
What kind of human does this and then turns to constituents and says we're going to be just fine?
Fewer sick people should be the best ethical choice, right? But what about the question we're not allowed to ask?