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This Fourth of July, I will be having a guilt-free beer

Opinion 07/03/19, 12:37

Opinion As a veteran, I get asked a lot about what is the difference between Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and Veterans Day. I spent years thinking this over (it's not as simple as you might think!), and I have come to a personal conclusion. The biggest difference between them is ...

Russians interfered in 2016 election, says Former President Carter

Opinion 07/01/19, 09:58

Opinion A lot people have taken shots at President Donald Trump since he was elected, but on Friday, June 28, we entered uncharted territory. Former president and elder statesman Jimmy Carter said, at a public event, “Trump didn't actually win the election in 2016. He lost the election, and was put into ...

Reparations: Democrats scam and insult blacks again

Opinion 06/24/19, 07:42

A congressional hearing was held on a bill to study reparations for blacks as payback for slavery. Reparations is simply another worm Democrat presidential candidates will put on the hook of their fishing rods to catch black votes. I am a black man who is proud, grateful, and understands how blessed I am ...

‘This should shock everyone’s conscience’

Opinion 06/21/19, 20:17

Opinion It sounds surreal: Doctors surgically remove organs from people while they are still alive, so that transplant recipients can get the freshest organs possible. The donors—if you can call them that—are prisoners of conscience who never consented and are killed by the operation. The recipients have to wait only days or ...

The problem with Ocasio-Cortez’s shameful ignorance of history

Opinion 06/21/19, 03:20

“The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border, and that is what they are.”—Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. In April 1944, two Slovakian Jews named Alfred Wetzler and Rudolf Vrba escaped from Auschwitz and provided two of the first eyewitness accounts of the horrors of the European concentration camps. Both men ...

Trump’s Orlando speech: Unprecedented and Remarkable

Opinion 06/21/19, 03:12

Watching live TV coverage of President Trump at his Orlando rally announcing his reelection campaign, I was blown away by Trump's unprecedented, straightforward honesty. With no holds barred, Trump told the American people the truth about numerous important issues which have been lied about or hidden by fake news media. I ...

Clinton bought ‘dirt’ from a foreign agent. Why no media outrage?

Opinion 06/20/19, 02:09

There was a time when calling someone a hypocrite could stain their reputation. No more. Like the overused and often misapplied word “racism,” hypocrisy has lost the power to cause harm. The media and Democrats are agog over President Donald Trump’s comment to former Bill Clinton adviser and current “Good Morning ...

Harvard’s capitulation to the mob

Opinion 06/20/19, 01:56

This week, Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv announced that Harvard University has withdrawn his acceptance to the college. In the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, the then-high school junior became a prominent voice for school safety, meeting with politicians across the political spectrum. He was also ...

Despite pressure, many Hispanics remain pro-life

Opinion 06/17/19, 03:13

Hispanics and pro-life advocacy go together naturally, in no small part because of Hispanics’ Christian faith. Studies have shown that most Hispanics are religious, with about 83 percent of them affirming a religious affiliation. More important than statistics, however, and more indicative of their views on the issue of abortion, is the emotion ...

Why conservatives should take heart despite socialist upsurge

Opinion 06/02/19, 20:43

Socialism is the zombie ideology of our era: It fails everywhere, and yet it keeps rising back from the dead. Despite embarrassing socialist failures in China, Russia, North Korea, Cuba, and now Venezuela, the true believers march onward. Good intentions are unassailable. The revolution must go on. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., arguably ...

Franklin Graham calls on people to pray for Trump this Sunday

Opinion 05/31/19, 00:22

Franklin Graham may not agree with Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., on much, but apparently, they have one thing in common: They both pray for Donald Trump. At a press gaggle last week, the House leader surprised everyone by saying, “I pray for the president of the United States.” Of course, what she prays ...

President Trump is first world leader to stand up against China

Opinion 05/30/19, 14:02

Opinion For the past two decades the Chinese communist regime has been causing major harm to the United States and indeed the world through multiple unlawful, aggressive actions. With the United States in particular the trade deficit has been massively imbalanced, hitting a $420 billion trade deficit in 2018. Harmful actions being taken ...

Bonhoeffer on the ‘stupidity’ that led to Hitler’s rise

Culture 05/30/19, 10:31

Although he was in power for only a handful of years, Hitler and his Nazi government slaughtered millions. One of the more well-known victims of that slaughter was Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who was executed on April 8, 1945, a few short weeks before Hitler’s own death. Unlike many of Hitler’s victims, Bonhoeffer was ...

Made for television: The Dems’ coordinated attack on Trump

Opinion 05/29/19, 04:25

Opinion Donald Trump was under attack by the political and media establishment long before the day he took office as president. As a candidate, he had been ridiculed by the leadership of both parties, dismissed as an aberration by pollsters, and laughed off as a joke by TV pundits from morning ...

A simple solution for loneliness

Culture 05/28/19, 06:43

“Are you lonesome tonight?” Elvis Presley asked that question in 1960 in one his most famous songs. Today, unfortunately, the answer for many Americans is “yes.” Modern loneliness is often described as an “epidemic.” That specific term may be a bit over the top. But it’s undeniable that loneliness is a big ...

Survey: 60% of millennials don’t believe in right and wrong

Culture 05/25/19, 03:48

If you’ve taken a brief glance at society lately, chances are you’ve come away with the impression that morality is on the wane. Apparently, a good chunk of Americans would agree with you. According to a new survey released by LifeWay Research, fully 8 in 10 Americans are concerned “about declining moral behavior ...

Impeach Trump or go home, Liberals

Opinion 05/24/19, 16:54

When House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler and Speaker Nancy Pelosi claimed that the United States had been plunged into a “constitutional crisis,” a large swath of the media took to plying this fantasy for them. “Ever wonder what a constitutional crisis looks like? Well, open your eyes,” CNN’s Don Lemon explained ...

Carson hounded by open borders liberals for putting Americans first

Opinion 05/23/19, 03:14

We no longer live in a constitutional republic. We live in an idiocracy. Only in modern-day America, under the Democratic-controlled U.S. House of Representatives, is the basic proposition that federally subsidized public housing should benefit American citizens and legal residents slammed as “despicable” and “damaging.” Those are the hysterical words used by ...

Dumbfounded by American socialism

Culture 05/17/19, 04:43

In some regards — no, in many regards — I am a knucklehead. Talk to me of stocks and bonds, of escrow and amortization, and a curtain descends. Speak to me at a party of the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein, the music of Philip Glass, and most of today’s Hollywood celebrities, and ...