From the Right



The Transgender Movement

Matthew 7:1: "Judge not, that you be not judged."

John 8:7: "And as they continued to ask him, he stood up and said to them, 'Let him who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at her.'"

The United States was born of the proposition that only two things mattered in appraising others: character and accomplishments. Assessing ...Read more

The Most Dangerous People in America: College Professors

American college campuses are permeated with corrupted professors who themselves corrupt students. Without a doubt, college professors are the most dangerous people in America. They're not dangerous because they challenge the status quo or encourage their students to think critically. On the contrary, they are dangerous because they encourage ...Read more

The Decay of Education

The decay in American education is an alarming national security threat. Most high school or college graduates know about little more than their sexual orientation or Taylor Swift's juvenile lyrics and strutting. They are unable to write a single, succinct, evocative sentence, like the magnificence of a "rosy-fingered dawn." They could not ...Read more

NPR Whistleblower Highlights Everything Wrong With Journalism Today

As a career broadcaster and journalist, I've always believed honesty wins a reader's or viewer's trust. Honesty may require confessing errors or reporting inconvenient truths. I am an unapologetic conservative. But I will never allow my political leanings to compromise my journalism. Edward R. Murrow is my model.

As polarizing Trumpian ...Read more

A Story of the Soil and the Soul

Hard work, passion, virtue and true grit earmark the American heartland. Anecdotes, generation-spanning farm families and crop innovations speak volumes. They are all children of agriculture.

Farming teaches faith in God, food cultivation, animal husbandry, the value of love, the richness of relationships and the growth of character. Farming ...Read more

The Lesson for Gun Owners in James and Jennifer Crumbley Convictions

The convictions of James Crumbley and his wife, Jennifer, for their role in their son's mass school shooting in Michigan, which resulted in the tragic murders of four and injuries of seven, tells us one thing: If you are an irresponsible gun owner, you will pay the price if a crime is committed with your gun.

It is as simple as that. Lock ...Read more

South Africa's Dangerous Battle Against Israel

On Dec. 29, 2023, South Africa filed a lawsuit in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, Netherlands, accusing Israel of committing genocide, pointing to the scores of dead Palestinians that have resulted from Israel's campaign against Hamas.

While the case is still pending as of this writing, the court issued an order on Jan. 26 ...Read more

Crossroads of Destiny: Weighing Trump and Biden's Prospects in the Upcoming General Election

The upcoming general election is going to be one for the ages. Political elections are divisive by their nature, with both sides attempting to do everything they can to defeat each other. However, the United States is gearing up for the rematch no one wants, with former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden embodying distinctly ...Read more

Weaving Good News Into the Fabric of Society

When you turn on the news or take a ride in your car and listen to the radio, do you ever pause to think, "Where's all of the good news?" It seems nearly impossible today to find any good stories that lift the spirit, stories that remind you there is still good in humanity and that the human condition isn't uniquely bad. If an alien ever ...Read more

The Rise of Transgenderism

Over the past decade, the United States has seen a rise in power of the transgender movement. Once a fringe, left-wing movement premised on the idea that gender is a social construct and that it can be changed at a whim, it has now become mainstream. Today, the question "Can you provide a definition for the word 'woman'?" is now a political ...Read more

The Right and Privilege to Vote

The New York City legislature, following in the footsteps of Washington, D.C., passed a groundbreaking bill into law in 2022. The law would have allowed any lawful permanent resident or green card holder to vote in a New York City election. This law was swiftly met with legal challenges as quickly as it was passed, which is to be expected given ...Read more

Pathways to Progress: Navigating America's Educational Reform

In the realm of education, crises are not merely disruptions but illuminations of systemic failures that have festered beneath the surface for decades. The United States stands at a crossroads where the path forward demands not just acknowledgment of these failures but a steadfast commitment to rectifying them. The initiatives across states, ...Read more



Gary Markstein Steve Benson Jeff Danziger John Cole Bill Bramhall John Branch