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Big Pharma

The best way to be sure a debate is lost is to accept it within the framework provided. So, with that being said, the debate about Big Pharma is another example of beginning a discussion back on one's heels and at an immediate disadvantage. Without a doubt, hearing or reading the words "Big Pharma" conjures up the image of an enormous, greedy ...Read more

Hackers Showcase America's Vulnerabilities

Among many claimed benefits, cryptocurrencies supposedly offer two significant benefits over fiat currencies: 1) autonomy and 2) discretion. This past week, the U.S. federal government took them both down.

The U.S. Department of Justice issued a press statement that it had seized $2.3 million in cryptocurrency. The seizure was the result of the...Read more

The Light of the American Dream

At long last, we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. We are inching closer and closer each day to the end of the COVID-19 pandemic here in America.

We are not quite there yet. There are still 500 of our countrymen dying every day from complications of this insidious virus. But all over the nation, there is a different feeling in...Read more

The Death Penalty Remains the Strongest Deterrent to Violent Crime

In recent years, many states have moved away from lethal injections for those on death row, and some have moved away from the death penalty altogether. But some states are actively pushing back against this trend, such as my home state of South Carolina. Recently, South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster signed into law a new bill that forces death ...Read more

It's Time for Americans to Get Back to Work

When it comes to the great American work ethic, our country is hurtling down the wrong path. The Biden administration is putting America into an increasingly dangerous situation by creating a permanent class of people who simply don't want to work, preferring instead to sit at home and collect government checks.

Economic support following the ...Read more

What Truly Matters Is Each Other

Are white Americans being discriminated against? Some might be aghast at the idea that one might have such a thought, and, considering the historic discrimination that people of color have endured throughout American history, some might dismiss the thought as a foregone conclusion. However, I challenge those people to think about this idea newly...Read more

The Johnson & Johnson Pause

In 2008, then-President-elect Barack Obama's chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, famously said: "You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. And what I mean by that, it's an opportunity to do things that you think you could not do before."

That lesson appears to have been well-learned by the left. The COVID-19 crisis has presented a once-in-a-...Read more

Dangers Seen and Unseen

Privately and publicly, I have been so thankful and blessed that I have not contracted COVID-19 and continue to travel domestically and internationally in my TV broadcasting life, without any interruption.

Of course, exercising wise judgement has been critical to my narrative, given that so many friends and colleagues were violently ill, and a ...Read more

CBS' '60 Minutes' and Media Manipulation

This past Sunday, critically acclaimed CBS program "60 Minutes" broadcast an alleged bombshell report on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and an apparent "pay to play" scheme involving supermarket chain Publix and the state's distribution of COVID-19 vaccines. The report alleged that because of a campaign donation Publix made to DeSantis, the governor ...Read more

Society Pays a High Price When Prosecutors Fail to Punish Crime

Imagine a society where prostitutes could solicit johns for sex just yards from police officers who did little more than wave them on their way. Picture yourself walking through a park with your children as a homeless person is free to urinate and defecate beside the park bench where he is stashing the illegal drugs he bought from a dope dealer ...Read more

The Barricades Are Coming Down, but Where Is Biden?

Almost two and half months after the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol, police in Washington have finally begun to dismantle the chain-link and metal barricades that had turned the cathedral of democracy around the globe into a standing prison more reminiscent of a dictatorship. My question is this: Why has it taken so long?

President Joe Biden ...Read more

 

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