From the Right



McEnany answers a question with more questions and eviscerates the press

When newly minted White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany took the stage last week for the first time -- the first time a Trump press secretary has issued a formal conference in over six months -- she encountered a ravenously bloodthirsty media gaggle. It was ready to pounce. Would they be able to totally eviscerate her as they had a slew ...Read more

ESPN's 'Last Dance' replete with life lessons

ESPN's documentary on Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls is already receiving rave reviews for shining a spotlight on not only the greatest basketball player ever but one of the best athletes of all time. Four episodes into the 10-part series, "The Last Dance" has already underscored the vital role that family plays, especially in the lives of...Read more

Why fat black lives must not really matter

It's a sure sign you've reached maturity in life when you stop trying to have it both ways. As an adult, you shouldn't expect to be able to eat all the ice cream in the fridge every night and still avoid the long-term health effects of a poor diet. And yet, when it comes to COVID-19, it's as if many in the black community who suffer ...Read more

Rebuilding economy and society

The massive economic destruction being wrought by the COVID-19 epidemic and the government's attempt to mitigate the impact on American families and businesses raises a fundamental question: Is the sum total of America's greatness measured by its markets or by its people?

Americans have served the world, and particularly the developing world, ...Read more

Before COVID-19 we had a self-made virus of entitlement and laziness

With Americans hunkering down at home in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic, it can sometimes feel like the end of days. However, for an unseen number of our countrymen, today's struggle is hardly different from a miserable day-to-day existence.

If you work in the school system or as a teacher, then you know who I am talking about. The kid ...Read more

The odds are stacked against free enterprise in Virginia

As we continue weathering the coronavirus pandemic, some forward-thinking states and their leaders are preparing a pivot that puts their people back to work and brightens the economic outlook for the long term. And then there is Virginia, which appears poised to pursue shortsighted business decisions that will ultimately cost it jobs, tax ...Read more

Childhelp Hotline: 800-4-A-CHILD

The coronavirus has brought our bustling nation, and life as we know it, to a grinding halt. During a crisis, it is easy for us to forget about the vulnerable as we "circle the wagons" and focus on our day-to-day survival in this new normal. However, during times like these, it is imperative to remember those of us who are vulnerable and less ...Read more

Coronavirus is showing us clearly that mankind needs God

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." The immortal words of Charles Dickens have never rung truer than now, during the age of COVID-19 and the global pandemic.

Horror and hope are intermingled daily, reminding all of us about the limits of our power, and the trust and faith that we must put in the Almighty.

This global plague ...Read more

Going viral: Politicizing this pandemic gets us nowhere

By now the tropes have become almost typical. Democrats are politicizing the coronavirus, drumming up irrational fears in the media, and causing an economic meltdown, all in hopes of bringing down the president. It has even been floated that climate change activists are actively hyping the spread of the coronavirus because they believe that a ...Read more

COVID-19 could be deadly for American small business

Over the last few weeks, the United States has been grappling with the challenges of the global coronavirus pandemic. But the devastating effects have only just begun to surface for the average citizen. While COVID-19 is a very real and dire threat to the health and lives of the elderly and our most vulnerable, its unprecedented impact on the ...Read more

Biden's Super Tuesday surprise was no groundswell: It was a corporate merger

Let's not kid ourselves about the meaning of Joe Biden's Super Tuesday surprises. It was not the sudden imprimatur of a man buoyed by a groundswell of support. Biden is no runaway viral sensation. Rather, his win is the result of establishment Democrats' cynical attempt to funnel voters into a center-left box, quarantining the establishment ...Read more

Anti-fragile Trump sees coronavirus as a catalyst, not a threat

True to form, President Donald Trump signaled confidence in his remarks addressing the threat of the coronavirus. He was correct when he mentioned that the average American is not at risk of imminent harm from the virus. And he correctly pointed out that far more people die annually from the common flu than have been killed thus far by the ...Read more

A brokered Democratic convention Is the mainstream party's only hope

As I type this, the South Carolina debate is barely 12 hours old, and even more anxiety has stirred among the Democratic Party establishment. They are worried. The resilience of the Bernie Sanders movement and his supporters is clear. And everyone outside the Sanders circle is growing more in its chorus crying for relief and commonsense to reign...Read more


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