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Americans May Soon Be Given the Right to Prohibit Abortions. Could This Change the Midterm Tide?

They say history repeats itself. You are likely familiar with the saying but uncertain of its true meaning. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito shocked us all last week when a draft majority opinion said, "We hold that Roe and Casey must be overruled." This stunned both the left and the right, who had not been expecting a leak of this magnitude ...Read more

Abortion Battles Likely to Conclude with Aristotelian Mean

The authenticated leak of Justice Samuel Alito's draft 5-4 opinion overruling the United States Supreme Court 1973 abortion rights precedent of Roe v. Wade is likely to stick. The draft fully reflected the judicial philosophies of the five-member majority and the oral argument last December in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.

But ...Read more

Free Speech's Greatest Foe: Free Speech

Among the most enduring cornerstones of America's prosperity is the people's right to free, uncensored speech. When our forefathers devised our Bill of Rights, they anticipated the chilling impact that outlawing speech would have on free and prosperous democracy. They saw the incarceration, execution and torture of millions who had dared to ...Read more

Biological Sex Isn't up for Debate

Regardless of what the mainstream media and Democrats might want you to think, no one can change their biological sex, regardless of the hormones or surgical procedures that they might undertake to attempt to do so. We are at a moment in time where up is down and down is up, and it's a dangerous precedent if we allow it to foment itself as a ...Read more

This Easter, Let's Rediscover Our Purpose

The celebration of Easter provides us with the opportunity to take a step back and reassess our lives. It gives us the chance to contemplate who we are and what we aspire to be. Given that Easter commemorates the resurrection of Jesus Christ, we should take advantage of this opportunity to reflect on ourselves and delve deeply into our minds in ...Read more

Hunter Biden, the Invisible Government and the Laptop from Hell

In 1912, President Theodore Roosevelt warned: "Behind the ostensible government sits enthroned an invisible government owing no allegiance and acknowledging no responsibility to the people. To destroy this invisible government, to befoul the unholy alliance between corrupt business and corrupt politics, is the first task of the statesmanship of ...Read more

Biden's Nine-Word Gaffe May Cause Countless Tragedies

This week's events, particularly those in Brussels and Poland, have left little reason for optimism. There is not a single leader in the world today whose staff is stepping out at the United Nations, in Washington or on the ground in Brussels to correct, walk back or clarify what their country's elected leader truly meant to say. It is unseemly,...Read more

Reflecting on Zelensky's Speech

It never ceases to amaze me how elected officials fail miserably, regardless of the country they serve. Nevertheless, every now and then, circumstances force certain leaders to step up to the plate and mobilize a nation. One of these leaders is Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. His background would never have led anyone to believe he was ...Read more

The US Must Embrace Cryptocurrency to Protect Americans and Remain an Economic Powerhouse

In the dark corners of the internet, faceless and nameless individuals whose identities are unknown by the government stare intently at their computer screens as they write thousands of lines of code. These anonymous individuals are like the cowboys of old, galloping across a deserted and mostly unregulated land. Only this isn't land; it's the ...Read more

Where's Biden's Comprehensive Strategy?

President Joe Biden lacks a comprehensive strategy. In 24 hours, yet another breathless flip-flop on one element of the Russian-Ukraine policy crisis. Recently, the Biden administration claimed they will restrict Russian oil exports to the United States. Or is it to the West in general? Or is it just to limit the purchasing of 500,000 barrels ...Read more

Reflections on Judge Jackson's Nomination to the Supreme Court

President Joe Biden's nomination of U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill the Supreme Court seat to be vacated by Associate Justice Stephen Breyer at the conclusion of October Term 2021 has predictably begotten misconceived commentary.

For starters, many Democrats insist that the liberal judicial philosophy of Jackson should...Read more

This Black History Month, Let's Make History

As we celebrate Black History Month and the great accomplishments of African Americans to the United States since its founding, I wanted to take a different perspective -- one that focuses on what Black Americans must do to achieve economic and generational prosperity.

We must be concerned about the plight of many Black communities in the ...Read more

Russia Is on the Verge of War. Here's What You Need to Know

A map is the most effective tool for visualizing and explaining the Ukraine-Russia crisis because its visual nature allows for viewers to understand the conflict through the same eyes of the parties involved.

Ukraine has always been one of Russia's most vital strategic and tactical neighbors. During the winter months, Russia requires unfettered...Read more

 

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