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The Second Amendment Puts Safety First

The Second Amendment addressing the right of American citizens to bear arms is a touchy subject these days, but its effect on our daily lives cannot be overstated. Being able to protect ourselves in a world that is becoming more dangerous by the day is essential to survival. The right to arm oneself, whether the weapon is concealed or not, has ...Read more

Biden and the West Need a True Strategy for Confronting Persistent Islamist Threat

The Biden administration finally got a long-overdue win. A drone eliminated al-Qaeda's leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, but no doubt that successful feeling will not last long. In fact, we already know his likely replacement will be Saif al-Adel, an Egyptian national and longtime al-Qaeda emir.

Elsewhere in the Middle East, America's devoted ally ...Read more

Government: The Issue Creator, The Issue Solver

What has the government done for you lately?

In spite of the many billions of dollars that our government has in its coffers and the outsized influence that it has over our nation and the world, it appears that the majority of us scratch our heads when this question is posed to us. In addition to police, fire and other emergency services, there...Read more

China Threat

Without a doubt, China has become the greatest adversarial threat to the United States' global dominance. While China's resurgence may surprise those in the West, it comes as no surprise to the rest of Asia. China's rich history dates back to the Shang Dynasty over 3,000 years ago, making it one of the world's four oldest civilizations along ...Read more

Is Journalism Dead?

Imagine a world devoid of journalism. Would our lives be better without it? Historically, the response was an emphatic no. Journalism provides us insight into the affairs of the world, illuminates the dark secrets held by miscreants and makes us far more conscious of the issues that will touch our everyday lives. However, although there are ...Read more

Sons and Their Mothers

A son's first love is his mother. A mother's last love is her firstborn. A daughter's first love is her father. A father's last love is his eldest daughter.

I personally observed the bond between a mother -- my niece, Jamir -- and her son, Ashton. They were both in the swimming pool. He was on a floater, and she was letting go of a floater. The...Read more

Pelosi's Taiwan-China Miscalculation

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi strutted and clucked during her trip to Taiwan, insinuating the United States would come to their (Taiwan's) rescue if China attacked, which would be a stupendous, irresponsible blunder. Moreover, it gratuitously compounded the risk of a catastrophic United States war with China. Alternatively, the House speaker's ...Read more

The Establishment Has Emerged From the Shadows. They're Betting That You Won't Care

Our nation is under siege. But this siege is not the result of some domestic or foreign terrorist threat. This siege on our great republic comes from within the very institutions for which we have entrusted our nation with. The establishment, in concert with their allies within the Department of Justice, have conducted an unanticipated, ...Read more

Law-Abiding Gun Owners Will Not Harm You. But Criminals Will!

There have been innumerable debates on gun ownership. These discussions generally address two critical factors: gun violence in inner cities and mass shootings. As a result, some Americans have called for the removal of certain weapons, such as the AR-15, from civilian ownership, and the limitation of magazines to 10 rounds as a means to combat ...Read more

Bridges' Comments to Hawley Demonstrate Her Dishonesty as a Person!

On July 12, during a Senate hearing on the impact of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) was declared transphobic by law professor Khiara Bridges from the University of California, Berkley for his line of questioning that challenged whether men can become pregnant. It was specifically in reply to Hawley...Read more

Biden's Middle East Trip Met With Controversy, Disrespect

President Joe Biden has returned to the United States after his high-profile yet controversial trip to the Middle East. While there, he visited Israel, the Palestinian Authority and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Though there were some positive headlines, the trip seems for now to be mostly a flop.

Biden landed in Tel Aviv, Israel, to great ...Read more

When It Comes To Helping Black Kids, Our Leaders Are All Talk, No Action

I am saddened by the state of affairs in our inner cities. Recently, in Washington, D.C., the nation's capital and the place I call home, several young people, including a 15-year-old and an 18-year-old, were murdered. Their lives cut short, never providing them with the opportunity to realize their God-given potential.

The perpetuation of a ...Read more

Hillary Clinton Lied! Again! This Time, Her Lies Will Be Exposed!

Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton attended Yale Law School. But they must have skipped class for the lesson in honesty related in Sir Walter Scott's epic poem, "Marmion: A Tale of Flodden Field": "Oh what a tangled web we weave /When first we practice to deceive."

Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton have struggled with the truth for their entire ...Read more

 

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