If moms are “birthing persons” then what are dads on Father’s Day?
Americans are being bombarded with ads for gifts for that special day for fathers. Should I say “sperm contributors” in preparation for our complete capitulation to the woke?
The “sperm contributor” in your life may want that leather chair, or aftershave he’ll ...Read more
There is one takeaway from watching Vice President Kamala Harris’ horrifying interview on NBC about whether she’ll visit our southern border to see the crisis with her own eyes:
President Joe Biden must endure until 2024. Please God, please.
And I’m asking every American, even Democrats, to pray that Biden endures. He must endure, even ...Read more
What are we learning about the American political-media establishment now that the origin story of the coronavirus pandemic appears to be radically changing?
The Wall Street Journal has been reporting on new developments out of China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology. There’s more on those researchers who became “sick enough in November 2019 ...Read more
Many Republicans are rightfully gleeful over the mask dysphoria being suffered by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, the high TV priestess of the establishment left.
But as they ridicule her for mask neurosis, I wonder if they’ve blocked from their own memories that “mushroom cloud” argument for the establishment Republican war in Iraq. The ...Read more
Have you ever wondered what happens to flat-earthers?
Not all spend their days eating pudding with plastic spoons and rewatching old sitcoms — or as fabulists hanging at the end of the bar, boasting of their heroic exploits until closing time.
Some become president of the United States.
Or they find power in President Joe Biden’s ...Read more
One of the more insane developments from the tragic shooting death of knife wielding Ma’Khia Bryant in Columbus, Ohio, has been the emergence of a desperate fantasy from the political left:
The “Let the kids have their knife fights” coalition that must think “West Side Story” is real life.
Valerie Jarrett, the former Obama ...Read more
Watching the horrific video of George Floyd dying under the knee of former Minneapolis police Officer Derek Chauvin, even before charges were filed last year, I called it the way I saw it: Murder.
I’m often accused of being pro-police to a fault. But for me the video was enough. Just as with the Laquan McDonald case in Chicago — the Black ...Read more
Chicago holds its breath, awaiting release of a police video showing 13-year-old Adam Toledo, reportedly with a gun, shot dead by a cop.
The city by the lake hasn’t recovered from the waves of looting and other violence that grew out of last year’s George Floyd protests. Just look at all the vacant storefronts on North Michigan Avenue, the ...Read more
Baseball’s greatest day was April 15, 1947. It was the day when Jackie Robinson broke baseball’s infamous color line to become the first Black player ever to play in a major league game.
Finally, after centuries of racial discrimination, there was a sense that merit, not skin pigment, was what was to be valued in America’s life. Because ...Read more
Have you read, heard or seen that important news story about an Asian American federal judge — born in Taiwan and subject to discrimination growing up — who confronted and denounced those who discriminate by race?
With all that’s been in the news lately about terrible anti-Asian attacks, with many pundits engaging, isn’t it odd ...Read more
On the disaster at our southern border, I find myself, oddly, in agreement with Democrats and their media mouthpieces who are so desperately defending President Joe Biden.
They’ve been insisting, rather frantically, that the chaos we’re seeing on the border didn’t just begin on Jan. 20, the day Biden was inaugurated. I agree. It did not ...Read more