From the Right



Chicago Looks to Minnesota, Awaits Another Police Shooting Video and Holds Its Breath

From the Right / John Kass /

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

Biden Will Go Down as the President Who Poisoned Baseball

From the Right / John Kass /

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

Asian American Judge Challenges Racism Inherent in ‘Equity’

From the Right / John Kass /

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

Biden Called for the Border Surge, and Now He Owns It

From the Right / John Kass /

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

Biden’s Diplomatic Team on China Needs Real Experts, like Hunter and Swalwell

From the Right / John Kass /

President Joe Biden’s handlers are still shielding him from full-blown news conferences with reporters, but they let him talk directly with Chinese President and Communist Party General Secretary Xi Jinping?

Ye gods! What were they thinking, letting Biden talk to Xi Jinping?

Xi Jinping wants to eat our lunch, the president said after talking...Read more

How Long Can President Biden Hide From Real News Conferences?

From the Right / John Kass /

How long will President Joe Biden’s handlers keep shielding him from White House news conferences? Just how long will the “Hide Biden” strategy last?

No modern president has gone this far into a term without holding a real news conference, according to The Associated Press. And of course, being The Associated Press, this is described as �...Read more

Teachers Union Boss in California Caught Taking Daughter to Private School Becomes Poster Boy for School Choice

From the Right / John Kass /

Who’s the woke white guy in dreadlocks in that viral video taking his daughter to in-person learning at a private school?

If you’re a parent in one of the many lockdown public school districts across the country where teachers unions dictate Democratic Party politics and refuse to “follow the science,” you know who it is. And if you don...Read more

Gov. Cuomo and the science of Political Decay

From the Right / John Kass /

“Follow the science” is what progressive Democrats demand when the science suits them.

And yet, like Pavlov’s salivating dog and the meat powder, a whiff of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo prompts a predictable, conditioned response: a barking chorus of “whatabout whatabout” Ted Cruz or other Republicans.

There are plenty of Republicans ...Read more

The Death of Rush Limbaugh Leaves a Gaping Hole in the Heart of Conservative America

From the Right / John Kass /

When conservative radio giant Rush Limbaugh died, it took only seconds for the vultures of the left to swoop down and begin picking at the public corpse.

Not all on the left did so. Some were gracious. But many were filled with glee and rapture that their great enemy was gone. I won’t begin to dignify them with a response. They reveal ...Read more

Democratic impeachment of Trump puts his 74 million voters on trial

From the Right / John Kass /

In their second impeachment of the man who is now no longer president, the Democrats fixed Donald Trump’s orange political head upon their rattle.

They waved it before a deeply divided nation and pronounced him a demon. On one level, it reminds me of the Native American sorcerer in the movie “Black Robe,” who castigates his rival as a ...Read more

Erasing classic literature for kids

From the Right / John Kass /

When I was a boy about 11, I committed a crime that changed my life.

I stole a book. I was a book thief.

I found it in another kid’s desk and began reading, hiding it behind some boring textbook, and couldn’t give it up.

And when the last bell rang, I hid it furtively under my jacket as if it were some rare, precious and struggling bird, ...Read more

If Biden and Democrats truly support ‘equity,’ why are they silent on school choice?

From the Right / John Kass /

This is National School Choice Week, and if there’s been one benefit to the pandemic lockdowns of public schools across the country it’s this:

American parents have realized they have a choice.

Because working from home, many have had to go to school, too, listening along to the laptop learning on the kitchen table.

They might not be “...Read more

Biden calls for an end to ‘uncivil war,’ but will he defend free speech?

From the Right / John Kass /

As Joe Biden was sworn in as our 46th president, he delivered a simple yet eloquent speech about America’s “uncivil war” and preached unity to a politically divided nation.

“We must end this uncivil war that pits red against blue, rural versus urban, conservative versus liberal. We can do this if we open our souls instead of hardening ...Read more



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