We celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day on the third Monday of January -- this year, Jan. 17.
On Aug. 28, 1963, King delivered one of the great speeches in American history, popularly known as the "I Have a Dream" speech. It is a speech that must be dusted off and studied anew today, because it contains the very message that our nation ...Read more
As we await findings and conclusions of the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 attack, let's take a moment and do our own soul-searching about what is going on.
The House Select Committee is engaged in Washington's favorite pastime -- looking for whom to blame. The sidelight of this pastime is the pretense that things that are very ...Read more
One great mystery is the persistent refusal of those on the left to abandon what is clearly not true.
That is, that the means for reducing the burden of poverty is more government spending.
It all really started in the 1960s under President Lyndon B. Johnson. He declared in his State of the Union address in January 1964 an "unconditional war ...Read more
The saying, "One man with courage makes a majority" has been attributed by historians to different sources.
But regardless of who said it, there is one man who stands out today worthy of this description.
It's West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin.
Manchin has been a one-man show in the Democratic Party, standing often in solitude, holding feet-to-...Read more
Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, has served up a kind of Christmas present to the nation in the form of a new comprehensive policy book, issued by her organization Stand for America, serving up conservative solutions for our nation's many challenges -- domestic and foreign.
Conservatives get a bad rap that they just ...Read more
The Biden administration is hosting, in upcoming days, a "Summit for Democracy," in which 110 nations worldwide have been invited to participate in this global virtual event.
The U.S. State Department notes that the purpose is "setting forth an affirmative agenda for democratic renewal and to tackle the greatest threats faced by democracies ...Read more
The Supreme Court will hear this week Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization.
At issue is the law in Mississippi that bans abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy.
A decision finding the Mississippi law constitutional will fundamentally change the abortion regime in our country, defined by Roe v. Wade since 1973.
Roe said the mother has a ...Read more
It is ironic when Democrats complain about sensational use of language.
Thanks to progressives, practically every white person in America has been labelled a racist.
But now Democrats are screaming because Republican Sen. John Kennedy suggested that Saule Omarova, whom President Joe Biden has nominated to head the Office of the Comptroller of ...Read more
As Democrats regroup to try to pass their $2 trillion Build Back Better Act, pressure grows for shining the light of fiscal responsibility on all this.
Given President Joe Biden's crashing approval ratings, there is some hint that the American people smell a rat.
One sign of the smell of that rat is the alarming escalation of the rate of ...Read more
In a new USA Today/Suffolk University poll, President Joe Biden's approval is down to 38%. Which looks pretty good compared to Vice President Kamala Harris, whose approval now stands at 28%.
Democrats have just been reprimanded by voters, with the upset victory of Republican candidate and political novice Glenn Youngkin in the governor's race ...Read more
Rep. Cori Bush, a Democrat left-wing "squad" member in the House, attacked Democrat Sen. Joe Manchin for his opposition to the multitrillion-dollar Build Back Better Act.
Manchin is "anti-Black, anti-child, anti-woman and anti-immigrant," according to Bush because of his opposition to this megaspending welfare bill.
If Bush wants to identify ...Read more
The joke goes that a slip of the tongue for a politician means that they accidentally said what they actually believe.
Now Democrats are trying to clean up the mess created by Virginia Democratic candidate for governor, Terry McAuliffe, when he said in a debate on Sept. 28, "I don't think parents should be telling schools what they should teach...Read more