From the Right



A Law That Is Unchangeable

Does it matter how long theft has been prohibited? What about murder?

Do laws prohibiting these acts deserve less respect because they have stood for so long?

Of course not.

So, why did President Joe Biden -- in promoting his view that killing an unborn child should be legal -- insist on pointing out that an Arizona law that prohibits ...Read more

Chuck Schumer's $79 Million Week

Back on May 30, 2023, after then-Speaker Kevin McCarthy cut a deal with President Joe Biden to suspend any limit on the federal debt through all of 2024, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer praised the deal as an act of "responsible" government.

"Again, nobody got everything they wanted," said Schumer, "but this bill is the responsible and ...Read more

It's Time to Restore Fading Families

Utah, Idaho and Wyoming all share common borders and something else that matters more.

According to data the Census Bureau gathered in 2020, these were three of the four states that had the highest percentages of households headed by married couples of the opposite sex.

New Hampshire also ranked in the top four.

In 2020, 57.8% of the ...Read more

How Many Mountain Lions Are Too Many?

I saw it by accident.

I was sitting in the kitchen at my family's ranch in the high foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains -- not far from Yosemite National Park.

I got up to refill my water glass and looked out the window behind the kitchen sink. About a hundred yards away -- across an upward-sloping field of yellowed grass -- stood a ...Read more

Americans Are Leaving Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Chicago and Philadelphia

There is one competition where Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and Philadelphia are not beating other major locations in this country. It is in persuading people to stay there.

The Census Bureau this month released its estimates on the populations that each American county had as of July 1, 2023. In a release about this data, it included a ...Read more

Biden's 'Fiscally Responsible Ways'

President Joe Biden -- in his State of the Union address -- once again tried to present himself as a "fiscally responsible" president.

"And, by the way, the first couple of years, we cut the deficit," he said, according to the White House transcript of his speech.

"I've been delivering real results in fiscally responsible ways," he said. "We...Read more

Mayorkas, Biden and Our Unsecured Border

There seems to be at least one impenetrable barrier connected to this country's southwest border. It is the one that stands between Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and an accurate assessment of what is actually happening there.

In September 2020, the last month of that fiscal year, the Border Patrol encountered 54,771 aliens ...Read more

Where Public Schools Never Beat Catholic Schools

There is one area of competition where Catholic schools always beat public schools.

It is not in track and field. It is not in football or basketball. It is in the average scores for national reading and math assessment tests.

The National Center for Education Statistics, which is a part of the U.S. Department of Education, published a ...Read more

$113.6 Billion: Congress Appropriated 3 Times as Much in Response to Ukraine as Spent on Customs and Border Protection

From February 2022 to December 2023, Congress appropriated about three times as much money for its response to the conflict in Ukraine as the federal government spent on Customs and Border Protection.

Congress approved approximately $113.4 billion in spending related to the Ukraine conflict during this period, while the government spent only ...Read more

US Imported $427.2 Billion in Merchandise From Country Ruled by Genocidal, Communist Regime

The United States in 2023 imported $427.2 billion in merchandise from the People's Republic of China, a nation that the U.S. government reports is ruled by a communist regime that is engaging in genocide.

Because the United States exported only $147.8 billion in merchandise to China in 2023, according to the numbers published by the U.S. ...Read more

When the 49ers -- and Bob Dylan, Neil Young and the Grateful Dead -- Played on a High School Field

When I was a freshman and sophomore in high school -- before I was old enough to drive -- every weekday after football or track practice I would take a San Francisco municipal transit bus from my high school in the Sunset District to the corner of Haight and Stanyan streets.

That corner was the closest bus stop to St. Mary's Hospital, where ...Read more

Biden Declares All 'Endowed by Their Creator' With Right to Life -- And Abortion Must Be Legal

President Joe Biden seemed a little confused when he gave a speech at a church in South Carolina on Sunday.

First, he mistook the Declaration of Independence for the Constitution.

"The Bible teaches that we shall know the truth, and the truth shall set us free," Biden said, according to a White House transcript of his remarks. "Well, I think...Read more

Federal Civilian Employees in Kentucky Outnumber Border Patrol at US-Mexico Border

When John Modlin, the chief patrol agent for the Border Patrol's Tucson Sector, testified before the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability on Feb. 7, Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) asked him a straightforward question.

"How many agents roughly do you guys think that the Border Patrol needs right now?" she said.

"So, the Border Patrol is ...Read more



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