From the Right



Biden Wants To Cut Funding for 'Border Security Assets and Infrastructure' by 96%

President Joe Biden has now revealed there is at least one area in which he is a fiscal conservative: When it comes to providing the infrastructure needed to secure the border, he wants to spend far less than the government currently spends.

His administration has presented Congress with a Department of Homeland Security budget proposal that ...Read more

Illegal Aliens Convicted of Homicide Return to the US

In June, the U.S. attorney's office for the district of Arizona charged six individuals who had previously been convicted of homicide in the U.S. with illegally reentering the country.

This statistic -- published in the U.S. attorney's monthly report on immigration and border crimes -- shines a revelatory light on our justice system and our ...Read more

What Type of Speech will Biden Ask Facebook to Suppress Next?

"They're killing people."

That was the simple declarative sentence President Joe Biden uttered in response to a question a reporter asked him as he left the White House on Friday.

"On COVID misinformation, what's your message to platforms like Facebook?" the reporter had shouted as the president was walking toward Marine One.

Biden turned and...Read more

The Federal Government Spent $19,762 Per Capita in FY2020

Two years after World War I ended -- in fiscal 1920 -- the federal government spent approximately $6,358,000,000, according to Historical Table 1.1 published by the White House Office of Management and Budget.

At the same time, it collected approximately $6,649,000,000 in taxes -- and ran a surplus of $291,000,000.

When that federal spending ...Read more

Barrett, Kavanaugh and Roberts Betrayed a Woman of Faith

Can Barronelle Stutzman, a Christian, run her flower shop in keeping with her faith?

The Supreme Court -- with determinative votes cast by Chief Justice John Roberts and Justices Amy Coney Barrett and Brett Kavanaugh -- has effectively decided she cannot.

"My faith is a part of every aspect of my life," Stutzman said in a sworn statement ...Read more

The Greatest Act of Courage

Master Sergeant Leo P. Day, who had served 16 years in the U.S. Army and was then stationed at the Presidio, went out that evening after dinner.

He stood on the cliff overlooking Baker Beach and surveyed the scene with his binoculars.

To his right stood the Golden Gate Bridge and the majestic headlands of Marin. To his left, the posh ...Read more

A Timid and Temporary Defense of the Free Exercise of Religion

"This decision might as well be written on the dissolving paper sold in magic shops."

So wrote Justice Samuel Alito in the concurring opinion he filed last week in a case that pitted the City of Philadelphia against Catholic Social Services (CSS).

The court voted 9-0 in favor of CSS. But the arguments presented were far from unanimous.

Chief ...Read more

Biden Wants to Make Catholics Pay for Murder

St. John Paul II -- speaking for the Catholic Church -- stated plainly that abortion is murder.

"The moral gravity of procured abortion is apparent in all its truth if we recognize that we are dealing with murder and, in particular, when we consider the specific elements involved," he wrote in "Evangelium Vitae."

"The one eliminated is a human...Read more

Will Biden Nullify This Founding Principle?

Who should control taxation in America? The American citizens who live and work here or politicians who live somewhere else?

That question seemed to be settled in 1783 when Great Britain ended its war to stop the United States from becoming an independent nation.

Our revolution was precipitated by the British Parliament's repeated efforts to ...Read more

Biden Plans to Reduce the Deficit -- in 2030

Americans, President Joe Biden's budget proposal suggests, should not worry that he plans to significantly increase federal deficits over the next eight years.

Why? Because he intends to begin reducing them -- but not eliminating them -- nine years from now.

Of course, even if the now 78-year-old Biden were to run for reelection in 2024 and ...Read more

This Should Bug You More Than Cicadas

A reasonable person living in the United States over the past seventeen years might have been occasionally tempted to emulate a type of cicada that lives in the regions around Washington, D.C.

This insect -- known as Brood X -- spends most of its 17 years sheltering underground.

When the soil grows warm enough in the spring of its final year, ...Read more

Will Roberts and Kavanaugh Stand With the Unborn or the Unjust?

Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh, both nominated by Republican presidents, have both written absurd opinions on abortion laws.

The case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health, which the Supreme Court will hear this year, could give them an opportunity to redeem themselves.

At issue in this case is a Mississippi law that bans ...Read more

They Failed To Coerce Americans out of Their Cars

Commuting by subway -- or some other form of public transportation -- and commuting by car epitomize two dramatically different lifestyles in the United States.

In the former, for example, an American might live in a high-rise building in a densely populated urban area. He rides an elevator to the street each morning and then descends via an ...Read more



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