From the Right



1 in 10 US Households in 2019 Worth More Than $1.3 Million

Ten percent of the households in this country at the end of 2019 -- just before the COVID-19 pandemic hit -- had a net wealth of more than $1.3 million, according to a report published last month by the Census Bureau.

There were also definite patterns among households that had higher wealth and those that had less.

In fact, traditional ...Read more

Communist China Deserves To Be Disrespected

The American people last year bought $75 billion worth of cellphones manufactured in Communist China and $59 billion worth of computers.

We also bought more than $39 billion in Chinese-made toys and games, $24 billion in clothing and textiles and $19 billion in household appliances.

Over the course of the year, people in this country ...Read more

When Clinton, Biden and Schumer Defended Marriage Against Ted Kennedy

When Democratic Sen. Ted Kennedy of Massachusetts led the fight in 1996 to stop a federal law that would define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, he faced some prominent opponents in his own party.

They included then-Rep. Chuck Schumer of New York, then-Sen. Joe Biden of Delaware and then-President Bill Clinton.

The marriage ...Read more

The 'Handshake' Photo Taken Down at a Congressional Hearing

A congressional hearing on Tuesday was suddenly and dramatically interrupted -- by the chairwoman conducting it.

Her aim: Abort a Republican congressman's attempt to present the very first photo of a person who is now 22 years old.

The scene was the House Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations. The title of the hearing: "Roe Reversal: ...Read more

When Dick Durbin Defended the Right to Life

Dick Durbin was the man in charge.

It was Jan. 17, 1982, when the Springfield Right to Life Committee held its annual gathering at the Illinois Capitol to protest the Supreme Court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade.

As the master of ceremonies that day, Durbin presided over an event that opened with a prayer delivered by Bishop Joseph McNicholas ...Read more

An Unsecured Border Is a Mortal and Moral Hazard

It happened outside Brackettville, Texas, which sits about halfway between Uvalde and the border crossing at Del Rio.

This was a shooting you probably did not hear about -- in part, thankfully, because no one was hurt.

A U.S. Border Patrol agent was on a road that runs out of Brackettville when he saw a Chevrolet Suburban heading north. It was...Read more

Our Fundamental Rights Remain a Few Votes Shy of Cancellation

Did George Washington in his first act as president violate the first principle soon to be enshrined in the First Amendment?

Did the Congress that approved the First Amendment compel him to do so?

On April 7, 1789, three weeks before Washington was inaugurated, the Journal of the Senate reported that the Senate had ordered "a committee ... to ...Read more

Boston Banned a Christian Flag but Raised Anonther; a Communist One!

Not long after al Qaeda terrorists flew commercial jets into the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Northern Virginia, Major League Baseball teams started playing "God Bless America" in the seventh inning of their games.

Many of these games were played in stadiums owned by local governments.

Did that establish a religion?

In ...Read more

Biden Falsely Accuses Trump of His Own Greatest Offense!

As President Joe Biden was coming to the conclusion of his address at the AFL-CIO Convention on Tuesday, he made an inadvertently ironic observation.

"We're the most unique country in the world," he said. "We're organized on one notion. Every other country is organized based on ethnicity, religion, geography. But the United States is based on ...Read more

Pope Francis' Deal With Communist China Did Not Work

The deal Pope Francis made with Communist China did not work.

On Sept. 22, 2018, the Vatican released two statements about its dealings with this regime. One announced that Pope Francis had officially recognized seven bishops initially appointed by China's atheist government.

The other was called a "(c)ommunique concerning the signing of a ...Read more

Will America Remain Virtuous Enough to Be Free?

John Adams, who would soon surrender the presidency to Thomas Jefferson, ventured up to Capitol Hill on Nov. 22, 1800, to deliver the first-ever in-person presidential address in the not-yet-finished home of the United States Congress.

It was noon on a Saturday. What message did he deliver?

First, Adams congratulated the American people for ...Read more

Pelosi Should Convert to the Pro-life Cause

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has developed a habit of invoking her Catholic faith -- and often describing herself as a devout Catholic -- whenever she is called upon to discuss her support for the deliberate killing of unborn children.

On Jan. 22, 2015, a reporter for, where I am the editor, asked Pelosi about the humanity of a 20-...Read more

Liberate DC Children From Government Schools

In the 2018-2019 school year, the government-run schools in Washington, D.C., beat the government-run schools in every state in the union in at least one measurable category: They spent the most money per pupil.

That year, according to Table 236.75 published by the National Center for Education Statistics, the public elementary and secondary ...Read more



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