New York’s solidly-Democratic state government recently passed one of the most radical pro-abortion bills in history, allowing abortions up to (and in some cases, even after) the moment of birth.
Listening to the Democratic leadership these days, I keep finding myself torn between anger at their refusal to act like adults and put the good of Americans before their party and pity that they have allowed mindless partisanship to reduce them to the point that they’ve become nearly incoherent.
It’s possible you’ve had a hard time this week keeping up with the shrill Democratic attacks on Attorney General Bill Barr...
Several Democratic Presidential hopefuls are promising “Medicare For All,” and when asked how to pay for it, they offer detailed responses such as Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s “You just pay for it! You’re paying more now!”
The limousine liberal powers-that-be at Google seem determined to force the government to declare the search engine a public utility and regulate it to keep it from censoring free speech.
George Washington High School, which is part of the San Francisco Unified School District, has voted to remove two 83-year-old murals depicting (ironically) the life of George Washington because of complaints that their depictions of African-American slaves working in the fields and a slain Native American in the West were offensive and might “traumatize” students and community members.
A new Gallup survey shows that church membership in America has plummeted 20 points since 1999 to just 50 percent.
Democrats fearful of what Attorney General William Barr might expose in his “investigation of the investigators” are unloading on him now with both barrels, and the media are helping them.
On Wednesday, Attorney General William Barr was in the hot seat at a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, where much of the focus was on an utterly stupid story that had just been reported in the Washington Post.
Sensational story on the eve of testimony...
Two Massachusetts district attorneys have filed a lawsuit to block federal ICE agents from entering courthouses to detain illegal aliens when they show up for various legal reasons.
Spies acquire information in large part by recruiting and developing assets, unwitting or not, usually for the long-term.
Struggling at a distant third in the Democratic Presidential polls, Sen. Kamala Harris looked around for something to demonize
American Enterprise Institute just released a study of the Green New Deal, breaking it down into separate policy proposals and assessing each by cost and effectiveness toward achieving the goal of “net zero carbon emissions” by 2050.
Joe Biden is learning that these days, the “permanent record” kids used to be threatened with is all too real, and his past is being used against him - not by his opponents but by those in his own party who don’t want him to be the nominee.
Didn’t like the offensive cartoon the New York Times ran about Benjamin Netanyahu, then yanked but didn’t apologize for, then finally said they were sorry about promoting anti-Semitism?
I hope you will join me in saying prayers of comfort and healing for the victims of Saturday’s shooting in the Chabad of Poway synagogue in Poway, California.
Weekends are often the time to catch up on reader comments.
President Trump, in a wide-ranging phone interview Thursday evening with Sean Hannity, made it clear that much will be revealed in the coming days about what was really going in Obama’s Justice Department and FBI, and perhaps higher.
In yesterday’s evening edition of my newsletter, I featured a particularly astute letter as “Reader Comment of the Day.” Today, because of something that has since made news, I’d like to look at the same letter in a brand new context. In just a matter of hours, it’s become even more timely.
Robert Mueller has ticked off a lot of people.
“...Having tried the President for treason and [seeing him] found not guilty, they now want to get him for shoplifting and execute him anyway.”
It’s been kind of sickening listening to the responses from Democrats to the Mueller report, which concluded that the Trump campaign did not “collude” with Russia and even that the Mueller team was not obstructed in its nearly two years of work.