Their duty was to serve. Ours is to remember
On Memorial Day, our nation comes together to honor the courageous American warriors who poured out their last full measure of devotion in defense of our freedom.
America, the faithless: Only half in nation now certain God exists
The latest General Social Survey, conducted by NORC, the research arm of the University of Chicago, found only half of Americans say they’re certain God exists. In a country where rights come from God, and government is only in place to protect those inherent birth rights and liberties, this finding spells doom.
Biden wants conservation to trump utilization of Western states’ public lands
Public lands in the great American West could go south if President Biden has his way.
American leadership in the East Africa is helping stabilize the region
Kenya is a democratic outpost in a very bad neighborhood. The raging conflict in Sudan is one of many challenges faced by a continent that will be home to one out of every four people on Earth by 2050.
DeSantis’ new MAGA: Make America glitchy again
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced his campaign for president Wednesday night on Twitter in a bubble bath of warm questions and surrounded by friends.
Why I, #467, was banned from Russia
On Friday, May 19, the Putin regime’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs banned me from entering the Russian Federation.
Americans side with House GOP in debt limit fight
The ongoing argument over raising the limit on America’s credit card has revealed a gigantic gulf between people in the real world and Democrats and their allies in the media.
Biden’s America: We deserve better leadership
President Biden’s America is filled with chaos. Despite what the media may be telling us, people see the daily disarray caused by the president’s policies — and it’s time we call them out.
Stars on the wall at CIA headquarters tell Memorial Day tale
The CIA’s Memorial Wall is in the lobby of the Original Headquarters Building.