President Joe Biden has appointed a robust new team of antitrust enforcers, and the big tech monopolies are now facing a comeuppance the likes of which we haven’t seen since the break-up of the oil, rail and steel trusts.
It has been quite a transition for America, from being the world’s self-sufficient No. 1 oil producer to begging horrible foreigners to pump more fossil fuels.
Way back in 2015, after reality show talk show host Donald Trump announced he was running for president, Democrats were ecstatic.
Holiday revelers are having little trouble finding live, musical and dramatic performances around the country this year.
Last Tuesday, Erick Tiegs, 16, returned home from the hospital. He was the final student discharged after being struck with an SUV while marching in Waukesha, Wisconsin’s annual Christmas parade last month.
If believing that we have no king in America but rather all authority rests in “we the people” makes me right-wing, I guess I’m guilty as charged.
As a candidate, Joe Biden promised Americans that he would bring about a swift end to the coronavirus pandemic.
One of my favorite findings about liberals — now called progressives — is that they always go too far.
The health of our citizenry has traditionally been a matter exclusively within the purview of the states.