How scientific are those who constantly cite “science” as the basis for dictating our lives?
The Prohibition era of the 1920s and early ‘30s and the War on Drugs of the last 50 years show that outright prohibitions and bans on alcohol and drugs of all kinds fail to curtail use of the banned substance.
Gavin Newsom’s overwhelming victory in California’s recall vote is a warning to Republicans to change their strategies and platform if they want to succeed in the mid-term elections.
George Washington is known as “the indispensable man.” Smash cut to 2021, and it seems Gen. Mark Milley has stolen that moniker, not for successes, but in spite of failures.
Getting and sustaining a tight grip on crime is no easy task for police chiefs in major urban areas, and the nation’s capital is no exception.
Congressional Democrats are desperate to find ways to pay for their proposed $3.5 trillion budget bill currently before Congress.
Americans have seen some troubling incidents throughout the U.S. power grid in recent years.
2021 is a bad year for proponents of multilateralism.
Are you familiar with the word “devout?” It’s most commonly used in a phrase like “She was a devout Catholic.” As a matter of fact, if you go to the dictionary and look it up, that is the very example that they use.