The Democratic Party has gone totally nuts. They won't support better protection for our southern border, they won't support deportation of illegal aliens, and they propose to give citizenship to the illegals already here, which only entices more illegals to break through, same as it did the last time they offered the deal. Shares
When any citizen files their tax forms, they are subject to IRS scrutiny that can lead to fines and/or criminal charges. Shares
Venezuela is in crisis. Under the socialist regimes of Hugo Chavez and Nicolas Maduro, a nation that in the 1950s was the wealthiest in South America, with vast oil reserves, is now in total poverty. Shares
Do you find it odd that almost up to the point that the Mueller report was released, John Brennan, former head of the CIA, said there would be other indictments? Shares
Anti-Semitism flourishes on both the far right and the far left ("Pittsburgh mourns with Jewish community, says 'hatred will never win out,'" Web, Oct. 28). On the right are the neo-Nazis and their European-style traditional racism. They are small in number and are mostly inconsequential today. Shares
By Peter Vincent Pry
After the recent North Korea-South Korea summit, suspension of nuclear and missile tests by the North anticipating an unprecedented meeting with a U.S. president, and after President Trump's successful meeting with French President Macron on the Iran nuclear deal, expectations among many are soaring. Shares
By Robert Charles
Hope is hard to see in current U.S.-Russia relations. Talk abounds of a second Cold War. The phrase, however, misunderstands history. The way forward with Russia is complex, but worth the effort. Peace may emerge from shades of gray. Shares
Federal Election Commission (FEC) records indicate that the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign illegally laundered $84 million. Yet mainstream media took no notice. Shares
There's an old story about the man who posted a classified ad in the newspaper about his missing dog: "LOST: Male dog, has one eye, mangled left ear, paralyzed hind leg, has been neutered. Answers to the name Lucky." Shares
By Gary Anderson
We haven't heard much about Afghanistan in the news lately. Occasionally, an American will be killed, or there will be a bombing, but the current U.S. strategy of the "Afghanization" seems to have produced a stalemate that is not necessarily a bad thing. Shares
By Aryeh Spero
Many were elated and approved President Trump's speech last month in Warsaw, Poland acknowledging the central role Western civilization plays in defining who we are and what we believe. Shares
By Joseph Sullivan
We usually think of the culture wars as being a competition between the broad groups we currently call "progressives," and "conservatives," each of which has a general concept of a just society. Shares
By Hugh Shelton
In August, damning evidence was made public about those responsible for the biggest massacre of political prisoners since World War II. The massacre took place in Iran, now portrayed as being run by moderates.
The Democratic National Committee has offered its "deep and sincere apology" to Sen. Bernie Sanders ("DNC -- but not Wasserman Schultz -- offers 'sincere apology' to Sanders over leaked emails." Web, July 25). Like every other habitual criminal, the committee's feelings of remorse come right after being caught.
Civilization is at a crossroads. Shares Shares
Remember busing, that brilliant social experiment that was to usher in a new era of racial utopia in America? Undaunted by the failed socialist experiments of the 1980s, the Obama administration has recently implemented a new Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) rule designed to "desegregate" housing by withholding funds from communities that fail to demonstrate their projects "affirmatively further" fair housing.
As we stand about 20 months out from Election Day 2016, I have much to learn in terms of becoming both a better candidate and a better potential president of the United States. I do not take the opportunity lightly. Shares
Recently, I was temporarily placed on the Southern Poverty Law Center's watch list for extremism simply because I vocally support traditional marriage. I remember thinking: When did advocating for lifelong love between one man and one woman become a hate crime? Fortunately, the group saw the folly of its ways and apologized, removing me from the list.
The graphic pictures of a Jordanian pilot being burned alive by militants from the Islamic State, or ISIS, were chilling and raised doubts about the humanity of the Islamic terrorists capable of such barbarism. This coupled with beheadings and crucifixions gives us a better understanding of the evil we, along with the rest of the world, are facing.