Mutiny on the Potomac

By: Jeff Crouere The world is witnessing a political mutiny that is unprecedented in the annals of American history. Donald Trump was duly and overwhelmingly elected President of the United States on Tuesday November 8, 2016. He received the votes of almost 63 million Americans, the highest total ever for a Republican Party presidential candidate.…

Competing to Glamorize Abortion

By:    Brent Bozell The website Deadline reports that there are not one but two movie projects attempting to glorify an underground abortion collective in Chicago that operated in the four years before the 1973 Roe v. Wade court decision legalizing abortion. One radical feminist at the Jezebel blog proclaimed this was a wonderful development “in…

The Trump Budget

By: John Stossel Remember President Trump’s “terrible” budget cuts? “Promises Little but Pain,” warned The New York Times. “Harsh and shortsighted,” cried The Washington Post. Then Congress passed a budget. President Trump signed it. Do you notice the “pain”? I follow the news closely, but until I researched this column, I didn’t know that Congress…

Can a Conservative Conduct an Orchestra?

By: Dennis Prager Most Americans are at least somewhat aware of what is happening at American (and European) universities with regard to conservative speakers. Universities disinvite conservative speakers, never invite them or allow the violent (or threatened violent) prevention of them. No non-left-wing idea should be permitted on campus. But we may have hit a…

Democrats Recycle Dilapidated Message

By: Susan Stamper Brown It is going to take more than recycling a worn-out message with shiny new paper and presenting it wearing wrinkly, dress-down clothes to attract the folks in flyover country. Nevertheless, that’s what they did, when three has-beens, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren arrived…