Monday marks Memorial Day, a national observance first known as Decoration Day. The first Memorial Day was observed on May 30, 1868, on the orders of General John Logan, commander of the Grand Army of the… Read More
The Left vs. Reality
During the Cold War, which Ronald Reagan helped to win, virtually everything that our military recommended and that Reagan wanted to do was opposed by the left in Europe and America.
Fortunately, the strong leadership of Reagan, Margaret Thatcher and Pope John Paul II was… Read More
Impeachment vs. Infrastructure
President Trump and Democrat leaders were scheduled to discuss a big infrastructure plan at the White House today. That meeting never happened.
It fell apart this morning after… Read More
No Laughing Matter
Comedian Jim Carrey is a funny guy on the big screen. But give the man a paintbrush and he starts to act like something out of a horror movie.
Carrey recently shared… Read More
Immigration & Assimilation
The White House has released a fact sheet on President Trump's new immigration reform plan. You can read it… Read More
Trump's Immigration Plan
I was honored to be back at the White House today for the unveiling of President Trump's immigration reform plan. As part of the president's unofficial faith advisory group, I have had some input into… Read More
Honoring Fallen Heroes
Today the country observes National Peace Officers Memorial Day to honor the law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty over the past year. If you noticed flags in your community flying at half-staff today, that's why.
Sadly, we are adding… Read More
Durham vs. The Deep State
Drug stores in deep state neighborhoods around Washington, D.C., reported a run on Maalox last night after news broke that Attorney General William Barr had appointed Connecticut U.S. Attorney… Read More
The UN was up to its old tricks this week – bashing Israel. At an “informal” Security Council meeting called by Kuwait, Indonesia and South Africa the Council gathered to condemn the building of homes for Israeli Jews in Judea and Samaria. Israel was not invited to speak. We join Jason Greenblatt… Read More
A Contrived Crisis
Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee approved a contempt of Congress citation against Attorney General William Barr. The citation was approved along party lines and was based on Barr's refusal to comply with a subpoena demanding the release of the full, unredacted Mueller report.… Read More
News broke late yesterday of another terrible school shooting in Colorado. One student was killed and eight were injured. I am curious as to why we haven't heard more or why we aren't hearing the usual demands for gun control that often follow these tragic events.
There's… Read More
The House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote tomorrow morning on a contempt citation against Attorney General William Barr.
As I have noted before, the left's over-the-top efforts to smear… Read More
It is a well-established fact that Palestinian children are taught to hate Israeli Jews from a very young age. Some… Read More
The Trump economy is chugging along -- 263,000 new jobs were created last… Read More
Barr Turns The Tables
Attorney General William Barr was scheduled to testify before the House Judiciary Committee today. But he declined to appear.
For some reason, House Democrats insisted on having committee lawyers question Barr. … Read More
Mueller vs. Barr
Attorney General William Barr testified today before the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding his oversight of the Mueller report.
Conveniently, less than 24 hours before… Read More
Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi met with President Trump today to discuss an infrastructure deal. Infrastructure, if done right, is a good deal all around. And I don't mean Obama's not-so-shovel ready stimulus projects.
Everyone knows we need… Read More
Poway Synagogue Shooting
On the last day of Passover, a 19 year-old filled with hate entered the Chabad of Poway synagogue, north of San Diego, and opened fire. The Poway attack came six months to the day after the attack on the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh.
… Read More
The Trump economy continues to defy expectations. First quarter economic growth came in at 3.2%, beating expectations of 2.5%. According to … Read More
Former Vice President Joe Biden ended months of speculation and formally announced his candidacy for president this morning via video. He joins an extremely crowded field of Democrat candidates that includes:… Read More
Trump Fights Back
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election. He has submitted his report to Attorney General William Barr, who made the report available to the public and to members of Congress.
Mueller found no evidence of… Read More
Like many of you, Carol and I were getting ready to go to church Sunday when we heard the horrific news of yet another Islamic supremacist attack against defenseless Christians, this time in Sri Lanka.
By this morning,… Read More
Chag Sameach – A Joyous Festival
Today is a special day when the Jewish and Christian holidays of Passover and Good Friday coincide. The two pillars of Western Civilization – the Jewish and Christian faiths – will celebrate the God of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Jesus.
Jews all over the world… Read More
The Mueller Report: Trump Cleared
As you know, Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report has been released to Congress and posted online. You can read it… Read More
As we reported recently, Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) created quite a stir when she spoke at a fundraising dinner for the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). She flippantly dismissed the atrocities of 9/11 by saying that "some people did something."
Many Americans were… Read More
A Miracle & A Warning
It's nothing short of a miracle that the edifice of Notre Dame largely survived yesterday's catastrophic fire. Not everything could be saved, but much of the cathedral's historic artwork and its most… Read More
Notre Dame Burns
It is heartbreaking today to see flames engulf the historic… Read More
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