(Helen Raleigh) Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the American people have been told to “follow the science.” Yet for a year and a half, they’ve heard contradicting messages from self-appointed prophets of “the science” like Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
(Leisa Audette) The comments below from Biden’s Pentagon Press Secretary will make Americans fume…
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(Jeffrey Folks) I listened to part of President Biden’s recent speech congratulating himself upon Senate passage of the $1.9-trillion infrastructure bill — a “bipartisan” plan that seventeen Republicans were foolish enough to support. The “Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act,” as it’s called, is a mammoth boondoggle laden with union favoritism and minority set-asides — the most corrupt piece of legislation yet, though overshadowed by the proposed $5-trillion American Families Act.
(Barbara H Whitfield) The only videos online that I enjoy watching right now are the ones at School Board Meetings where a parent gives an emotional plea to stop any semblance of Critical Race Theory from being incorporated into the school’s teaching plans. Some news outlets that are telling the truth are calling these parents “Mama Bears and Papa Bears.”
(Randy Boudreaux) Equity is equality of outcome among racial and ethnic groups. Recently, the pursuit of equity in education, criminal justice, and in the professions has resulted in an impressive string of victories.
(Thomas Buckley) It is often said that science and religion are polar opposites.
“Don’t know what bit me but my shoulder was on fire and swelling fast. Before picture ouch! After picture about 30 minutes later after applying Pure Body drops directly to sting, and taking Pure Body spray internally and externally.”—Lisa M.
(John Green) Prior to the second half of the 20th century, racism was a genuine problem in America. However, the civil rights movement of the 1960s focused attention on the issue. The peaceful protests of Martin Luther King provided clarity of message and the moral high ground. We made great progress. Prejudice against people of color became socially unacceptable. It became taboo — and that was a good thing.
(J. Robert Smith) The outcry has begun to impeach Joe Biden. He should be. Dan Bongino is noteworthy in making the call. And not for “light and transient causes,” to borrow from the Declaration of Independence. Not to stage show trials, like Pelosi, Schumer, and other Democrats did to Donald Trump.
(Barbara H Whitfield RT and Charles L Whitfield MD) There are two different American Populations right now: The first includes those who voted for Biden and the second group is the 75 million or more who voted for Trump and are “up in arms about the state of our Union.”
You’ve likely heard a word tossed about in the narrative of late that has you somewhat dumbfounded: transhumanism.
(Jack Cashill) Back when ESPN was watchable, I confess to having a petite faiblesse for Rachel Nichols. She was cute and congenial, and — unlike many females broadcasting male sports — she rarely pretended to know more than she did. These past weeks, however, Nichols has found herself embroiled in a petite scandale. Her transgression? Objecting to the professional mugging she received at the hand of ESPN’s “diversity” goons.
(Patrick Howley) Video evidence seems to contradict a report from The Spectator and others.
(Jeff M. Lewis) On 17 August 1955, President Dwight D. Eisenhower prescribed a Code of Conduct for members of the Armed Forces of the United States. The purpose was to inform each service member in a combat unit about their basic responsibilities when engaged in combat or if they were captured by enemy forces. Of the six articles, the first and sixth articles are particularly powerful reminders about the Armed Forces’ mission and the dedication each member requires to complete that mission:
(Carmine Sabia) Former Attorney General William Barr has completed his backstabbing of President Donald Trump in a new book by ABC reporter Jon Karl.
(S. Christopher Michaels) Newsmax released an article this week that gives voice to further distrust of America’s once-premiere law enforcement agency. The column was based on a series of questions and concerns presented by Representative Matt Gaetz (R-FL) regarding the still murky details around the January 6th storming of the Capitol building. Two questions lobbed at the FBI are both haunting and disheartening: