John Hawkins, The only thing worse than never achieving your dreams is to achieve all of them and then have no idea what to do next. That’s the dilemma Americans face today, even though most of us don’t realize it. We became the richest, strongest, most advanced nation in history. We turned the tide in
Rachel Alexander, We complain about how biased the so-called mainstream media is, but what do we do about it? CNN, MSNBC, NBC, ABC and CBS dominate TV news. The New York Times and The Washington Post dominate print media. Everywhere you turn you can’t escape their presence. CNN is carried in far more markets than
Ann Coulter, Apparently, the GOP is now the party of CHILD MOLESTATION! At least the media tell me that’s the meaning of President Trump’s endorsement of Senate candidate Roy Moore. Are we allowed to mention that Moore denies the charges? It’s hard to disprove accusations from 40 years ago — that’s why we have statutes
Derek Hunter, Dear Mr. President, It’s been a while since I’ve written. But I feel like maybe there are some things the people around you aren’t telling you, so I thought I’d put them down here in the hope you’d read them. First, the media is freaking out over your tweets about Joe and Mika.
A hacker claiming to have the upcoming season of Netflix’s hit series “Orange is the New Black,” is demanding the video streaming service pay an unspecific ransom to avoid the premature release of the series. The hacker, who goes by the name The Dark Overlord, has allegedly uploaded the first episode to an illegal file-sharing
Michael Reagan, I admit I clearly was not born with the patience gene. As a kid my mother was always saying to me, “Patience, patience, patience.” Today my wife Colleen is always saying the same thing,”Mike. Patience, patience.” It’s no use. For example, when I go to a movie I hate standing in line. It’s
Cal Thomas, Tony Hall served in Congress for nearly 24 years, representing Ohio’s 3rd District. The Democrat left in 2002 to serve as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture, appointed by President George W. Bush. Hall laments how corrosive contemporary politics has become and tells me he couldn’t get
Frank Camp, On Friday, legal scholar, author, and conservative radio/TV host Mark Levin ripped House Republicans over their failed attempt to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Taking to Facebook, Levin published a short, but incredibly powerful message, aimed mostly at Speaker of the House Paul Ryan: “Mr. Ryan, you continue with your mantra, that
Alan Dershowitz, A recent panel discussion regarding the Trump travel ban was infected by the bigotry of one of the participants. The host, Don Lemon, called on former prosecutor John Flannery to express his views on the decision of a federal judge to stay the order. This was Flannery’s response: “…Here’s Trump saying that we
Mark Davis, Media suspensions have always fascinated me. In four decades of broadcasting, I’ve seen people benched for offenses large and small, and I’ve usually found the suspensions are not so much a sincere reflection of an employer’s genuinely wounded sensibilities, but rather a positioning statement designed to send a message to the general public.
Cal Thomas, “No government ever voluntarily reduces itself in size. Government programs, once launched, never disappear. Actually, a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth!” — Ronald Reagan President Trump presents his first budget to Congress today (Thursday). It is, as The Washington Post points out, “historic”
Hours after a much-touted MSNBC “scoop” revealed part of President Trump’s 2005 tax returns — and in the process, undermined the left’s speculation that he was a tax dodger — the commander-in-chief fired back Wednesday morning with another volley of barb-laden tweets. Though Trump was set to hit the road for a stop in Detroit