Our Growing China Problem

By Jeff Lukens The People’s Republic of China is an existential threat to the national security, health, and prosperity of the United States.  Communist China has viewed the U.S. as its primary enemy since its founding by Mao Zedong in 1949.  For Beijing, the idea of the Chinese people embracing American-style freedoms is always a threat […]

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Biden gives cartel human-smugglers an ‘assist’ by handing out free hotel rooms to illegal migrants

By Monica Showalter Well, that was deluxe. After riding through Mexico under car seats, inside sweltering trucks, stuffed in packed trunks, shimmying through rat-infested tunnels, crossing rivers, and on the tops of trains, illegal migrant families (or “families”) who make it illegally across to the states get free hotel rooms, courtesy of Joe Biden and the U.S. […]

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The Battle of Burbank

By Clarice Feldman It’s believed the Battle of Lexington and Concord was the fight that set off the American Revolution. While a battle at Burbank, California has received less notice, to me it is inspiring — a community’s refusal to bow to petty, irrational, and illegal bullying. The story is fully recounted by Robert Morton and I urge you […]

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Democrats Open Borders Policies Believed To Be Cause Of Child Sex Trafficking Ring

Leaders of a child sex trafficking ring were arrested in connection to operating a sex trafficking ring, which ran out of multiple business fronts including spas, fashion and skincare-focused stores allegedly owned by a single family in southern California, officials announced. The trafficking ring rotated smuggled women and girls between businesses across various California counties. […]

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There Is No Such Thing as “White” Math

I naively believed that STEM would be spared from the ideological takeover. I was wrong, says Princeton professor Sergiu Klainerman. Sergiu Klainerman I am not at all qualified to introduce today’s guest writer, Sergiu Klainerman. I barely eked out a B+ in high school calculus, while Sergiu is a professor of mathematics at Princeton who […]

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The U.S. Economy Is Rigged

By Milton Ezrati Though the populist tide seems to have ebbed, it will rise again, and soon.  The problem that ignited populist sentiment in the first place, whether on the left or the right, remains: the country’s economic and financial system has failed much of the population and is rigged to the benefit of a government-business […]

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Children need Protection from Transgender Activists

By Wen Wryte Transgender ideology is a threat to children, and also to their right to childhood.  Childhood should be a time of innocence and learning to grow into an emotionally well-adjusted, intellectually competent, morally capable adult.  Transgender activists seek to sexualize and politicize children long before puberty, telling them they have a right to transition even though […]

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Eviction Moratorium Ruled Unconstitutional

by Michael Snyder Ever since last summer, a federal moratorium on evictions has prevented landlords from evicting millions of tenants that are behind on their rent payments.  This moratorium has caused extreme financial distress for many landlords, but it has also kept us from witnessing millions upon millions of Americans being thrown out into the cold […]

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If nobody’s home, who called out the Syria airstrike?

By Monica Showalter Seven weeks into his presidency, senile Joe Biden surprised many by calling in a Syria airstrike. Which was puzzling, given that there seemed to be no immediate threat. And that’s just for starters. It was billed as a strike on pro-Iran militants stationed in the region, and in retaliation for an earlier strike of theirs […]

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