Final Jeopardy for Chuck Schumer and Impeachment

While watching “Jeopardy” the other night, I had a fantasy. Suppose Alex Trebek had a Final Jeopardy category called “The Ultimate Impeachment Hypocrite”? Here’s how I thought it might go. Trebek: “We go first to Joe, who is in third place, and he wrote, ‘Who is Bill Clinton?’” “No, that’s wrong, but a good guess. Clinton did […]

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Transgender Athletes Playing Competitive Sports Was a Rising Policy Issue in 2019

The year 2019 saw an uptick in male athletes besting females in female-only sports, citing their transgender identity. Now, lawmakers in three states—Washington, Tennessee, and Georgia—have proposed legislation that would place restrictions on transgender athletes in sports. Might legislation quell this new wave of transgender activism and make sports fair again? The Tennessee Star reports […]

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Climate Change Protesters’ Traffic Tie-Ups Are No Way to Win Friends or Influence People

The environmental zealots who regularly take to the streets of the nation’s capital for climate change protests clearly have never read Dale Carnegie’s classic self-help bestseller “How to Win Friends and Influence People.”  That’s evident from the demonstrations the global warming alarmists stage at downtown D.C. intersections during morning rush hours, unapologetically snarling traffic and […]

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Supporting Medicare for All Isn’t Pro-Life

Christian social teaching tells us to look after the needy and the impoverished, and this certainly includes matters of health and illness. Because of this, American conservatives, who are in large part Christian, often are criticized for opposing the specific policy prescriptions of the left such as single-payer health care. In particular, pro-life advocates are […]

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These Former Intelligence Chiefs Fit Perfectly Into Our Media Advocacy Culture

Former FBI Director James Comey and Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, former CIA Director John Brennan, and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper have lots of things in common. One, they ran the nation’s key intelligence and investigatory agencies under President Barack Obama. They were deeply involved in the “Russian collusion” hoax. And they participated […]

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Staying Safe and Keeping the Season Bright

As much as we’d like to relax and just enjoy the holiday season—the shopping, the music, the tastes, and the scents—we unfortunately must not lose sight, even for a minute, of the threat posed by terrorism. On Black Friday—the traditional opening of the Christmas shopping season—the world witnessed its 58th terrorist stabbing attack in London, […]

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Understanding Democrats’ March Toward Electoral Defeat

After months of false starts and threats and endless posturing, Donald Trump has joined Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton, becoming the third American president impeached by the House of Representatives. Democrats started promising to do this before the president was elected. Still, it feels kind of weird, surprising, surreal even, that it actually happened. Why? […]

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For Taxpayers, College Football Remains a Guilty Pleasure at Christmastime

With Christmastime comes college football’s bowl season, with games all day, nearly every day. Starting last Friday with Buffalo against Charlotte in the Bahamas (1,235 miles from Buffalo, 733 miles from Charlotte), college football graces the airwaves until Jan. 6. After two straight weeks of football, viewers will get a seven-day break until the national […]

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