How can a society survive when truth is banned, when its media are complicit, when its educational institutions preach falsehoods, when its government is corrupt, when its adult members care more for public opinion – and their own sexual gratification – than they do the health of its children? The short answer is, it cannot.
The Biden White House is furiously trying to cajole Congressional Republicans into signing off on his $2 trillion "Infrastructure Bill." It includes $1 trillion-plus in spending for fake infrastructure – like subsidies for wind, solar and electric vehicle manufacturers . So far they've held firm in saying not just no, but "hell, no" to all the new taxes pay for all this.
Last Friday, President Joe Biden released his long awaited “go big or go home” $6 trillion federal budget proposal. What Biden's proposing is a gargantuan expansion of federal spending & borrowing, exploding deficits & national debt with a high risk of inflation – all in order to have an economic growth rate that's lower than that of the previous administration?
The irony is overwhelming. Democrats in Washington, D.C. have been trying to kill the Senate filibuster because it provides Republicans a tool to halt their "remake America as we know it" efforts. Yet what are state level Democrats doing in Texas? They walked off the House Floor in Austin Sunday evening to halt a Republican initiative.
In his Memorial Day remarks at Arlington Cemetery yesterday, President Joe Biden warned the crowd, “Democracy itself is in peril – Here at home and around the world.” Well, yes, President Biden, clearly American liberty and our national security are in grave peril – and here's why you are either clueless, or complicit in what threatens us.
Unless we want to depend on foreign adversaries to feed our families and the growing demand around the world, its in our best economic and national security interest to support the American Farmer & Rancher. Vilifying the Cattle Industry as a major climate change contributor is intellectually dishonest & absurd. Here's why products of national importance must be made in the U.S.
The declining margins of victory for Republicans in Texas is reportedly due to changes in demographics, but the bigger reason is the increased exploitation of Early & Mail-In Voting by the Democrat machine in the Lone Star state. The Republican-controlled Texas legislature is wrapping up its biennial session this weekend, and the nation is watching to see if it enacts true election reform.
One of my early memories – and not a happy one – is sitting in gas lines in the 1970s. My parents would rustle me out of bed early on frigid February mornings and we'd pack into the Ford and speed over to the gas station. Something terribly wrong was going on in our country back then. Make no mistake: the 84-cent-per-gallon price hike of today is a highly regressive "tax" on America's motorists.
The lightbulb has gone off. Biden's only been president for a little over 100 days, and he supposedly got the most votes of any candidate in history. He should be wildly popular right now, considering we're still in the "honeymoon phase." Instead, Americans have turned on him – here's why?
“Paid leave is infrastructure. Child care is infrastructure. Caregiving is infrastructure,” declared Democrat Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York. Education is now part of "Infrastructure." Taxes are also part of "Infrastructure." Fighting "Climate Change" with a new a “Civilian Climate Corps” is infrastructure. Even "bipartisanship" is "Infrastructure," right? Isn’t building bridges easier than that?
The Olympics might not happen this year (again), but the "Woke" Olympics are continuing unabated. The latest entrant to the competition is the Vice-President of the United States, Kamala Harris. Only in a "Woke" World can you both be “Asian American” and “Indian American.” Most people recognize the difference between the ethnicities & cultures in India – and all of Asia.
When anyone flies into the United States from abroad – landing at, say, Atlanta Hartsfield or Chicago O'Hare or LAX in Los Angeles – the U.S. government demands that every single person present documents showing he or she has a legal right to enter the country. Would anyone advocate scrapping that system, letting anyone and everyone enter with or without documents? Of course not.
Everyone knows someone who is horrible with money; some friend or acquaintance who is always up to their neck in credit card debt no matter how much money they earn. Sadly, rather than remove these people from our lives, we’ve elected them to Congress – and they keep sticking us with the check. Here's a tiny slice of our pie they’re divvying up?
A host of Joe Biden's domestic policy issue will have enduring, adverse socio-economic consequences. But his blunders in foreign and defense policy are far more likely to have immediate and long-lasting consequences for the American people. Here's why.
Her failure is not because she doesn’t like Donald Trump, that's the least important part of this whole drama, but because she can’t do the job. Her job is to hold the House Republicans together and advance the Republican agenda. She can’t do it, and it’s all her fault. Here's why, short of that, she’s continuing to aid Democrats.
With the click of a button, anyone – world leaders, activists, news outlets, and the average user – has the power to transmit the latest, bleeding-edge information, ideas, and news instantaneously.
Presiding over the Texas Senate, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has identified a bill by Sen. Brandon Creighton as one of his priorities for this Legislative Session. Its an effort that gives Texans good reason to hope that the days of Big Tech Companies manipulating online political speech are numbered, and should be acted upon.
The media sets the “everybody in America loves Joe Biden” narrative, they then commission an “Americans overwhelmingly support President Biden’s agenda” poll to prove their narrative, which is then used by the White House to justify their “we have the vast majority of American support” initiatives. Wash, rinse and repeat.