Although some may claim otherwise, President Donald Trump has been working hard to fix an economy in desperate need of a spark of growth. Since the November presidential election, the economy has been on fire; there are several objective indicators that prove the economy is finally on a far more significant upswing than it […]
Proposal 2 may seem like a common-sense administrative change, but it could impose some burdens on small towns that deserve to be highlighted.
Making the registration process accessible is important, but people should show at least some initiative.
Any discussion of gun control must be based on the presumption that Americans have a right to firearm ownership, lest it produces useless prescriptions.
Writer and political commentator Andrew Klavan sardonically dismisses the opinion section of The New York Times as “Knucklehead Row.” Klavan may often have a point, but “Knucklehead Row” occasionally produces excellent journalism. One particularly perspicacious piece was the recent “New York’s Hottest Club Is the Catholic Church.” In a compelling guest essay, Julia Yost remarks […]
The announcement of British prime minister Boris Johnson’s pending resignation on July 7 came as a surprise to few, as demissions from some 50-plus members of his government made clear that Johnson’s swansong had come along. His premiership, which will last a shade over three years when all is said and done, may be spoken […]
Though the Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health took top billing this term, the court issued another important decision this month: In a 6–3 decision, the court ruled that Coach Joe Kennedy had been unfairly disciplined after offering prayers onfield after football games. Kennedy, who was fired from his coaching position at […]
This February, which is also Black History Month, there is a vacancy on the United States Supreme Court. Justice Stephen Breyer, who has been sitting on the Court for nearly 30 years, announced his retirement a few weeks ago – giving President Biden his first opportunity to fill a vacancy on the nation’s highest court. […]
Some say the third time’s the charm. Former U.S. Army Captain John James certainly thinks so, having announced his candidacy a few weeks ago for the U.S. House of Representatives serving Michigan’s newly-formed 10th district. Making his third attempt at a congressional seat, James believes that he and the Republican Party have the answer to […]