Too much of the Biden administration now comes down to self-righteous compassion and fiddle-faddle analysis without a hint of wisdom, or even of common sense. A recent example — with more to be reviewed — is an absurd decision to strip U.S. pharmaceutical companies of a patent that, like so …

Thanks to the beneficence of the Internal Revenue Service — and the fallout from COVID-19 — we half of Americans who pay federal income taxes have been given until Monday to file.

Today we are taking a new look at Liz Cheney’s latest performance of “Profiles in Courage” leadership. In any political era we have ever known, pundits would be fast-typing flourishing predictions that we may have just witnessed Chapter One in a book titled: “The Making of America’s First Wo…

The Central Intelligence Agency is always looking to recruit new agents and advertising is one way it has done so in the past. The difference this time is in a newly created series of recruitment videos that reflect the spirit of the age in which we live, rather than appealing to abilities a…

Every four years, a sparse array of local and state contests in the aftermath of a presidential election provides a challenge for politicians and pundits seeking variations in the nation’s political trends.

The contrast between President Joe Biden’s first address to Congress last Wednesday night and the Republican response delivered by Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C.. reminded me of another occasion between one long-winded and another profound speaker.

The state of Virginia, which used to be reliably red and mostly conservative, is providing more evidence of an increasingly blue and liberal hue.

“Power to the People” was a chant used by antiwar and civil rights protesters in the ‘60s. John Lennon wrote a song with that title in 1971. The idea flowed from the preamble to the U.S. Constitution which begins, “We the people.”

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