The report on the FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton's email scandal makes one thing clear: Top FBI officials involved in both that investigation and the Russian collusion investigation have bad memories.
It seems as if overnight the world has been consumed with a new movement calling for an end to the separation of immigrant children from their mothers at the border, but have we forgotten our own children?
Did you know the road to Narnia began in the trenches of France during World War I? Let me tell you about it.
Coinciding with the shocking suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain is the news from the CDC that the American suicide rate has risen by nearly 30 percent since 1999. Suicide has become the 10th leading cause of death, prompting a thorough soul searching by the American public. There are many reasons for this rise, including the opioid epidemic, adverse economic conditions, and growing rates of depression among young people. Expanding suicide prevention hotlines and mental health initiatives are laudable and necessary responses. But when contemplating the best policies and prescriptions to fight this scourge, it would be wrong to ignore the effect of changes to the legality of suicide.
Readers might recall that, in 2012, the Supreme Court of the United States upheld the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as Obamacare, by a 5-4 vote in a case captioned NFIB v. Sebelius.
I am a person who enjoys living in rural surroundings, and although I spend a lot of time in big cities, when I head for home, I want some seclusion and elbow room.
All of a sudden, everyone on the left wants "free markets in energy policy." As someone who's advocated for that for, oh, about three decades, this riff should be music to my ears. But is laissez faire energy policy really what liberals are seeking?
For several decades, a few black scholars have been suggesting that the vision held by many black Americans is entirely wrong. Dr. Shelby Steele, a scholar at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, said: "Instead of admitting that racism has declined, we (blacks) argue all the harder that it is still alive and more insidious than ever. We hold race up to shield us from what we do not want to see in ourselves."
The existential question remains: How does the West, America included, stop the flood tide of migrants before it alters forever the political and demographic character of our nations and our civilization?
Pope Francis says gay couples cannot be considered a family. The media know he said this, but with few exceptions, they refused to run this story. The blackout, it is easy to prove, was intentional.