A few days ago, a friend told me she used to love celebrating July 4th, but the last few years have brought more sadness than joy to that holiday.
Listening to her, I couldn’t help but sympathize with her sorrow. …READ MORE
The Dobbs v. Jackson case that recently overturned Roe v. Wade has generated more average, everyday conversations about a Supreme Court decision than I’ve ever seen. I’ve heard strangers walking by me talking about the issue while on …READ MORE
We’re almost through Pride Month. While many aspects of this “celebration” come off as tasteless at best, what’s truly sickening about it is the indoctrination efforts this event directs toward young children.
Public libraries, where drag queen story hours and …READ MORE
This year marks the 70th anniversary since Queen Elizabeth II’s ascension to the throne.
Born in 1926, the future queen was a teenager during World War II, training as a driver and mechanic toward the end of that conflict. …READ MORE
Too many of our nation’s young men use guns for evil. One knee-jerk response is to restrict gun ownership. But this solution ignores the most important question: What drives these young men to murder?
I’m personally all for trying to …READ MORE
I no longer bubble with rage when a new outbreak of corporate wokeness erupts across our fruited plain. It’s just another day in the pathetic life of the Land of the Greedy and the Home of the Enslaved. To wit: …READ MORE