There is a heartening op-ed at USA Today called “Most Americans don’t want a standing ovation for abortion until birth. But Democrats do.” The article by Ashley McGuire sounds the commonly heard refrain that Democrats have overstepped the American public, the implication being that Dems will be soundly rebuked come election time as a result.
The president threw down the gauntlet today on Twitter. He said, “The Wall is getting done one way or the other!” Right now we are waiting for the clown show in Congress to finish their border wall pantomime (construction overseen by Marcel Marceau’s white-gloved hands) so we can get back to business. But we don’t
Fox News reported earlier this week that the House Committee on Natural Resources had proposed to eliminate the words “so help you God” from the oath administered to witnesses testifying before the panel. Did I mention that the leadership of the committee is now Democrats, thanks to the Paul Ryan Potomac Surrender of 2018? Today
Why can’t Republicans learn how to debate? The failure to win the Wall debate when it is so self-evidently a good idea suggests that the GOP is either stupid or complicit, or possibly both. Here are two examples: — Don’t blame Trump for not getting wall funding while Republicans held both houses of Congress. This
Let’s take another look at the Roger Stone indictment to see how thin it was. When you glance at it sideways, it pretty much disappears. Now that is thin! In paragraph 5 of the indictment, we learn that Stone had contacted the Trump campaign about Wikileaks and “information it might have had that would be
Well, the Mueller/Russia Witch Hunt finally found a witch, and his name is Roger Stone, longtime friend and staunch defender of President Trump. Stone has been arrested and charged with obstruction, witness tampering and making false statements related to the release of stolen Democratic Party emails by Wikileaks prior to the 2016 election. I’ve gone
Someday soon someone will write a book about the Covington confrontation that could be titled “The Stoning of the Boy Who Smirked.” It is truly a mirror on our times that teenage Christian boys who were engaged as responsible citizens in the public discourse of their nation have become victims of a mass media mob
I don’t often have reason to praise any aspect of the New York Times, so I will take advantage of one that unexpectedly presents itself today. Columnist Frank Bruni has a new article that calls out the members of the media pundit-ocracy who rushed to judgment against teen-age Catholics who were in the right place