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"Many in Mideast See Hypocrisy in Western Embrace of Ukraine," read an Associated Press headline this week. Salon asked: "Whose Lives Really Matter?" and answered its own question in the next breath …

Vice President Kamala Harris, who we all know is one heartbeat away from the presidency, was shipped to Poland last week to represent the US government in dealing with the war in Ukraine and the …

Given the manpower and equipment advantages possessed by the Russian Army and Air Force, Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Kremlin cronies expected Ukraine's defenses to swiftly collapse and …

President Joe Biden is not very good at his job, and yet, I thank God every day that Biden is president. In the Ukraine crisis, he has redeemed the hopes of those who voted for competence. The …

The hard work and compromise among multiple parties could soon be undone – resulting in a less informed public and less government accountability. Once again, the Florida Legislature is …

Vladimir Putin took a page out of the Democrat playbook and called Ukrainians “Nazis” as justification for invading. Democrats prefer to call Republican voters, or anyone else they …

With only two weeks left in the 2022 Legislation Session, I thought this would be a good time to share a little about what’s been done and what is left to do. Much of our time has been spent …

As I watched the news last night of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, it scared me as it probably has scared many of you wondering what is going to happen next. Not that this helps the larger …

Russian tanks and mechanized infantry have invaded Ukraine's Donbas and occupied the so-called secessionist enclaves of Luhansk and Donetsk. Russian President Vladimir Putin calls his armored …

The cornerstone of our constitutional democratic republic is protecting citizens’ right to full and public notice when their elected officials are discussing or making decisions that could …

In 2020, the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., included so-called whiteness traits in its "Talking About Race" online portal. The museum advised that traits like "hard work" and "objective …

Joe Biden has not advocated for Ukraine to join NATO, saying Ukraine is corrupt. But I think we all know what that really means: A kickback check to Hunter Biden bounced. Basically, this dustup …

“The trouble with our Liberal friends is not that they're ignorant; it's just that they know so much that isn't so.” Ronald Reagan The defining moment of the Biden …

President Joe Biden's standing with voters has taken a beating on multiple fronts. He is perceived as not focusing on issues they care about, particularly inflation.        …

Lane and I have had fried chicken on our minds for some time. I’m talking about the real Southern kind, maybe fried in good old Crisco. Now, I have eaten and enjoyed chicken cooked about every …

Would you have predicted that the first big political blunder of 2022 would be committed by the freshly inaugurated mayor of New York? Would you have thought that Eric Adams, the African-American …

Alexandria Ocasio Cortez (AOC, or “Sandy” as she was known by her tony Westchester, NY classmates back when being a victim was not aspirational), recently got the ‘Rona. She was …

At the eve of a new year, it's traditional to make a resolution or two. I have no such list for myself or others, but I do have a wish. For 2022 and beyond, I wish that all of us who still cherish …

The weather turned cold for Christmas week across the country. It was so cold in Chicago, St. Louis and Atlanta that 150 murders had to be delayed. When asked by one of that rare breed, …

"Joe Manchin Just Killed the Biden Agenda," lamented a headline in The Week. The funereal tone was echoed in much of the coverage of Sen. Manchin's blunt declaration on Sunday that he would not …

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