Op-Ed: It’s Thanksgiving, Joe, Not ‘Friendsgiving’

I was driving home from work when the news came on to tell me that President Joe Biden had made plans to travel to a military base to share a “Friendsgiving” meal with soldiers. I thought, “What in the world is ‘Friendsgiving’?” Liberals want us to declare our pronouns, can’t decide what defines a woman, […]

Op-Ed: Merrick Garland Just Made the Lives of All Americans More Interesting

At the end of the day, it must be said that we may very well be living in some of the most interesting times in the history of America. After Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president in 2024, Attorney General Merrick Garland announced late last week the appointment of a special counsel to continue, […]

David Jeremiah: This Is What Gratitude Does for Others, God and You

Depending on the time of day you are reading this article, you have probably engaged in a certain exchange several times. Perhaps at breakfast someone passed you the cream for your coffee. Later, your spouse offered to run an errand for you while you were at work. Or perhaps someone held a door open for […]

Op-Ed: Thanksgiving Isn’t Just About Gratitude. It’s About Liberty – And Duty

There’s a lot conservatives have to be grateful for this year. We saw the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Post-Roe legislation has already saved thousands of unborn children in Texas alone. We just flipped the House. There have undoubtedly also been hardships this year. By every metric that matters, President Joe Biden’s leadership is failing […]

Dick Morris: The Tide Is Growing – Did Republicans Just Clinch the Senate?

The Republicans may have basically clinched a majority in the Senate in the aftermath of Dr. Mehmet Oz’s total wipeout of John Fetterman in this week’s Pennsylvania Senate debate. The GOP had to defend its 50 seats this cycle. The only three in doubt were Ohio, North Carolina and, of course, Pennsylvania. But Republican J.D. […]