Let us put our economic boot on the throat of the Iranians and encourage as many nations as possible to join us. With or without them, we have the means necessary to potentially defeat the Iranians without losing a life or firing a shot.
Last week I engaged in a most unpleasant act of selflessness for the benefit of those to whom I’m most grateful for reading my column and following my podcast. I forced myself to watch both Democrat presidential debates; two nights of reality televisio…
President Trump officially kicked off his 2020 reelection campaign in Orlando Tuesday night. I had the privilege of being in the audience to witness the event live, along with tens of thousands of other enthusiastic supporters.
Mueller is saying in one breath that if they had not found a crime, they would have said they had not found a crime, while in the next he says, if they had found a crime, they would not have been able to say so.
As I write this on Memorial Day weekend, I find myself feeling a special sense of gratitude to the men and women who have served in our armed forces and sacrificed their lives for our liberty.
On Tuesday, Nevada became the 15th state, along with the District of Columbia, to pass a measure that would grant its electoral college votes to the candidate that won the nationwide popular vote.
Senator Richard Burr (R-NC) wants to have his Sally Field moment with Democrat colleagues, the liberal press, and progressive activists.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo canceled a trip to Berlin this week and instead made an abrupt visit to Iraq.
At the Green Bay Trump rally, I witnessed a room filled with intelligent, patriotic, and engaged citizens. Every one of them wanted to know their assignment in taking back America.
Dishonest curriculum being forced upon high school students is what motivated me to write my first op-ed piece seven years ago today. It is the reason I apparently need to keep writing.