A conservative group founded by former Home Depot founder Bernie Marcus filed a $100 million lawsuit against Major League Baseball, as damages if the league doesn’t reverse its plan to move the All-Star Game to Denver from Atlanta. After all the wokes gleefully punished Georgia for a very reasonable election reform law, they ended up …
Historical truth can be stranger than fiction
Native-born Americans are the most fortunate people on earth. If you have the great fortune to have been born to two American parents, anywhere in the world, or to have been born on U.S. soil, you get the benefit of citizenship in the most wealthy, militarily powerful, resource-rich, culturally dominant, technologically advanced, lavishly appointed, and politically …
It would be great to take a few moments out from our festivities this Memorial Day weekend to read factual accounts or watch a documentary that details the sacrifices that America’s soldiers have made for us.
Despite a record number of job openings, the restaurant industry still has about 1.7 million fewer jobs filled than before the pandemic.
The text of Ryan’s speech has not been made public, but excerpts were leaked.
Occam’s Razor would say that China has something to hide, and that they are hiding it.
Americans have a right to freedom of speech, but they do not have a right to speak on any particular internet platform.
Paper vaccine records are easily faked. Many don’t want to get vaccinated. COVID-19 is still out there. How do we reconcile these facts if we remove the digital option?
On November 25, 1915, the Speaker of the Georgia House joined Sam Venable and 40 men at the summit of Stone Mountain for the “formal induction ceremony” of the revived Knights of the Ku Klux Klan.
A Belorussian MiG-29 jet fighter forced an airliner down so that authorities could arrest a journalist critical of the regime.
“Scientists have dismissed suggestions that the Chinese government was behind the outbreak, but it’s the kind of tale that gains traction among those who see China as a threat.” That was the subhed on the February 17, 2020 New York Times piece about Sen. Tom Cotton and his “fringe theory of coronavirus origins.” Apparently, scientists have wavered …