I’ve been saying that inflation is on its way since April of this year. Well, it’s here, and it’s going to get worse. On Nov. 10, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released the consumer price index summary, revealing what most American’s already know. Prices are skyrocketing.

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Before the right to keep and bear arms is stated in the Second Amendment, the Founders wrote why they believed it necessary for people to arm themselves as part of a “militia.” They said it is a “necessity to the security of a free state.” The Founders knew that liberty is not the natural st…

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President Joe Biden wants to bring the same discerning, common-sensical governing style to American child care that has his job approval rating in the low 40s.

The experience of the last Democratic president who presided over a significant bout of inflation wasn’t a happy one, and if the Biden White House isn’t haunted by that precedent, it isn’t paying attention.

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Hey, remember how Donald Trump collaborated with Russians to commit crimes enabling him to win the 2016 presidential election, provoking the two-and-a-half year Mueller investigation and inspiring a news story a day to keep trust in Trump away?

Before the right to keep and bear arms is stated in the Second Amendment, the Founders wrote why they believed it necessary for people to arm themselves as part of a “militia.” They said it is a “necessity to the security of a free state.” The Founders knew that liberty is not the natural st…

The GOP has had plenty of reason for good cheer in recent months. Nothing can compare, though, with the glad tidings of a potential showdown between Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to be Biden’s successor in 2024 should he decide not to run for reelection.

Brittney Cooper — sorry, that’s Dr. Brittney Cooper — certainly takes the cake for the nation’s worst tenured radical (until the next academic nutjob erupts).

Can you believe it? The Biden administration has placed a target on the backs of parents. Merrick Garland (the 86th U.S. attorney general and head of the so-called department of justice) has become Joe Biden’s latest political enforcer.

Reality struck back against Democratic electoral utopianism this month. Since 2012, Democrats have been convinced that a new, durable, near-unbeatable political coalition was in the making: a coalition largely comprised of college-educated White voters, women, younger Americans and racial mi…

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