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We recently observed the 77th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy. On that day, Operation Overlord began, launching the Allied invasion of Europe that would spell the beginning of the end of the Nazi regime.

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Recently, Judicial Watch released emails about the settlement agreement between the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Robert Gordon, who was the department director, that show the lengths to which department officials fumbled with their messaging during the height of the p…

The Democratic opposition to legislative minorities using whatever leverage they have to block legislation is highly situational.

Recently, a clip of America’s most prominent racial grifter, Ibram X. Kendi, began making the rounds on Twitter. Kendi, the author of “How to Be an Antiracist,” has undoubtedly made a fortune by indicting those who disagree with him as complicit in American racism — and by providing partial …

President Biden proposes a $6 trillion budget he claims “will strengthen our nation’s economy and improve our long-run fiscal health.” His acting Office of Management and Budget director, Shalanda Young, told reporters the budget seeks “robust, durable economic growth and broadly shared pros…

When I lived in France many years ago, I went to Mass regularly at Notre Dame Cathedral. My French was not so good, so the ability to attend Mass in Latin was a blessing, because I was able to understand much of what was going on.

On the anniversary of the death of George Floyd, dozens of gunshots rang out in the middle of the day at George Floyd Square in Minneapolis, forcing reporters and bystanders to duck and cover.

Here we are only a few months into a new presidency and the road on which we’re traveling appears paved with indifference — placing in jeopardy the rights and freedoms that Americans have long taken for granted. We find ourselves treading down a dangerous path — seemingly content to shrug of…

If you listen to Democrats and anti-Trump liberal Republicans like Sen. Mitt Romney and Rep. Liz Cheney, you’d think that nothing was being done about the breach of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

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Recently, Judicial Watch released emails about the settlement agreement between the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and Robert Gordon, who was the department director, that show the lengths to which department officials fumbled with their messaging during the height of the p…

The Democratic opposition to legislative minorities using whatever leverage they have to block legislation is highly situational.

Recently, a clip of America’s most prominent racial grifter, Ibram X. Kendi, began making the rounds on Twitter. Kendi, the author of “How to Be an Antiracist,” has undoubtedly made a fortune by indicting those who disagree with him as complicit in American racism — and by providing partial …

President Biden proposes a $6 trillion budget he claims “will strengthen our nation’s economy and improve our long-run fiscal health.” His acting Office of Management and Budget director, Shalanda Young, told reporters the budget seeks “robust, durable economic growth and broadly shared pros…

When I lived in France many years ago, I went to Mass regularly at Notre Dame Cathedral. My French was not so good, so the ability to attend Mass in Latin was a blessing, because I was able to understand much of what was going on.

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