In her article in the NYT, “An antidote to a Shrinking America: Immigration,” Patricia Cohen is right that the U.S. will depend on immigrants in the coming decades. However, what she fails to see is […]
Sanders has just unveiled his ambitious version of the “Green New Deal” on climate change. The NYT describes it as “the most expensive proposal from the field of Democratic presidential candidates.” How expensive? It comes […]
According to the Washington Post, Democratic presidential candidates like Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, and even Elizabeth Warren, are beginning to walk back their early enthusiastic endorsement of Bernie Sanders’ Medicare-for-all bill. More defections from Sanders […]
Prompted by an article by a hedge-fund billionaire, and a statement signed by 192 chief executives of the nation’s largest companies, David Ignatius of the Washington Post ponders the questions that, according to him, many […]
With surprising candor and welcomed dose of realism, a CNN report calls attention to what the authors refer as the “dark side” of Finland’s socialism, with special attention to its healthcare system. The Finn universal […]
The president is onto something when he linked mental illness to gun violence. Liberal critics believe this unfairly stigmatizes mentally ill people, whom they say are more likely to be the victims of violence. Where […]
Now that two Democratic debates are over, it is becoming crystal clear that the socialist faction of the party led by Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are the clear-cut leaders of the pack. Although Joe […]
The spin machine of the NYT does not stop. It describes the president’s latest immigration rule as an “assault on the nation’s immigration system” and as favoring “wealthier immigrants.” What does this rule require? That […]
The stunning allegation is out that—as first reported by the Hispanic television network Univision—the president of Honduras and several other high-profile politicians, including his brother, might be have been involved in a major “drug conspiracy.” […]
The stated reason behind the Hong Kong protests is the repudiation of the extradition law mainland China wants to impose on this pretty much autonomous region. But Communist China is slowly seeking to increase its […]
It is clear that if it were up to the liberals, all firearms, not just semi-automatic rifles (“assault weapons”), would be banned. They don’t get America on many other issues, and they certainly do not […]
In its latest move on Venezuela, the administration has offered what appears to blanket immunity to the Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro. It appears that Maduro “will not be indicted,” and that he will be “left alone.”
Backed against the wall, they had no choice Tuesday but to pass a resolution 398-17 condemning the BDS movement, which was predictably opposed by Reps. Omar and Tlaib—and another 14 Democrats.
Ilhan Omar has been notorious in using words that are difficult to not categorize as anti-Semitic.
In seeking a solution to the border crisis, the president and his advisors seem determined to put all their eggs in one basket: strong border security and changing our immigration laws.