• January 19, 2022

Democrats’ policies are a gift to China

China’s leaders must be giving a high-five as they watch the American left push for policies that will cripple American competitiveness. As China cracks down on students fooling around with video games, America’s racial equity warriors are trying to ban advanced placement math, competitive entrance exams, and school honor rolls. Americans don’t want their government…

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America has always been a magnificent mosaic

Last week’s coverage of the 2020 census results announced a reduction of the “white” population and the rise of what the New York Times called “Multicultural Americans”. This view that a once homogeneous nation is finally becoming, inexorably, a beautiful mosaic betrays a profound ignorance of American history, while exposing the danger of our current…

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When does the COVID-19 panic end?

Two weeks to stop the spread. That was the original rationale for the closures, masking, and social distancing – to prevent the transmission of the coronavirus so that Americans could be sure that we would not exceed the capacity of the hospital, causing unnecessary deaths. Wait until a vaccine is available. That was the next…

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Use the Debt Ceiling Deadline to Stop the Inflationary Wave of Borrowing

For 25 years, I traded US Treasury debt for financial institutions on Wall Street. Over the past 20 years, since September 11, the United States has borrowed a staggering amount of money. First to fund the War on Terrorism, then to bail out the housing sector, and most recently to finance the huge expenses of…

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A modest proposal to curb awake universities

Earlier this month, Nikole Hannah-Jones, lead author of The New York Times’ controversial (and historically dubious) Project 1619 and a apparent supporter of the Cuban regime, turned down an tenure offer from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. If you recall, he was initially denied tenure, with his lack of academic credentials and…

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Why federal cannabis legalization is finally at hand

The nonsense of Sha’Carri Richardson’s disqualification from the US Olympic Track and Field team for legally smoking marijuana sheds light on where we are in civil liberties in 2021 in the United States of America. Our country wants legal cannabis, and we are currently immersed in a nationwide legal status transition of a very old…

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Is Harvard Sacrificing Science for Awakening?

A cultural shift is taking place that affects all aspects of American life. Although difficult to define, it generally takes the form of an emphasis on what is known as diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), critical race theory, awakening, anti-racism, and the like. Various academics and writers have sounded the alarm about its anti-intellectual and…

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