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President delivers a demaogogic voting speech

If this is Joe Biden when he’s forceful and passionate, the country is better off with the passive and detached version. The president gave a thunderous address in Philadelphia on July 13 denouncing alleged Republican voter suppression. Biden blatantly distorted Republican state-level ...

Finally there’s some welcome pushback

The British Royal Navy destroyer HMS Defender recently broke away from the HMS Queen Elizabeth Carrier Strike Group to conduct a Black Sea mission that triggered Russia’s reflexive dishonesty. This was one episode among several that demonstrate increasing resistance to Russian and Chinese ...

Biden becomes a friend of OPEC and of big oil

The price of oil surged to $75 a barrel the other day under President Joe Biden’s green energy policies. The price was as low as $35 a barrel under former President Donald Trump because he believed in American energy dominance (“Drill, baby, drill”). It was effectively a massive, ...

‘American Marxism’ offers help that liberty can be saved

Most people sense that America is under assault by America-hating forces and worry that our freedoms are actually in jeopardy. Mark Levin’s new book, “American Marxism,” confirms those fears, exposes the chilling aims and methods of these malicious groups and provides a blueprint to ...

The flavors — and festivities — of summer

Did you ever notice how your tastes can change with the seasons? Of course, the availability of products has something to do with what we eat and when, but I am always amazed at how much better a bowl of soup or a pot of chili tastes on a gray, nippy November day than it would have in ...

Making investments in Appalachia

Since taking office in 2015, our administration has charted a new course, one guided by simple, common sense principles. Our focus has been on creating jobs, assisting Maryland’s families, and restoring our economy. As Maryland continues to recover from the unprecedented crisis caused by ...