China is ‘laughing’ as US culture war erodes combat readiness, says former defense secretary
Fox News Miller’s new book ‘Soldier Secretary’ hits shelves Feb. 7 EXCLUSIVE: Former Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller said China “must be laughing hysterically” at the United States as senior Pentagon leaders get caught up in culture wars and warned that focus is hurting U.S. combat readiness. Miller, who served as acting defense secretary at […]
Pat Buchanan retires as GOP increasingly channels his ‘America first’ themes
Washington Examiner by W. James Antle III, Politics Editor | January 24, 2023 06:50 AM As Republicans struggle through a rocky transition from being the party of business to that of the working class, a conservative pundit whose own trajectory anticipated that transformation 30 years ago is hanging up his pen. Pat Buchanan has retired […]
Congress Must Halt Big Tech’s Power Grab Lawmakers
Big Tech has far too much power. Lawmakers from both parties agree, but for years Congress has been all talk and no action. Meanwhile, tech giants are threatening to use their control over digital platforms to gain unfair advantage in other markets where competing products depend on access to those platforms. Over the past 20 […]
Lessons From Ukraine: Why America Shouldn’t Fight for Taiwan
Forceful reintegration of Taiwan into mainland China would be a disaster for Taiwan, but it does not need to be a disaster for the United States.
My Cancel-Culture Nightmare Is Over
After a four-month investigation, Georgetown concludes I wasn’t yet an employee when I wrote an errant tweet.
Biden administration preparing for ‘wrong kind’ of China conflict in case of Taiwan invasion: book
A new publication warns that a potential war with China would last longer than the US realizes
Ukraine Is Now America’s War, Too
The U.S. is leading a new coalition of “nations of good will” as the goal expands from supporting Ukraine to weakening Russia and outlasting Putin.
Why the Supreme Court’s football decision is a game-changer on school prayer
The U.S. Supreme Court has consistently banned school-sponsored prayer in public schools. At the same time, lower courts have generally forbidden public school employees from openly praying in the workplace, even if no students are involved. Yet on June 27, the Supreme Court effectively gave individual employees’ prayer the thumbs up – potentially ushering in more religious activities in […]
Americans don’t trust our institutions. Why would they?
When Americans think of their institutions, they have little trust. And, why would they trust any of our institutions?
Big Tech Antitrust Bill Backers Push for Vote
Lawmakers release documents they say make the case for tougher regulation; tech companies dispute need for change