Opinion

 
  • Following the Clintons‘ closing con

    Following the Clintons‘ closing con

    By – – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: For years I have been saying that the Clintons lie when they do not have to, and they tell a gigantic whopper when a little white lie would be perfectly adequate. This time-honored observation explains many of their past run-ins with the law. Now in the lurid aftermath of Hillary Clinton’s surprising […]

     
     
  • With Hamas and Hezbollah searching for to destroy Israel, a Palestinian chief with braveness should step up

    With Hamas and Hezbollah searching for to destroy Israel, a Palestinian chief with braveness should step up

    By – – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: Decade after decade, one administration after another has set in motion what has been called a “peace process.” None has come close to ending the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. Over the past year, President has been hoping he might succeed where others have failed. He tasked trusted advisers, unburdened by the errors of past […]

     
     
  • BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Gambler‘ by William C. Rempel

    BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Gambler‘ by William C. Rempel

    By Aram Bakshian Jr. – – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: THE GAMBLER: HOW PENNILESS DROPOUT BECAME THE WORLD’S GREATEST DEAL MAKER IN CAPITALIST HISTORY By William C. Rempel Dey St., $28.99, 414 pages In an era of conspicuous consumption and loud-mouthed overstatement, it’s nice to read about a financial titan who was modest, soft-spoken and whose word was his […]

     
     
  • The Heartbeat Invoice, H.R. 490, will shield each baby whose heartbeat will be detected

    The Heartbeat Invoice, H.R. 490, will shield each baby whose heartbeat will be detected

    By Janet Porter – – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: There is a bill that will protect more human lives than any bill ever passed in Congress. It has 170 co-sponsors. It is supported by hundreds of national pro-life organizations and leaders. But there is one group standing in the way of the bill which will protect millions of unborn […]

     
     
  • Why Congress should reform immigration

    Why Congress should reform immigration

    By Brian McNicoll – – Tuesday, February 13, 2018 ANALYSIS/OPINION: If President is serious about wanting to shape immigration policy to be part of his plan to make American great again, there is at least one category of immigrant he should urge to expand — the EB-5 visa program. EB-5 addresses entrepreneurs, and if we’re going to take care of […]