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  • April 20, 2021

    A woman of uncommon courage

    Knight

    Hugh Hefner's greatest earthly foe has died. Judith Reisman's lifelong work exposed the truth about the addictive nature of pornography -- and for that the smut industry cast her as a careless, right-wing fanatic instead of the persistent, fearless academic that she was.

  • April 19, 2021

    Border crisis in New Mexico - but VP Harris heads to ... New Hampshire?

    Graham

    The president of the National Border Patrol Council says Kamala Harris is avoiding the migrant surge out of political concerns. "If she goes to the U.S. border, people are going to expect her to fix the problem, so she avoids it," says Brandon Judd.

  • April 16, 2021

    The Garden Tomb

    None of the naturalistic theories to explain away the resurrection of Christ really work. All of the known facts point to one explanation that make sense: He arose from the dead.

  • April 16, 2021

    Dems pave a gavel road to court-packing

    Perkins

    Thanks to the Left's overreach in Georgia, the border crisis, the trillions of dollars in spending, and corporate woke-ism, the Republican base is already motivated. Threatening to expand the Supreme Court is like adding dynamite to an inferno.

  • April 15, 2021

    Standing for life in a culture of death

    Wright

    There is little question that the darkness is getting darker. The real question is: What are we to do in a culture cloaked in the depths of darkness? The answer is to shine the light of Truth – for darkness is by definition the absence of light.

  • April 14, 2021

    America's media-poisoned well

    Michelle MalkinWith America's mainstream media acting as relentless co-prosecutors and character executioners, the well of fair and impartial jurors who can weigh evidence without fear of retribution has been irreversibly poisoned.

  • April 13, 2021

    A bittersweet start to baseball season 2021

    Knight

    When MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred moved the All-Star Game out of Atlanta, he ripped another hole in the national fabric – and his decision, which was based on bald-faced lies, is a huge error that should get him thrown out of the game.

  • April 12, 2021

    Libs' infrastructure: A bridge to nowhere

    Perkins

    At the end of the day, infrastructure means infrastructure. And if Joe Biden is remotely sincere about "his whole soul [wanting] to bring Americans together," then he needs to stop lying to them.

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