House passes compromise $1.3 trillion budget bill
The U.S. House has easily approved a bipartisan $1.3 trillion measure handing huge spending increases to defense programs and domestic initiatives ranging from road-building to biomedical research.
California’s fiscal folly would be laughable if everything that started in California did not wind up on our doorsteps from Alaska to Georgia.
In the name of diversity, how about we stop rigging the law to punish folks who just want to go about their lives as if reality matters?
Things go better with gratitude – and even better with gratitude toward God.
In a classic California move, the leaders of a city that's broke have decided it's a good idea to hand out $500/month to some residents for two years – with no limits on how it's spent ... and evidently no concern for how it might affect people's self-esteem.
Two lovebirds and others at the FBI need to be investigated on charges of plotting to influence a presidential election and later cripple a presidential administration.
Wrong-headed rulings by our courts have fundamentally transformed many constitutional protections into their opposite, but nowhere has more damage been done than to the First Amendment. How about we impeach some of those lawless judges?
Descriptors such as "bait-and-switch" and "sleight-of-hand" aren't often associated with judicial rulings – but that's exactly what happened along the road to legalized abortion on demand and the resulting assault on the family.
A willingness to deny reality pervades our culture. We don't have a monarch with the power of life and death over us, but we do have an elite that expects us to ignore obvious truths and swallow all sorts of immoral whoppers.
The new law is filled with positive provisions that go unmentioned because they don't fit the media narrative.
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