Jane Orient: Trump needs to drain the “healthcare” swamp

Jane Orient: Trump needs to drain the “healthcare” swamp

By Jane Orient, M.D. In his Feb 28 address to the Joint Session of Congress, President Trump called the Affordable Care Act (ACA, or “ObamaCare”) an “imploding disaster.” His references to soaring premiums, contracting choices, and market collapse are all spot on. And of course everybody wants “reforms that expand choice, increase access, lower costs, […]

Walter E. Williams: College campus disgrace

Walter E. Williams: College campus disgrace

By Walter E. Williams While college administrators and professors accept disgraceful behavior, we as taxpayers, donors and parents should not foot the bill. Let’s look at some of that behavior. A University of Washington Tacoma Writing Center press release told students that expecting Americans to use proper grammar perpetuates racism. The University of Nebraska Omaha […]

Ilan Berman: Dezinformatsiya 2.0

Ilan Berman: Dezinformatsiya 2.0

By Ilan Berman When it comes to Russian propaganda, we haven’t seen anything yet. Over the past several months, Americans have become acutely aware of a phenomenon that Europeans were already all too familiar with: the pervasive, corrosive nature of Russian propaganda. Russia’s purported attempts to meddle in the U.S. presidential election remain a major topic of national […]

Ben Crystal: Like. A. Boss.

Ben Crystal: Like. A. Boss.

By Ben Crystal Part of Donald Trump’s presidency didn’t seem real to me. Not that I don’t proffer the president the honor he’s due; I just hadn’t yet fully wrapped my brain around the idea that a dude who likes himself so much that he once put his own face on bottled water had jumped […]

“Substantial Disruption” by Mike Tully: The kids are alright with it

“Substantial Disruption” by Mike Tully: The kids are alright with it

By Mike Tully The Trump administration’s decision to withdraw federal protections for transgender public school students constitutes poor governance, deficient humanity, and legal ignorance.  A “Dear Colleague Letter” from the Departments of Justice and Education dated May 13, 2016 detailed those protections.  The Obama administration recognized that transgender students were denied equal access to educational […]

Sam Smith: Trump didn’t just happen

Sam Smith: Trump didn’t just happen

By Sam Smith The Trump disaster has been in the works for a long time. Seldom noted changes in our values and perceptions have made it easier for many to believe such a con artist and his promises. Here are a few examples: Television – With the arrival of television politics changed forever. Instead of […]

Joanne Young: Why Trump’s call to investigate vote fraud is valid

Joanne Young: Why Trump’s call to investigate vote fraud is valid

By Joanne Young   President Donald Trump recently called for an investigation into vote fraud. His press secretary Sean Spicer added: “This isn’t just about the 2016 election. This is about the integrity of our voting system.” And there is a problem: Liberal activists have all too often rejected and fought against bipartisan efforts to […]

Ben Crystal: Town hall tantrums

Ben Crystal: Town hall tantrums

By Ben Crystal 2016 was a brutal year for the Democrat Party. Forced to drag the bloated carcass of the Hillary Clinton campaign across a field strewn with the landmines planted by the Obama administration’s unprecedented corruption, they ended up on the business end of not only a presidential defeat for the ages, but a […]

Walter E. Williams: Undermining academic achievement

Walter E. Williams: Undermining academic achievement

By Walter E. Williams U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement, “The president’s decision to ask Betsy DeVos to run the Department of Education should offend every single American man, woman, and child who has benefitted from the public education system in this country.” Expressing similar sentiments, Congressional Black Caucus Chairman Cedric […]