Joe Guzzardi: Political correctness enables NY terrorism, death, injury

Joe Guzzardi: Political correctness enables NY terrorism, death, injury

By Joe Guzzardi Political correctness strikes again. This time eight are dead and more than a dozen injured after Uzbekistan national Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov plowed his Home Depot rented pick-up truck into a New York bike path. The path is adjacent to the World Trade Center, less than a mile from the 9/11 slaughter site. […]

Nancy J. Thorner: When media becomes part of the problem

Nancy J. Thorner: When media becomes part of the problem

By Nancy J. Thorner It should not be a surprise that Democrats are using every opportunity possible to criticize President Trump and members of his administration; this is what the opposition party often does. This can be beneficial to our country when it provides opposing viewpoints and forces both governing bodies to defend their positions […]

Ben Crystal: Next time, just go with sharks with laser beams on their heads

Ben Crystal: Next time, just go with sharks with laser beams on their heads

By Ben Crystal Election 2016 featured all the benchmarks of a secret agent yarn. Campaign officials and political party flacks conspired with Russian agents to rig the 2016 U.S. presidential election. There were secret meetings in Moscow, wiretaps, shady document exchanges, payoffs and even a really twisted sex scandal. Turncoats operating at the highest levels […]

Victor Davis Hanson: Islamic State can be defeated by free-thinking peoples

Victor Davis Hanson: Islamic State can be defeated by free-thinking peoples

The Islamic State (ISIS) just lost its capital at Raqqa, and with it the last of the terrorist group’s fantasies of establishing a Middle East caliphate. In recent years, ISIS has horrified global audiences with video clips of unspeakable atrocities. What sort of human beings could behead, incinerate, drown, torture and blow up innocent civilians, […]

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: Rest in Peace, Sergeant Johnson

Mike Tully “Substantial Disruption”: Rest in Peace, Sergeant Johnson

By Mike Tully As the funeral procession crept along East Ft. Lowell Road toward Evergreen Cemetery, Tucson Police waved the priest by.  He had presided over the Requiem Mass and ignored speed limits as he hurried to beat the procession to the cemetery.  The priest had officiated many funerals and didn’t care for all of […]

Phil Richardson: The grievous aftermath of a patrol in Niger

Phil Richardson: The grievous aftermath of a patrol in Niger

By Phil Richardson October 4th, 12 members of an American patrol were preparing to return to their base in Niger, a nation in the interior of northwestern Africa, after seeking a leading operative for the Islamic State, reported to be in the area. They were ambushed by an estimated force of 50 heavily armed militants […]

Tammy Bruce: Liberal media won’t stop going after Donald Trump

Tammy Bruce: Liberal media won’t stop going after Donald Trump

How do you know when the liberal media meltdown is approaching an apex? Just look for apples, bananas and a strong smell of smug. Reaching deep in their drawer of smug, CNN unleashed a “Facts First” initiative, starting with an ad featuring an apple, with a voice-over warning viewers that some awful, yet unnamed, person […]

Joe Guzzardi: E-Verify, Interior enforcement most effective illegal immigration deterrents

Joe Guzzardi: E-Verify, Interior enforcement most effective illegal immigration deterrents

By Joe Guzzardi In what’s certain to boost unemployed and under-employed American workers’ job opportunities, Acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement director Thomas Homan promised stepped-up worksite monitoring. After reviewing the percentage of time Homeland Security Investigations allocates to worksite enforcement, Homan concluded it was too little, and he instructed his agents to increase their vigilance […]