Opinion

John Stossel: Tax Freedom in Puerto Rico

August 2, 2022|Comments Off on John Stossel: Tax Freedom in Puerto Rico

Want to pay no federal income tax? Move to Puerto Rico. Really. If you move to the island, you can legally pay none. There's also no capital gains tax. You just have to give 4% [...]

Salena Zito: From the C-Suites to the Media, When It Comes to Energy, We Need More Balance, Less Fear

August 2, 2022|Comments Off on Salena Zito: From the C-Suites to the Media, When It Comes to Energy, We Need More Balance, Less Fear

IMPERIAL, Pennsylvania -- In the last 22 years, protecting and caring for the planet has gone from a "we're all in this together" part of our culture to a political wedge issue. And it isn't [...]

Josh Hammer: The New Age of Orwellianism

August 1, 2022|Comments Off on Josh Hammer: The New Age of Orwellianism

Community organizer and left-wing social activist Saul Alinsky wrote, in his 1971 book "Rules for Radicals," that "he who controls the language controls the masses." Alinsky, whose work profoundly influenced at least one notable fellow [...]

John Stossel: COVID’s Good News

July 27, 2022|Comments Off on John Stossel: COVID’s Good News

At least the pandemic had a silver lining. It taught parents that there are better alternatives to government schools. When COVID hit, bureaucrats in control were eager to close schools. Many closed them if just [...]

Ben Shapiro: The Chinese Know We’re in Cold War II. It’s Time for Us to Understand the Same.

July 27, 2022|Comments Off on Ben Shapiro: The Chinese Know We’re in Cold War II. It’s Time for Us to Understand the Same.

This week, the Chinese government announced its fierce opposition to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., visiting Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said that China was "fully prepared... If the U.S. is [...]

Star Parker: Abortion, Democracy and History

July 26, 2022|Comments Off on Star Parker: Abortion, Democracy and History

When Sen. Stephen Douglas and Abraham Lincoln faced off in a debate in Peoria, Illinois, in 1854, the issue tearing apart the nation was slavery. A central issue was whether slavery would be permitted in [...]

Salena Zito: The Upside-Down World of the Pennsylvania Senate Race

July 26, 2022|Comments Off on Salena Zito: The Upside-Down World of the Pennsylvania Senate Race

ERIE, Pennsylvania -- If you are looking for conventional wisdom metrics that D.C. reporters and strategists use to outline what is going on in the race for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania, the short and [...]

How Did Democrats Become So Out of Touch With the American People?

July 26, 2022|Comments Off on How Did Democrats Become So Out of Touch With the American People?

The president of the United States, equal parts senescent and feckless, garners record-shattering low approval ratings seemingly each week. This week, a new Quinnipiac University survey found that a paltry 31% of Americans approve of [...]

Star Parker: Why Are Blacks Still on Board With Biden?

July 21, 2022|Comments Off on Star Parker: Why Are Blacks Still on Board With Biden?

New polling from Pew Research and from NY Times/Siena College, released a few days apart, cast similarly dismal pictures regarding the popularity of President Joe Biden. Overall approval for Biden from NY Times/Siena College stands [...]

John Stossel: Where’s the Beef?

July 21, 2022|Comments Off on John Stossel: Where’s the Beef?

How can it be that with so much cattle in America, we sometimes can't buy meat? At the beginning of the pandemic, Costco, Wegmans and Kroger limited purchases of beef. Hundreds of Wendy's outlets ran [...]

Salena Zito: American Flags, Born in the USA

July 21, 2022|Comments Off on Salena Zito: American Flags, Born in the USA

CHARLESTON, South Carolina -- Inside the Allegiance Flag Company's facilities, it is hard not to notice that the employees making the flags reflect the beauty and diversity that has always been the promise and purpose [...]

Josh Hammer: Resign, Joe

July 15, 2022|Comments Off on Josh Hammer: Resign, Joe

It is difficult, perhaps impossible, to describe just how bad President Joe Biden is at his job. Comparisons to Jimmy Carter are pervasive, but trite -- and too flattering to Carter. Perhaps a more apt [...]

Ben Shapiro: Woke Academic Gobbledygook Makes You Rich and Famous

July 13, 2022|Comments Off on Ben Shapiro: Woke Academic Gobbledygook Makes You Rich and Famous

This week, a professor went viral during congressional testimony regarding the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision overruling Roe v. Wade. During her testimony, professor Khiara Bridges of Berkeley Law School refused to acknowledge any value at [...]

John Stossel: Dictator Envy

July 13, 2022|Comments Off on John Stossel: Dictator Envy

Some Western leaders envy dictators' powers. President Donald Trump said, when North Korea's Kim Jong-un speaks, "his people sit up at attention. I want my people to do the same." President Barack Obama told reporters [...]

Star Parker: ‘Agency’: An Important New Book About America

July 12, 2022|Comments Off on Star Parker: ‘Agency’: An Important New Book About America

The Gallup polling organization seems to serve up endlessly bleak news about how Americans feel about God and country. I wrote recently about their report of the historically low percentage of Americans that say they [...]