Op-Ed: Biden’s Motley Constituency

Joe Biden won’t be on the ballot in November, but his policies will be and if Democrats somehow manage to retain control of both houses of Congress, his agenda will press forward unchallenged, and his motley constituency will take the

Op-Ed: White Guilt – As Good as Gold

Race-baiters, those who fuel racial tensions for selfish reasons, especially like to use guilt. With help from the news media, they’ve managed to create the illusion of systemic racism in America. Image credit: Peter Lemiska WASHINGTON,

Op-Ed: Portrait of a Blameless President

Joe Biden is not the first president to blame others for his failures. But the audacity he’s shown in deflecting blame is breathtaking. What he and his administration lack in honesty, they make up for in unadulterated moxie.  Photo credit:

Op-Ed: Memories of a Woke Warrior

WASHINGTON, D.C. - More than 50 years after the triumphant civil rights movement, many would probably agree that Joe Biden believes America is still hopelessly, systemically racist. He certainly seems to be a stalwart supporter of

Op-Ed: The Elusive Mr. Biden

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Joe Biden is a man who’s spent nearly 50 years in public office, but as president, he’s suddenly become quiet and elusive, a man of few words. More than 400 years ago, Shakespeare wrote: “Men of few words are the

Op-Ed: Joseph the Scrantonian

Sainthood is not easy to achieve. First, it can only be bestowed after one’s death. The individual must have led a particularly pious life, and have performed two verifiable miracles. The whole process usually takes many years. Photo