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

Op-Ed: Donald Trump’s Impossible Dreams

Unlike Don Quixote’s imaginary enemies, Donald Trump’s foes are real.  They are the denizens of the “swamp,” the corrupt politicians and the corrupt journalists who enable them. They’re the globalists and socialists who seek to undermine

One America, Two Perceptions

WASHINGTON, D.C - Many are calling the upcoming election the most important in our history. The two presidential candidates in this election clearly have diametrically opposing views of our country, the problems we face, and the

Is This The Face Of The New Socialist?

Considering Joe’s amorphous political convictions, there’s simply no way of knowing where he stands, or how susceptible he would be to the pressure from those far-left elements of his party.     Photo credit: Peter Lemiska. WASHINGTON,

Still the Land of the Free? Maybe Not

The Statue of Liberty was designed by two Frenchmen during America’s Civil War. Édouard René de Laboulaye a French writer, professor, and anti-slavery activist and sculptor Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Before

Have The Squeaky Wheels Taken Over?

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Here in America, as in all free societies, we’ve always functioned under a simple, but essential concept – the principle of majority rule. It has its flaws, but it’s vastly superior to totalitarian regimes,