Unwinding America’s catastrophic China mistakes

National Columnists

Do you remember Armand Hammer? If you’re over 50, you may. Hammer was a business tycoon who died in 1990. He was most famous for his deal-making with the Soviet Union. Hammer would cut business deals directly with the Kremlin. This was unusual; most U.S. businesses had very few dealings with ...

Tradition can come in many forms

Community Columnists

Christmas is upon us. It’s the time of year in which we commonly remember and participate in a variety of customs and traditions. These are wonderful things, our traditions, and they should be celebrated whenever possible. Not only during the various holidays of the year, but more commonly ...

Biden, Schumer have no one to blame but themselves

National Columnists

Democrats are in shock after Sen. Joe Manchin III, D-W.Va., announced on “Fox News Sunday” that he is a “no” vote on President Biden’s massive multitrillion-dollar reconciliation plan -- killing the bill. They should not have been surprised. Manchin laid out his demands in a ...

The Death of California

National Columnists

In “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” Victor Hugo told the tale of Esmerelda, a gypsy dancer falsely accused of attempted murder, set to be hanged by an unjust state. Quasimodo, the titular hunchback, swings down from the cathedral of Notre Dame and saves her, carrying her off while crying ...