A recent story surrounding a lawsuit against a California school over faculty brainwashing a child into thinking she is a boy should make us all want to know what is going on in public schools.
If there is one thing I didn’t hear much about since the recent passing of Betty White, was her calling out to her late husband as being her last words.
The conviction of Jefferey Epstein’s associate Ghislaine Maxwell on Dec. 29 for sex crimes against minors has received media attention, but I don’t hear the cheering.
Netflix’s “Don’t Look Up” paints an unrealistic picture of the world being too incompetent to handle cataclysmic events, which significantly underestimates mankind.
When it comes to valuable items, not many people think of the things they buy in antique stores or have tucked away in their attic collecting dust as worth anything.
When government fails to carry out duties to protect the citizens as criminals take advantage of weak enforcement, those citizens are faced with a decision to flee or fight back.
Watching the Kyle Rittenhouse trial has brought to mind the importance of life, liberty and property, which hangs in the balance as the American way of life.
Well, Halloween is closing in, and instead of writing about something serious, I’m just going to take a moment to write about the good days of door-to-door trick-or-treating.
It baffles me at times when I see communities complain about rising crime in their area, but are reluctant to offer any kind of assistance to law enforcement.
Parents are rallying against school board members across the U.S., where Critical Race Theory is directly or indirectly introduced to children — even here.
Being a patriot of the United States is not just about how loud you shout or reciting laws, but also having the discipline to honor the U.S. flag with appreciation.
“Who is Ella Grace French?” is a question I get when I bring her name up when discussing the risks law enforcement face in today’s society that do not get enough attention.