David Harsanyi, Despite the occasional looting, chaos, property damage, trespassing, rioting, graffiti, assaults, arson and general mayhem, the media consistently assure… read more The Problem in Portland Isn’t the Law — It’s the Lawlessness
Prosecutors outline strong argument why Maxwell is a flight risk. Federal prosecutors in the U.S. Southern District of New York… read more Ghislaine Maxwell tried to run, tried to hide phone in tin foil before arrest
Ron Crews, Editor’s Note: This column is co-authored by Joseph P. Infranco, Senior Counsel and Vice President for Alliance Coordination at… read more Legal Actions Against Military Chaplains Pose Threat to Religious Freedom
Jim Martin, Few have deserved the 60 Plus Association’s Honorary Guardian of Seniors’ Rights Award more than Sen. Lindsey Graham… read more Nursing Homes Are Being Sued for Obeying Liberal Governors’ Orders
Jerry Newcombe, There should not be two standards of justice in this nation—a slap on the wrist for the politically correct… read more How Can We Have Two Systems of Justice in This Country?
M.D. Kittle, Anthony Chentis learned firsthand the meaning of vigorous enforcement of the new coronavirus law. Chentis is owner of… read more We Are Now Entering Vigorous Enforcement of Coronavirus Laws
Greg George, California Democrats’ infamous ‘gig’ law, AB 5, took effect at the beginning of this year, and now thousands… read more Democrat ‘Gig’ Law Punishes California’s Disability Community for Pursing American Dream
Douglas MacKinnon, The deliberate panic created over the coronavirus is not victimless. Far from it. When the radioactive dust settles… read more Can the Coronavirus-Panic-Creating Media be Sued for Closed Businesses and Lost Jobs?
Jenna Ellis, The current hysteria surrounding Attorney General William Barr’s decision to intervene in the Roger Stone case and override… read more AG Barr Was Right to Step in for Stone’s Excessive Sentencing