In Loudoun County Transgender Rape case, Soros DA strikes out (official Washington Examiner editorial, Sept. 16)

Don’t forget 9/11, and don’t be caught unprepared again (Sept. 11)

Pentagon diversity editor is herself an awful racist (Sept. 15)  A key education specialist for the Department of Defense has made tweets so patently racist that it is evident she should never have been hired for her job. Then again, her job shouldn’t exist in the first place….

“Exhausted at these white folx,” she wrote. “This lady actually had the CAUdacity to say that black people can be racist too.” Note that “CAUdacity” is supposed to mean “Caucasian audacity” — apparently synonymous with the true and time-honored belief that racial hatred is always wrong, no matter who engages in it.

Wing also seems fond of the word “whiteness” as an indicator of character traits and wrote: “I am exhausted by 99% of the white men in education and 95% of the white women. Where can I get a break from white nonsense for a while?”….

Big religious liberty win for children in New York (Sept. 9)

Alas, a Jewish college must still struggle to have its religious liberty acknowledged (Sept. 15)

Ethically, Trump is 100% in the wrong on Mar-a-Lago records (Sept. 2)

Biden’s ‘soul’ speech was full of hypocrisy (Sept. 2)

Kamala Harris also can’t see her own mote (Sept. 10)

When it comes to the Biden-Harris administration demonizing Republicans while claiming to stand for unity, enough is enough — and enough is already far, far too much.

The two defamation artists couldn’t stop after President Joe Biden called Republican adversaries “semi-fascists” and made one of the nastiest presidential “addresses” in history. Vice President Kamala Harris followed with a Saturday speech to the Democratic National Committee that repeatedly referred to elected Republican leaders and the Supreme Court not just as wrong, but as “extremists” who “restrict and systematically attempt to take away freedoms” and want to “dismantle our democracy.”

Maybe it’s not just exaggeration and calumny. Maybe it’s psychological projection…..[Here’s why]…

Supreme Court needs more transparency about how its confidentiality was violated (Sept. 10)

Kenneth Starr didn’t deserve his bad reputation (Sept. 13)



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