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My Baby Grandson’s America

My first grandchild was born the middle of July. Today we focus on what America can do to build a better country in which my grandson, along with all others of his generation, can thrive in peace and harmony.

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A 2022 Summer of Love? Not So Far.

Our world, including the United States, has known more love-filled summers than this one. We have seen widespread animosity, violence, destruction, corruption, and selfishness. Indifference, too. We chronicle a few sad updates in postcard fashion.

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Inflation 2

Americans say inflation is a very, very big problem—the country’s biggest, in fact—particularly given the companion issue of high gas prices. Here is our review of the political themes in this familiar picture.

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Real Fireworks in the Declaration

It’s not truly about the fireworks, the parades, the food, or even the time with the family. What the Fourth of July still represents today is the very essence of our nation. Here is our annual look at the ongoing meaning of the Declaration of Independence.

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Abortion: A Solution

With the end of Roe v. Wade, we now will see the abortion tail viciously wagging 50 state dogs. We urge the U.S. Congress to negotiate a resolution to the problem instead. Blessed are the peacemakers.

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Oh, Say, Americans, Can’t You See?

Too easily today, Americans can forget the ideals for which our flag stands. Quite frankly, the stars and stripes do not wave quite so well or so boldly when flying at half-staff. Notwithstanding the gloom, though,, our flag can and does still stream gallantly.

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Student Debt “Forgiveness”

Not shockingly, 83 percent of those borrowers favor the federal government “forgiving” their debts. Here is a principled look at what the so-called cancellation of student loans really would do for our nation.

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Big Tech is a Big Target

The success of Amazon, Apple, Meta (formerly known as Facebook), Microsoft, Musk (Elon), and Alphabet (the parent of Google) somehow has turned them into enemies of federal government officials, who threaten new antitrust laws and enforcement actions.

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