Gov. Gavin Newsom accuses the College Board of caving in to Gov. Ron DeSantis when it is obvious he is the one beholden to teachers unions and the woke crowd.
Review-Journal editorial cartoonist Michael Ramirez is a two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a three-time winner of the Sigma Delta Chi Award.
Officials question why the Chinese surveillance balloon wasn’t intercepted.
Scientists propose bringing back the dodo bird from extinction.
A more accurate picture of the effect of Biden’s policies and the $31.4 trillion debt on our national financial infrastructure.
The U.S. four-star general in charge of air mobility command predicts war with China by 2025 while our military seems more focused on social change than projecting strength.
The excessive force and brutal beating of Tyre Nichols by Memphis police officers is a stain on law enforcement.
Even as his lies and financial and legal woes mount, Rep. George Santos’ appointment to two congressional committee assignments assures that the GOP will be damaged goods.
While Americans struggle to pay record high-prices and the economy teeters on recession, President Joe Biden cheers his economic plan.
GAO releases a report estimating that taxpayers underwrote $60 billion in fraudulent pandemic unemployment payments.
NATO has a strategic interest in providing David with the firepower to push Goliath out of Ukraine.
With the discovery of classified documents in former Vice President Mike Pence’s home in Indiana, it seems that classified documents are turning up everywhere.
NATO frustration with Germany grows as chancellor Scholz continues to refuse to send German tanks to Ukraine.
The perpetual dance with a national debt that now exceeds our national GDP.
Kevin McCarthy welcomes Santos into the GOP family and rewards his lies with two House committee assignments.
The United States reaches a staggering $31.4 trillion debt limit (larger than the GDP) setting the stage for political brinkmanship which cripple the economy.