Search for the truth brings tears


By JAMIE STIEHM I don’t need a hearing to tell me what happened on Jan. 6 at the U.S. Capitol, which was stormed by an armed mob. But the nation needs a reckoning on that deadly day. It was a moment history will never forget, a presidential attack on an equal branch of government, ...

On being vaccinated


By Marc A. Thiessen The pandemic is worsening and the delta variant is so infectious, we are told, that we need to return to covid-19 restrictions — even for fully vaccinated Americans. Los Angeles has already reinstated indoor mask mandates, and on Tuesday the Centers for Disease Control ...

Don’t ban free speech


The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on crying ‘censorship’ at social media giants: Former President Donald Trump is suing Facebook, Twitter and You Tube. They banned him, and he calls the ban censorship and casts himself as a champion of free speech and the First ...

The Unholy Treachery


By MICHELLE MALKIN It seems there’s no sanctuary from draconian mask and vaccine mandates. You can’t get on a plane, go to school, work at a hospital, perform onstage, compete in sports, exercise at a gym, worship in church or walk outside without the long shadows of Big Pharma and the ...

Biden is not for democracy


By ROBERT B. REICH You’d think President Biden and the Democratic Party leadership would do everything in their power to stop Republicans from undermining democracy. So far this year, the GOP has passed roughly 30 laws in states across the country that will make voting harder, especially ...

Why the left can’t let go of January 6th


By PATRICK J. BUCHANAN To understand what House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s select committee investigation of the Capitol Hill events of Jan. 6 is all about, a good place to begin is with the sentencing hearing last week of Paul Hodgkins. A crane operator from Tampa, Florida, Hodgkins, 38, ...