Biden’s Expansion of Asylum Rule Would Cause Border Chaos

When President Biden recently signed executive orders effectively rolling back efforts by the previous administration to reduce the 2019 surge in unlawful crossings at the southern border, he proclaimed, “I’m not making new law. I’m eliminating bad policy.” The obvious intent of the declaration was to dispel any suggestion that the newly elected president was trespassing on Congress’ constitutionally exclusive legislative authority. …
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Time to Show Some Backbone with Mexico

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador addresses the nation on his second anniversary as the President at the National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico, December 1, 2020. (Henry Romero/Reuters) From whitewashing a general’s narco ties to stripping DEA agents of immunity, Mexico’s brash behavior demands a response from Biden. ‘Do you think France, Canada or Great Britain would be OK …
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The ‘Inspirational’ Golden State

President Joe Biden appears to be looking to California for policy inspiration. This bodes ill for Americans. California, a beautiful land graced by mild weather, lost population last year for the first time in its 170-year history as a state. That 80,000 residents are fleeing annually to Texas, where summers are markedly less enjoyable, speaks volumes about California’s craptacular governance. Corporations are also leaving in …
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How Media And Pentagon Brass Used Bad Math To Slander Our Troops

Are the ranks of the U.S. military riddled with white supremacists? CNN thinks so, and won’t let the facts get in the way of this compelling narrative. CNN makes its case in a story headlined, “Disproportionate number of current and former military personnel arrested in Capitol attack, CNN analysis shows.” This is both factually untrue and downright libelous. It dishonors …
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Pandemic child abuse panic underscores need for CPS reform

Stories warning of a coming surge in child abuse have been a staple of local news reporting throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. For months, experts quoted in these reports issued dire predictions that severe instances of child abuse were poised to skyrocket due, in part, to the widespread move toward virtual schooling. The logic of these warnings followed a similar pattern: More children …
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Want Unity? Remember Who Is Calling For It

I’m all for unity. Most Americans are. But I’m doubtful about the sincerity of those preaching unity since President Joe Biden’s inauguration. My skepticism is not sour grapes over the election. Joe Biden is our president, and he has my prayers and my respect. Furthermore, whenever and however the public policy group I lead can work together with him and his administration, we will. Rather, …
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Why Joe Biden Will Probably Do More Than Congress Does In The Next Two Years

President Joe Biden faces a 50-50 Senate and a narrowly divided House. Some observers assert that with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi holding the gavel and Vice President Kamala Harris able to preside as president of the Senate and vote to break ties, the Democrats control Congress. Looking at mathematic “control” of Congress betrays a simplistic understanding of the very human …
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Biden wants to Make America California again… here’s how that could go

A Los Angeles Times article entitled “Make America California Again? That’s Biden’s plan” asserts that the Biden-Harris administration is looking to California as its “de facto policy think tank” and an “incubator of innovation, premier laboratory of democracy (and) land of big ideas.” This is a very bad plan. How bad does it have to be in California, the land of near-perfect weather …
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Why President-elect Biden’s energy plans could derail the American Dream

The coming inauguration of Joe Biden as the next president of the United States sets the stage for a policy agenda that openly and proudly demonizes the affordable, reliable energy resources we all rely upon. Biden’s energy plans are bad for our national security, economy, public health, and overall quality of life. But the American people’s ingenuity and creativity — and the very nature …
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The 2020 Election Aftermath Is Not At All Unprecedented In U.S. History

The presidential election was close. Only 84 Electoral College votes separated the contenders. Widespread allegations of ballot fraud were claimed by national party chairmen in 11 states, with court challenges lasting into the middle of the year following the election. Changing the results in just two states would flip the election. The fraud allegations were serious, including dead people voting …
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