Pearl Harbor
World

Let’s remember Pearl Harbor . . . and the start of the American era

We remember Pearl Harbor, not just because it was an infamous attack on a peaceful nation, but because it marked the start of America’s world dominance. Today, we “remember Pearl Harbor,” the day on which the Japanese launched an unprovoked attack again the United States, killing 2,335 Americans serving in [Read More]

Politics

Credible Speech

By: Mike McDaniel    Let us consider the relative credibility and worth of two people. What’s that you say? How dare I suggest some people are more credible and worthy than others? It’s not for privileged white men like me to make such judgments? Actually, all are permitted to judge the [Read More]

Elections

The Sleeping Giant Awakens

By: Mike McDaniel     Why did Hillary Clinton lose? Why, as she angrily screamed, wasn’t she winning by 50 points? Some have suggested it was because people saw her as far more concerned about men using women’s bathrooms than about jobs. Perhaps it was her–and the self-imagined elites that supported [Read More]