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Michelle Malkin

Opinion: Our Children Are Not Chattel

They admitted it. Now they think they can get away with it. Three weeks ago, I reported to you on the appalling case of sixth grade student Rylee M., who was pressured by teachers at Chinook Trail Middle School to seal her mask to her face with thick blue painter’s tape. Another schoolmate came forward

Patrick J. Buchanan

Opinion: Did Glasgow Deliver ‘Blah, Blah, Blah’?

At the end of the first week of the Glasgow climate summit, 100,000 protesters marched to denounce the attendees as phonies who will never honor their commitments to curb carbon emissions. Despite pledges by 100 nations to reduce methane emissions by 30% by 2030, and by 20 nations, including the U.S., to end financing of

Hypnotically Speaking

Hypnotically Speaking

Let’s explore how hypnosis can help to manage pain. Pain signals the nervous system telling us something may be wrong and is the most common reason for a visit to the doctor’s office. As a major symptom of many medical conditions, it can interfere with a person’s quality of life on many levels. Pain is

Michael Barone

Opinion: Biden Democrats Lose Big — And on Cultural Issues

President Joe Biden returned the morning of Nov. 3 to a nation that no longer supports him or his party. Virginia, which he carried 55% to 44% in 2020, has elected Republican Glenn Youngkin as governor, Republicans for lieutenant governor and attorney general, and recaptured a majority in the House of Delegates. Even more startlingly,

Buz Blog

Opinion: Care What They Do, Not What They Say

“There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily.” —George Washington Some people have told me that they didn’t vote in the last election. They didn’t want to vote for Biden, but they couldn’t vote for President Trump. They thought he was a narcissist who liked to hear himself

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