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President Trump said as much last week in a conversation with the ABC-TV anchor George Stephanopoulos – he said he would accept information from a foreign government or foreign nationals that would help him in the 2020 presidential election and he would not notify the FBI.

If there is one thing you learn about at Oberlin College, the notoriously progressive liberal arts college, it is surely privilege: white privilege, hetero privilege, gender privilege, you name it.

Around Feb. 27, MIT Technology Review interviewed Bill Gates who said "that it is better to be born today than ever and it will be better to be born 20 years from now than today." But according to Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the world is going to end in 12 years. Will anyone ask …

Just over a year ago, President Trump and his health secretary, Alex Azar, stood in the Rose Garden at the White House and told the American people they were going to start putting American patients first and lower prescription drug prices. The President announced a bold blueprint that would…

I read that reporters at the New York Times took off their shoes and socks and counted, on their fingers and toes (lol), 84 ways the Trump Administration is worsening pollution in America.

Jon Voight recently broadcasted a two-part message on Twitter where the octogenarian actor asserted that Donald Trump is the greatest president since Abraham Lincoln.  Voight was dismissed by Hollywood Leftists who can’t fathom why anyone would give credence to someone who last worked with J…

So it is with Sohrab Ahmari’s fusillade in the religious journal First Things against my National Review colleague David French that has occasioned a cataract of conservative commentary.

In a little over four months, we will go to the polls, again. Most of us, will be able to cast our ballots. Well, hopefully. Unfortunately, some of us may face obstacles.

As the nation grows less religious, the 116th Congress is reported to be the most religiously diverse in its storied history.  According to Pew Research, 80 percent of Americans may believe in God, but nearly one-third say the “deity” in whom they believe in is not the God of the Bible, but …

Although I know very little about Fred Keller, who won Pa's 12th District PA Congressional seat by a greater margin than Trump got as president, I think the 70% to 30% in favor of Keller is a very good sign for Trump and America. Maybe, just maybe, voters now have voter's remorse as they see…

A flip-flopper is someone who moves from being in favor of something, before turning against it, to finally favoring it, again. That’s me. It is painful to say this, but, I believe the House should begin impeachment inquiries.

Washington is about to see another controversial chapter in the Trump era. Any day now, the Environmental Protection Agency will issue its final “Affordable Clean Energy” rule. Intended as a replacement for President Obama’s 2015 Clean Power Plan, the new rule will likely spur debate in Wash…

Yeah. We hate the IRS, the tax man, the Internal Revenue Service. Everyone hates the IRS, whether it’s tax time or not.

President Donald Trump may be guilty of many things, but a cover-up in the Mueller probe isn’t one of them. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, attempting to appease forces in the Democratic Party eager for impeachment, is accusing him of one, with all the familiar Watergate connotations.

Science that reveals our impact on the future can be difficult to accept. If we cannot see, immediately, that the health of our planet is in jeopardy, we have difficulty believing there really is a problem. Still, it can be startling to hear folks vehemently proclaim that they do not believe…

People change. If you want to look at a glaring example, put your eyes on Viktor Orban, the Prime Minister of Hungary, who spent some time shoulder to shoulder with Donald Trump in the White House last week.

Leftists refuse to deliberate in good faith – instead they belittle and bully.  In the City of Brotherly Love, such antics were on display as State Rep. Brian Sims, a Democrat, seemed to enjoy berating a group of peaceful, pro-life women, including three teenage girls quietly praying in fron…

It is time we put to rest the myth that private enterprises always offer much better services at far cheaper prices than public enterprises can.

Last month, Governor Tom Wolf visited Towanda to highlight the bipartisan Restore Pennsylvania proposal that would provide $4.5 billion to remediate blight, expand broadband access, increase flood protection, and improve our green infrastructure. Restore Pennsylvania will boost Pennsylvania’…

With his ominous looking goatee, shaved head, forearm tattoos and 6 feet 8 inch frame, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman looks like he belongs at the end of the Philadelphia 76ers’ bench.   

The surprise about the big New York Times story on Donald Trump’s tax returns is that there are no real surprises.

In the maelstrom of media coverage of U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s testimony before the Senate and his snub of the House, other breaking news got lost in a hazy fog. So, if you missed the fact that the House accepted a climate-related bill — H.R. 9 — on Thursday, May 2, you are proba…

Recently, the Food and Drug Administration proposed enforcing its own labeling rules for milk and similar plant-based products at the behest of the dairy industry, which could change the way that milk and milk alternatives are labeled.

Over the past months I’ve written several times about Steve Bannon, the avowed Communist sympathizer who was President Trump’s senior strategist during Trump’s first year in office.