Because it is apparently never too soon to start the Christmas carols, we at the Nuclear Option column have decided to write one of our own.
Over the past few weeks, the social media site TikTok has spread a plethora of disinformation and propaganda, including misleading posts about the war between Israel and Hamas.
We all know President Biden, who just turned 81, is out of it. He has a hard time putting a sentence together, falls down a lot, and doesn’t know the difference between Taylor Swift and Britney Spears.
When American corporate titans stood and clapped to honor Chinese dictator Xi Jinping at a Nov. 15 dinner, the scene showcased just how submissive they are to a man who is trying to subvert the United States.
The New York Times has made a “startling” discovery. Its editorial board has recognized that school closures at the start of the pandemic may prove to be the most damaging disruption in the history of education.
As we careen toward the Iowa caucuses, now about 45 days away, and the New Hampshire primary, only eight days after that, the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination has been reduced to its essentials.
Hollywood stars are increasingly speaking out with an unfiltered boldness about life, faith and the truth about their industry, exhibiting a reflective sincerity that is deeply refreshing.
The right to privacy — to be left alone, to engage in behavior and communications immune from government regulation or surveillance, to be yourself — is a fundamental human right.
Some movies are worth watching more than once. The one now playing in the Middle East isn’t one of them.