There seems to be only one area of common ground in our country today: agreement that something is wrong.
It’s 2021, a brand-new year and for a few months now, the Antelope Valley Union High School District Board has had a new member. However, that hasn’t stopped the “terrible twosome,” Victoria Ruffin and Amanda Parrell, from making a point through their votes.
Your grandchildren will soon be taught that a remarkable historic event occurred on Jan. 13, 2021 when a true bipartisan Congress impeached President Donald J. Trump for a second time.
In a ruthless display of muscle last week, America’s Big Tech companies banished President Trump and many of his fervent supporters from social media, and they did it without even breaking a sweat. On Thursday, one day after a pro-Trump mob attacked the US Capitol, Facebook announced that it…
Twitter explained why it decided to permanently ban President Donald Trump: “After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them — specifically how they are being received and interpreted on and off Twitter — we have permanently suspended the acc…
We’ve come a long way from the days when social media was largely viewed as a positive development that boosted access and participation in the realm of mass communications. Anyone and everyone could have a voice and access to an audience.
With just two months before the legal deadline for the state Board of Education to decide on a new ethnic studies curriculum for all California public schools, new concepts have been introduced into the latest proposal and new people added to those who might be studied. Still, old prejudices…
The Wall Street Journal — which has offered many editorials in support of President Donald J. Trump — on Jan. 7, urged that the president resign to avoid impeachment.
The list of California law enforcement agencies refusing to enforce current stay-at-home, crowd-size and masking orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom and county health officials numbers at least two dozen, stretching into most parts of the state.
If you’ve ever hit a speed bump unexpectedly, you know what a jolt that can give you. The same can be said for hitting anything while driving, whether it’s a pole, trash can or an animal.
Let me be blunt, please: Most of us ink-stained wretches in the political press corps are complete suckers for candor from politicians when speaking about themselves. Candor can truly be disarming.
In “King Lear,” Shakespeare’s tragic protagonist comes to life as fiction’s most powerful example of narcissistic personality disorder, a man who devolves from being a mere fool to gradually going mad.
Democrats and much of the Republican-hating media call the Republicans’ election challenge dead on arrival and say the effort hurt Republicans in Georgia. If so, why the outrage protestations from the left?
Donald Trump detests California. He showed several times during his one-term presidency that he was out to do this state as much harm as possible.
There have always been people like Donald Trump: self-centered, self-aggrandizing, believing that the rules apply only to the little people and that what happens to the little people doesn’t matter.
Being outspoken isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Speaking up when we see something happening and we know it’s wrong is encouraged. Isn’t that what we teach our children? Even law enforcement constantly tells us, “if you see something, say something.”
President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden are quite different from each other. It is obvious in their personalities and in their policy positions. So, we can reasonably assume that their White House management styles will also be radically different. One thing is for sure: No matt…
Many of the Trump administration’s foes would proclaim how the four years of turbulent problems in the White House West Wing proved just how inept the president was.
Historical revisionism — that’s the only term to describe what’s happening today in the naming of public schools and parks. Who led what, who created what, whose ideas and ideals resulted in today’s world, these things mean less with each passing week and each renaming.
WASHINGTON — The plague year 2020 was yet another brutal rejoinder to the belief that brute forces can be pushed to the margins of, and eventually out of, humanity’s experience. When today’s pandemic recedes, what should linger is a quickened appreciation of the fragility of life and social …