Culture Wars/Current Controversies

America’s Drift Toward ‘a Country I Do Not Recognize’

September 25 2023
Republican Budget Takes Small but Important Steps on Welfare Reform

COMMENTARY
By Rachel Sheffield

House Republicans’ new budget resolution takes some important steps to advance reforms in welfare programs, particularly the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, known as food stamps.

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Devon Archer’s Testimony Raises Question: Did Hunter Biden Lie in His Own Memoir?

ANALYSIS
By Paul Sperry

A former business partner’s testimony indicates the president’s son’s memoir was an exercise in spin, especially about his father’s role in foreign business dealings now subject to an impeachment inquiry.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Gets a Postage Stamp; Why Doesn’t Antonin Scalia?

COMMENTARY
By Timothy Goeglein, Paul Batura

The opening of this year’s Supreme Court term on the first Monday of October will mark the release of a new Forever stamp featuring the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Why not Antonin Scalia?

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DHS Team Recruits Officials Who Falsely Called Hunter Biden Laptop Story ‘Russian Disinformation’

NEWS
By Casey Harper

House Republicans want to know why DHS added members to its Intelligence Board who signed on to the since-debunked 2020 letter suggesting the Hunter Biden laptop story was “Russian disinformation.”

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America’s Drift Toward ‘a Country I Do Not Recognize’

COMMENTARY
By Star Parker

Day by day, we are becoming what the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia described as “a country I do not recognize.”

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ICYMI: She Wanted to Be a Man From a Young Age and Lived as One for 11 Years. Why Kathy Grace Duncan Detransitioned.

ANALYSIS
By Virginia Allen

As a little girl, Kathy Grace Duncan watched her father abuse her mother and vowed she would never be victimized like her mom.

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