Tyler O'NeilJune 2, 20215min
On June 1, which LGBT activists — and President Joe Biden — celebrate as the first day of “Pride month,” Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) signed a law protecting fairness in women’s sports. He signed the bill in front of a group of female teenage athletes, including Selina Soule, one of the Connecticut female athletes who […]

Tyler O'NeilApril 21, 20216min
On Monday, after the Derek Chauvin trial went to the jury for its verdict, protesters marched through the streets of Minneapolis, Minn. As they marched, a Polish National Catholic Church mysteriously caught fire and sustained heavy damage. “The fire spread to multiple parts of the church, parts of the roof have collapsed, and right now, […]

Tyler O'NeilJanuary 23, 202110min
A House Republican officially filed articles of impeachment against President Joe Biden on his second day in office. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) — infamous for supporting the QAnon conspiracy theory on a blog before running for Congress — launched a Quixotic attempt to impeach Biden over the Hunter Biden-Burisma scandal. President Joe Biden is […]

Tyler O'NeilDecember 5, 20207min
Gordon Chang, an American of Chinese ancestry who spent decades in China and has extensively written about the threat of China, warned that China meddled in the 2020 presidential election and engaged in “an act of war” against the United States by enflaming the antifa/Black Lives Matter riots in American cities over the summer. China […]

Tyler O'NeilDecember 4, 202013min
Left-leaning economists and politicians like Bernie Sanders are constantly warning about income inequality and America’s worrisome decline in economic upward mobility. They are right to worry, but their big-government solutions would likely make things worse — and they often fail to recognize the welfare system’s perverse incentives that contribute to the problem in the first […]

Tyler O'NeilNovember 1, 20205min
An unidentified assailant riding a pedicab ambushed two police officers in New Orleans, opening fire into their police vehicle on Friday night. The shooter hit one cop in the face and the shards of glass from the bullet wounded the other officer. Police Superintendent Shaun Ferugson announced that the assailant opened fire at around 4:30 […]

Tyler O'NeilOctober 20, 20207min
Is Big Tech interfering in the 2020 election? If so, tech companies did not start with the suppression of The New York Post‘s Hunter Biden bombshell story last week — although that act was arguably the most egregious. Facebook and Twitter have censored President Donald Trump or his reelection campaign 65 times but have not […]