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There is much we can learn from dogs. In childhood, they are our best companions, seeming to understand our every emotion. They accept us when we feel left out, wait hours for us to return from …

Accreditors are responsible for providing an honest assessment on the quality of institutions of higher education, and their stamp of approval is tied to federal and state funds – no green light, …

Even during high inflation, Congress chooses to waste money by giving it to large corporations who don’t need it. This week, semiconductor firms convinced Congress to provide free money and tax …

Clark Robertson: Spots and Dots

It’s a sign of the times: Spots and dots appearing before our very eyes, seemingly overnight. No, it’s not your vision failing you, and there’s no need to clean your glasses. We’re dealing …

Danielle Hatherley Carroll is an artist. She shares her talent with others, taking groups on field trips around various locations in New York City, setting up easels and enjoying the company of a …

The record high inflation that is plaguing Americans is being fueled by out-of-control federal spending. The federal government has spent over $6 trillion on COVID-19 related pandemic stimulus …

The cost of everything has been skyrocketing over the past year. Americans have been forced to shell out record amounts of money for gasoline, food, electronics ... and now postage. On July 10, the …

In the parable of the sower, Jesus talks about a farmer who planted seeds on rocky ground where there wasn’t much soil. The seeds sprouted quickly, but also died quickly because the soil was …

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs wasted more than $2.3 million on unlimited data plans for phones and tablets that sat unused in storage, according to an audit by the VA Office of Inspector …

OPINION | Joe Biden’s War on Fossil Fuels

Try as they might to mitigate the severe energy crisis plaguing the U.S., the Biden administration’s attempt to shore up supply is a few wellheads short of an oil rig. With gasoline prices …

While the abortion debate is front and center, climate change alarmists are all fired up about another U.S. Supreme Court opinion released last week. In West Virginia v. EPA, the court struck down …

If you’re a fan of classic country music, then I’m sure you recognize the opening lines to Lynn Anderson’s hit “Rose Garden.” I tend to associate items and memories with music. Perhaps …

Nearly all Americans have felt the impact of “stimulus” spending signed into law by Presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Inflation has topped 8 percent and prices for everything from food to …

After the demise of Roe v. Wade late last month, at a Madrid press conference, President Joe Biden announced his support for suspending the Senate’s filibuster rule to pass legislation codifying …

Liberal members of Congress recently announced an agreement that grants federal bureaucrats the power to arbitrarily set drug prices as an approach to “lower drug costs.” While some may be fooled …

The brightest star in the constellation Canis Major is Sirius, which is also the brightest star in the sky after the sun. Ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians believed the morning rising and evening …

Most of the time, public officials in Wisconsin obey the state’s openness laws. Sometimes, they need a little prodding from the courts. But the recent conduct of Robin Vos and Michael Gableman is …

The Supreme Court wrapped up its history-making term last week with a shot across the bow at government regulatory agencies. One of its two final rulings, West Virginia v. EPA, saw the court rule 6-3 …

The Democrats' Build Back Better bill has risen from the dead. U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., who killed the massive spending package last year, is back in conversation with his party's leaders …

Every year, Mawmaw Hill planted old maids lining the sidewalk from the driveway to her screened porch. They bloomed profusely throughout the summer in shades of red, orange, yellow, pink, and …

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to play whack-a-mole on tobacco policies. The leading regulatory agency that oversees everything from food staples to pharmaceuticals to tobacco …

The historic surge of illegal immigrants across America’s southern border is fueling a hidden crime spree few in Washington seem willing or able to address: widespread identity theft by migrants …

“We’ve had two quarters: 1.5% decline in GDP, that’s actually done the first quarter, and this quarter now is estimated by the Atlanta Fed as being very, very close to zero,” economist Art …

Domestication of crops began thousands of years ago in both the old and new worlds. While most of our grain crops are native to the old world, we do have important crops heralding from the …

Ford recently announced an $11 billion investment in electric vehicle and battery plants in Kentucky and Tennessee – a win for southern workers looking to fill the 11,000 new jobs needed to support …

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