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  • Five Pinocchios for Gavin Newsom

    Add California Governor Gavin Newsom’s name to the list of prominent elected officials who blatantly lied about their personal histories.
  • Lawmakers can help America’s restaurants feed economy
    The restaurant industry is the nation’s second-largest private employer – two out of three adults in this country have worked in it at some point in their lives. This includes many members of Congress, their families, and their constituents. There is a unifying power of America’s restaurants that calls for rare bipartisan action to enact policies that fuel our ability to serve and strengthen the nation’s economy.
  • Senate can stop expansion of government surveillance
    When the U.S. House passed the Reforming Intelligence and Securing America Act (RISAA), which reauthorizes the FISA Section 702 surveillance authority, it overlooked something big – an amendment that would drive the greatest expansion of government surveillance authority in recent history. The Senate has time to correct this and restore balance between the needs of national security and the safeguarding of Americans’ civil liberties.
  • The real impact of Biden's direct-flight parole on our city
    The Biden administration’s direct-flight parole-and-release program was created to mitigate the challenges of illegal border crossings by facilitating an alternative entry of ineligible individuals directly into the U.S. However, this initiative has effectively led to an open border policy, unleashing numerous challenges and hardships on communities throughout Florida.
  • The importance of pro-growth tax policy
    At the end of the day, the U.S. tax code should be written to benefit the American economy, families, workers, and small businesses, not hurt them. However, in recent years, it has not felt this way, as Americans are being crushed by high interest rates, skyrocketing inflation, and lower real wages.
  • Biden must not encourage illegal mass migration from Haiti
    Since President Biden took office, more than eight million people have crossed our insecure southern border, and 90,000 have immigrated from Afghanistan un-vetted. The resultant threats to our national security—from the rise of Tren de Aragua to the infiltration of Islamist terrorists—are severe and out of control. The tragedy in Haiti is great, but it’s no excuse for letting these threats increase.
  • Impeachment ‘whistleblower’ was in the loop of Biden-Ukraine affairs
    The "whistleblower" who sparked Donald Trump’s first impeachment was deeply involved in the political maneuverings behind Biden-family business schemes in Ukraine that Trump wanted probed, newly obtained emails from former Vice President Joe Biden’s office reveal.
  • Odds and ends, and a thank-you note
    Today's Word of the Day is allyship. A word I was happily ignorant of until a recent county commissioners' meeting. Whoever came up with "allyship" must be totally ignorant of the Golden Rule: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you,” (Matthew 7:12). Enough said.
  • Gray days
    Perhaps this was also a day to recognize that I really am a very fortunate gray-haired lady. A touch of blue had just begun to spread across the sky.
  • America’s broken pendulum
    Today’s ruling alliance of the ideologically woke and the power-hungry establishment, however, does more than merely push the pendulum into uncharted territory. It seeks to dismantle every structure capable of bringing the country back toward a rational center.
  • Is it time for Greenfield to change to a City Charter?
    I think it’s time again to consider a Charter for Greenfield. The majority of the current committee’s grievances can best be addressed with a Charter. The council-manager form of government is the fastest-growing form of government in the United States today. It’s also the most prevalent – it’s used by more cities, villages, townships and counties than any other form.
  • Democracy dies in primaries
    There’s an exhausted majority of voters eager for something different, yet our broken system simply doesn’t allow it. Look no further than No Labels, whose attempt to field a bipartisan presidential ticket collapsed because no candidate was willing to be a “spoiler” in an election system that disadvantages, even prevents, new competition. The real problem isn’t who we’re electing, it’s how we’re electing them. 
  • Fixing a misguided Department of Energy regulation to save Ohio steel jobs
    The Biden Administration’s proposed rule required all new transformers to be made with a different kind of steel that’s almost entirely manufactured overseas. 
  • A sermon on John 10:11-18: The Good Shepherd
    I believe God picks you up when life knocks you down. God places you around His loving, caring shoulders. Yet, that doesn't stop some believers from dumping on God their anger or bitterness because they or someone they love is sick. 
  • Blaming food for obesity is like blaming water for drowning
    The Amish — an ethno-religious group in the US — consume a high-calorie, highly-palatable diet that includes meat, potatoes, gravy, eggs, breads, pies, and cakes, and “is quite high in fat and refined sugar.” Yet, the Amish have a greater life expectancy and substantially lower obesity, T2DM, heart disease, and cancer than other Americans. 
  • A generation lost to climate anxiety
    This reckless alarmism, saturated across the mainstream media and endlessly amplified by it, has had profound societal consequences. It has both distorted public understanding of the massive benefits the carbon economy makes possible and grossly exaggerated the risks of extreme events it allegedly makes more likely. 
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