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  • Marquette Law School survey finds Haley leads Biden by 10 points

    A new Marquette Law School Poll national survey of registered voters finds President Joe Biden trailing against each of the top three potential Republican candidates, with former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley leading Biden 55% to 45% among registered voters.
  • While Newsom travels the globe, California's problems grow worse
    California has had 39 governors and the state has lost population under only one: Newsom. In fact, it has now lost population for three straight years. California is also losing businesses, though it's fair to say that this trend started long before Newsom was governor. But he's done nothing that would stop it or even slow it down. 
  • Shaping Arkansas into a destination for outdoor enthusiasts
    The Duck Stamp Modernization Act would authorize an electronic stamp for use through the entirety of a waterfowl hunting season, which would create a more seamless and accessible approach for hunters.
  • Does Biden really know how he’s polling?
    Either President Biden does not know about the polls that show he is trailing Donald Trump in mock matchups in key battleground states, or he’s the relentless optimist who beat the odds to win the White House and has chosen not to believe most of them. Which is it is not immediately clear.
  • DHS gives low-wage workers short shrift
    Barring a new 2025 administration’s heroic intervention, complete with a vigorous removal plan of those who arrived through Biden’s unconstitutional and illegal scheming, the migrants are here to stay.
  • Army making a mistake in cuts to Special Operations Forces
    America must rebuild its conventional deterrent, including its blue water Navy and submarine force, and especially its manufacturing industrial base. But sacrificing the best capabilities the U.S. developed in the last war, the forces that achieved the only real victories, is foolhardy and invites disaster.
  • Rep. Smith: Working families stressed about the future after three years of Bidenomics
    Workers and families are anxious and stressed about how they’ll afford basic goods and services today and what the future holds. Americans are quickly losing hope that tomorrow’s economy will be any better than today’s high prices and high interest rates, expecting high levels of inflation to still be around in five to 10 years. 
  • California lawsuit could have disastrous consequences for Louisiana
    The state of California recently sued energy producers and manufacturers, alleging they are liable for climate change and billions of dollars in damages. The lawsuit sounds a warning about a dangerous tactic across the United States being deployed by certain states and local governments – from California to Hoboken, N.J.
  • A look at California's landmark climate reporting laws
    Failure to comply with SB 253 and SB 261 puts companies at risk of civil penalties imposed by the state. Perhaps even worse, non-compliance can also result in reputational damage that kneecaps credibility, stakeholder trust and market standing for an organization.
  • Speaker Johnson’s moment of truth arriving
    If Johnson doesn’t make good on his agenda, to quote verbatim an Arizona CBP border officer when Biden ended Title 42, America is “screwed.”
  • A sermon on Matthew 25:14-30
    God begs you not to bury the gift of God that you are by fear, judgment or condemnation of others. Help others see they too are gifts from God. That doesn't mean you condone everything others may do. But it does mean you welcome them as children of God that they are.
  • No way to avoid fighting Hamas and no other way to fight
    The Hamas mini-state must not be allowed to survive this round and immediately start planning the next assault, fully secure in the knowledge that nothing they will ever do to Israel will allow us to do the only thing they really fear – dismantle this state.
  • Spring cleaning?
    I really do look forward to this time of year. This is that end of summer time when I no longer have the haunting feeling that I really should spend the day, every day, down weeding the garden. 
  • The Declaration of Independence founded a theistic republic
    Civic theism for the authors of the Declaration moved beyond a narrow set of religious practices or beliefs. Individual founders differed in their doctrines, and yet they unanimously advocated for a theistic republic. It was built on the premise that a good God not only created the world but demanded justice, liberty and equality from those who govern it. Remove its foundation, and a republic such as this is doomed to fracture and collapse.
  • 'Heroes ride Hondas there'
    Faraway country. Poverty stricken area with hard-working citizens, who don’t have much chance to see things change for the better. My hero rides his Honda into their part of his world every day, to deliver help and hope.
  • High stakes and a simple choice
    I am 94 years old and like many of you, I am exhausted by politics and saddened by what I see happening to America. I had hoped it was time for me to move to the sidelines and let younger generations continue the fight to preserve America’s founding freedoms and values. But, like so many of us, I realized that I could not let myself walk away; the stakes are just too high.
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