December 22, 2018
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AOC and her Green New Deal buddies in the Biden government are not just winning their crusade against fossil fuels.
Joe Biden lies. He stumbles. He has the beginnings of dementia.
Everyone in the national media this week was worrying about whether Donald Trump was going to be arrested in New York.
The poor Democrats trapped in the bloody and broken city of Chicago finally came to their senses. In their primary election for mayor on Tuesday they gave the boot to their goofy and dangerously woke mayor, Lori Lightfoot.
Train wreck. That’s a perfect way to describe the dismal record of the Biden administration.
It’s a stretch, but I think I know the real reason the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago.
We don’t fight our wars to win anymore. We fight them to get to a stalemate.
It’s time to play the Big Game again in Washington. It’s time again for members of Congress to perform one of their most important duties.
DeSantis, Kemp and Abbott. Those governors were not just the Republican Party’s brightest stars in this week’s disappointing midterms elections.
I know it’s a stretch. I know it’s a false analogy.
Some people over here in the former Colonies are complaining about all the heavy media coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The Democrats in Washington are doing another one of their zillion-dollar smash-and-grabs.
The best news of the past week for all Americans is that Liz Cheney lost. Big time. Her crushing demise in Wyoming’s Republican primary shouldn’t have been a surprise to anyone - and she deserved it.
I’m a lucky American. Thanks to my wife Colleen’s job as a travel agent, in the last two weeks I’ve been to Europe and back.
Lots of perplexed Americans are asking the question, “How did we get here?”
Donald Trump is out there speaking and drawing fired-up crowds in places like Illinois.
It’s so predictable, maybe we should start calling it “Gun Control Day.”
It was a fabulous week for conservatives, Republicans and millions of ordinary Americans.
I cry to see what’s happened to Disney. When I was growing up ...
Forty years ago we had a soaring inflation rate, obscene gas prices and interest rates in the teens.
Already I’ve had it. I’ve been back home for just a weekend but I’m ready to get back on that cruise ship and get away from America the Angry.
It’s not masks that those rebel Canadian truckers are against.
Everyone’s watching Russia to see what its thug-for-life, Vladimir Putin, is going to do in Ukraine.
The good news is I’m feeling a lot better than I did on Sunday. The bad news is that despite being vaxxed a year ago and boosted about 10 days ago, I’ve come down with COVID.
It’s New Year’s again and time to hope for a happier future.
My daughter has a nice little house in a safe neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley. Until recently she never really had to worry about crime or her personal safety.
The phonies who write the laws in Sacramento have no idea how hard it is to run a small business successfully. And they don’t care.
I know in my heart that man is good, that what is right will always eventually triumph, and there is purpose and worth to each and every life.
It’s not until you leave the United States that you realize how angry Americans are.
News that a federal judge had approved the unconditional release of John Hinckley Jr. next June set my phone to ringing furiously earlier this week.
“A blow out.” That’s what I said on Newsmax when I was asked what I thought would happen in California’s gubernatorial recall election.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York got a special Emmy last year for his nauseating daily pandemic press conferences.
What else could President Joe Biden possibly screw up?
Yesterday I went to my urologist for one of my regular checkups. I’ll spare you the medical details, but my trip to the doctor gave me a quick lesson in why there are still millions of Americans who are not returning to their jobs.
I don’t know how long I’ll be able to take the Tokyo Olympics.
Since I’m spending this week vacationing with my family in Newport Beach, I thought I’d talk to my son, Cameron, and let him do a little ranting.
“We’re with the government and we’re here to help.”
I think I can still hear them partying in the Kremlin.
Joe Biden is taking his first trip overseas as president.
China is claiming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is “full of lies and disinformation.”
Decades ago my sister Maureen often used to call the Republican Party “The Stupid Party.”
It’s been a rough week for conservatives, Republicans and all Americans.
My wife, daughter and I usually drive over to Las Vegas two or three times a year.
The Pandemic of 2020 was a tragedy for the whole world. But our all-out war against the coronavirus taught Americans a bunch of important lessons.
Everyone should be outraged at Democrats and Republicans for the damage they’ve done to the country during the last year.
Jan. 6, 2021, was a sad day for America.
Our politicians and leaders still don’t get it.
It doesn’t matter who wins on Tuesday, America is in for big trouble.
Listen before you speak. My mother Jane Wyman taught me that sensible lesson a long, long time ago.
The Kamala Harris-Mike Pence death match will go down in history as another forgettable vice presidential debate, but it had its pluses.
It didn’t matter what the findings of the Breonna Taylor grand jury were going to be. Black Lives Matter and their sympathizers were well-prepared to riot recently in Louisville and other cities, like New York and Washington.
Lots of people in politics and the media out here in California are blaming global warming for the 26 major wildfires that have killed at least 24, burned more than 3 million acres and destroyed thousands of homes. But let’s get real.
Am I in Hell, or just L.A.? The other day it was 121 degrees here. There’s so much smoke in the air from all the wildfires the sun looks like the moon. Everything’s closed because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Am I in Hell, or just L.A.? The other day it was 121 degrees here. There’s so much smoke in the air from all the wildfires the sun looks like the moon.
I’m happy to report I haven’t heard Nancy Pelosi’s name in five days.
Build Back Better. Build Back Better. Build Back Better. Try saying Joe Biden’s clunky campaign slogan three times fast without gagging — or laughing.
Can we all agree that the kids living in our biggest cities don’t get a good education?
There was even more yelling and screaming than usual in Washington this week.
I feel terribly sorry for the hundred thousand Americans who’ve lost their lives to the coronavirus.
Don’t tell the people in charge, but my friend’s wife is a member of the L.A. resistance.
What’s the use of living in sunny L.A.? It’s bad enough that it has been raining for what seems like months.
I sure hope this coronavirus crisis comes to an end soon.
Every four-year-old knows the official coronavirus drill by now.
There’s a virus threatening the health of America, all right. But it’s not new, not from a foreign country and it’s not the coronavirus.
Two weeks ago, I was happily sailing on a huge cruise ship in the Indian Ocean.
I never thought I’d feel sorry for a billionaire – a $60 billion billionaire.
It doesn’t matter whether the impeachment trial of President Trump is already over or it drags on for months.
I must have said it a dozen times since the Democrats’ impeachment miniseries took over our televisions, but I’ll say it again.
You’re excused if you didn’t hear about the latest impeachment bombshell that exploded in the media on Wednesday.
What a great holiday season it is. Know why?
Did anyone else not watch the Democrat presidential debate on TV Thursday night? I thought so.
Forget the phony solemnity about the Constitution and the rule of law.
Forget the phony solemnity about the Constitution and the rule of law.
Removing Donald Trump from office before he can get re-elected is the only thing in Washington that Democrats and the national media really care about.
If you’re a young child trapped in our infamous foster care system, your future is bleak.
President Trump says he wants to get our troops out of the “blood-stained sand” of the Middle East. Most sane Americans would agree with that goal and hope he’s successful.
Twelve presidential wannabes standing in a row on stage for three hours. Three friendly liberal journalists under-handing softball questions to them. Tons of BS about free government healthcare and why Trump should be impeached.
A Jeb Bush tweet this week got me thinking about some of the ways our nasty partisan politics has been hurting our kids.
Has Congress imposed a secret austerity plan? In the past, I remember every office in Congress had at least one calendar on the wall. That is either not the case now or if they have calendars, no one is turning the pages.
Donald Trump visited enemy territory this past week. He came out here to the deep blue state of California to raise a few million bucks at private fundraisers in Silicon Valley and Beverly Hills.
California politicians are up to their stupid legislative tricks again.
It’s too bad for America that CNN’s seven-hour town hall on climate change was such a ratings disaster. If 20 times as many viewers had tuned in Wednesday night, about 22 million Americans today would have a real clear idea what a bunch of left-wing nutjobs are running in the Democrat presidential primary.
We got used to his serial gaffes long ago. “That’s just Joe,” his friends and supporters say about his latest gaffes today. I’m not one to make fun of him by calling him “Sleepy Joe” or any of his other nicknames, but now I’m starting to feel sorry for Biden.
In the early 1970s, California was America’s Nirvana.
Dove season opens in California and across the U.S. on Sept. 1.
Is it safe for me and my wife to return from our vacation in Eastern Europe?
Lucky, lucky me. I just happened to be in Paris - France, not Texas, s’il vous plaît - on Wednesday when Robert Mueller made the Democrats cry and put the country to sleep with appearances at two congressional hearings.
Independence Day used to be a happy day when all Americans put aside their partisan differences and came together to celebrate the miraculous birth of the United States of America. But like almost everything in the upside-down era of President Donald Trump, our great Fourth of July holiday weekend was spoiled by ugly politics.
What the heck was President Trump doing?
There was a big media buildup and a lot of wild guessing by the pundits on FOX and CNN about what Special Counsel Robert Mueller was going to say in his public statement this week.
No wonder Donald Trump was so angry.
I’m beginning to feel sorry for President Trump.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election - again. The professional Trump Haters in Washington, Manhattan and Hollywood are still in full denial mode, though, and they’re refusing to accept Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s determination that the president and his campaign did not collude with the Russians.
I was out of the country for a week with my wife, but when we got back it was like nothing had changed.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the looniest lefty I’ve seen elected to Congress in my lifetime.
Here’s a scary political thought for all Americans.
No matter where you look, you can’t escape it.
If for some strange reason you didn’t already know how much the liberal media hates President Trump, you found out this week.
What’s with Mitt Romney, the newly minted Republican senator from the great red state of Utah?
By the time you read this, you’ll know whether the federal government has been partially shut down for the holidays.