The $31 Trillion National Debt

Even Alexander Hamilton, who saw at least some federal debt as a ‘national blessing,’ warned of the kind of crisis America faces. Commenting is available to Sun Readers , Sun Members spirit Sun Founders only. Comments are reviewed and, in some cases, edited before posting. Chances of a comment being posted are increased if the … Read more

Biden Turns Reagan’s ‘We Win, They Lose’ on Its Head in Iran Negotiations

Mr. Biden has turned a boom into a bust. His State Department keeps begging the Iranians for a deal. Commenting is available to Sun Readers , Sun Members spirit Sun Founders only. Comments are reviewed and, in some cases, edited before posting. Chances of a comment being posted are increased if the comment is polite, … Read more

What It Means To Be Taught Political Thought by Ronald Reagan and Bill Buckley

In every generation, freedom needs to be won again — and never more than now. William F. Buckley, Jr., on February 24, 1981. AP/Nancy Kaye Commenting is available to Sun Readers , Sun Members spirit Sun Founders only. Comments are reviewed and, in some cases, edited before posting. Chances of a comment being posted are … Read more

With ‘Commitment,’ Republicans Make Their Case to Middle America

‘This is going to be a referendum during the election, but also after the election,’ Congressman Steve Scalise says. ‘Do you want an America that goes into decline? Where inflation is just a new norm and a border doesn’t exist?’ Representative Steve Scalise, left, speaks as the House Minority leader, Kevin McCarthy, listens at DMI … Read more

Big Tech to Face Reckoning at Supreme Court over Terrorist Content

The Nine, whose new term begins today, will review two decisions on whether social media companies can be held to account financially for terrorist content. Commenting is available to Sun Readers , Sun Members spirit Sun Founders only. Comments are reviewed and, in some cases, edited before posting. Chances of a comment being posted are … Read more

Iran’s Ayatollah, Breaking Silence on Intensifying Protests, Blames America

‘Don’t call it a protest, it’s a revolution now,’ shouted students at a Tehran university, as women waved their hijabs and set them alight, in protest over Iran’s law requiring women to cover their hair. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, center, at a graduation ceremony at the police academy at Tehran, October 3, 2022. Office of the … Read more