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On and on it goes.
The great baby formula shortage of 2022 was the big news story of the week.
Forget inflation, forget Ukraine, forget the crashing stock market.
Should I be offended by the fact I never got kicked off Old Twitter?
Forty years ago we had a soaring inflation rate, obscene gas prices and interest rates in the teens.
It’s a great day for America – or at least it should be.
What happened the other night at the Academy Awards show really saddened me.
Already I’ve had it.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy has made quite a quick and dramatic transition.
Last week we wondered what President Biden was going to say in his first State of the Union address that was new, upbeat or important.
My son Cameron and I can hardly wait for President Biden’s upcoming State of the Union address.
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.
Joe Biden didn’t disappoint me.
It almost seems like the CDC wants to sink cruise ships.
It was silly, but I was really hoping 2022 would be different.
It’s New Year’s again and time to hope for a happier future.
I’m sick and tired of wearing masks.
My daughter has a nice little house in a safe neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley.
The world is still COVID crazy. With their vaccine mandates, passports and mistreatment of the unvaccinated, free countries like Australia and Canada are turning into dictatorships.
The other day, I ran into someone who was too discouraged to give thanks for much of anything.
Did you and your family celebrate the fall of the Berlin Wall on Tuesday?
Well, what do you know.
The phonies who write the laws in Sacramento have no idea how hard it is to run a small business successfully.
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 Monday on Newsmax when I was asked what I thought would happen in Tuesday’s gubernatorial recall election in California.
As the country sadly marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks on Saturday, I’ve been thinking about where America was 20 years ago and where it’s headed.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York got a special Emmy last year for his nauseating daily pandemic press conferences.
So what else could President Biden possibly screw up?
Will Donald Trump’s endorsements in the 2022 Republican primaries be a double-edged sword for the party?
I don’t know how long I’ll be able to take the Tokyo Olympics.
When hammer-thrower Gwen Berry turned her back on the American flag at the Olympic Trials last weekend, it made me think of Sergeant William Carney.
On Wednesday, did I hear the president of the United States say Americans need to get F-15s and nukes if we really want to keep the government in line?
Facebook decided this week it’s no longer “misinformation” to wonder whether COVID-19 was manmade by Chinese scientists in a biolab in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
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.
So let me get this straight.
My wife, daughter and I usually drive over to Las Vegas two or three times a year.
Will someone please lend President Biden a history book?
He may not be the fastest president on his feet we’ve ever had.
He wasn’t the first governor in the country to lift the mask mandate for his state.
His fans knew it was coming, but they were still crushed to hear the news that Rush Limbaugh had died.
Everyone agreed the inauguration ceremony was nice.
Wednesday was a sad day for America.
What a difference a terrible year makes.
It’s crazy political times like these that I long for how quickly, simply and peacefully the 1980 presidential election ended.
The Kamala Harris-Mike Pence death match will go down in history as another forgettable vice presidential debate, but it had its pluses.
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.