Study finds masks don’t reduce coronavirus infection rates.
After pondering the election results a bit more, I have prepared a list of eight factors that helped shape the outcomes.
This is part 3 of a 3 part series from an article originally released in 2005. Everything Falls Under the “Commerce Clause” Under Article I, Section 8, the Constitution gives Congress the power to “regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several States.” The purpose of this was to promote trade by breaking down […]
As a last tribute to my cousin, Paul Nizamian, I would like to submit this humorous article he wrote back in the ‘90s that I first published in May of 1995 in my first newspaper.
Most of the Constitution’s direct instructions for the courts are found in three places: Article III, Amendments 4–8 of the Bill of Rights, and certain provisions of Article I, Section 9.
A second problem with today’s approach to equity and inclusion is that, instead of encouraging a search for common ground, a tried and true first-step in relationship-building, it seeks to put people in silos.
Less than an hour before the October 22 presidential debate, Tony Bobulinski, a former business partner of Hunter Biden and other members of the Biden family, held a brief Fox News press conference that could contribute to sinking Joe Biden’s campaign for the presidency.
This week’s commentary is very personal, as I lost my best friend this week.
What is happening in the United States today is that the Supreme Court and its judicial tentacles have sucked the meaning out of the Constitution and are rewriting a new one in accordance with their own views.
On September 30, U S. District Court Judge William Osteen, Jr rebuked North Carolina’s brand new policy for handling absentee ballots and ordered its implementation to cease.