Two recent opinion columns were eye catchers.

A Wall Street Journal piece by James Carville was headlined, “Democrats Are the Anticrime Party.” Seriously?

The other, by The Washington Post’s Dana Milbank, said, “The GOP’s fixation on race is on full display.” Seriously?
06.07.21
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This may shock and amaze you if your blinders are on, but President Biden is not only not a uniter; he is actively trying to divide Americans on race — and other issues — purely for raw political power. There is no other plausible explanation.
06.05.21
In the IFA Spotlight this week to reflect on their homeschool experience are two home-high school graduates and one home-high school senior: Jenna Smith, a daughter of IFA Executive Director David Smith, Kenna and Eliana Hartian, daughters of IFA board chairman Richard Hartian. David Smith and Rich Hartian moderate the three merry ladies and interact with them about their homeschooling experience.
06.04.21
Recently, Lt. Col. Matthew Lohmeier was relieved from his post as a Space Force officer because he wrote a book denouncing Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Marxism in the U.S. military. The book is entitled, Irresistible Revolution: Marxism’s Goal of Conquest & the Unmaking of the American Military.

The book has now shot up to #1 on Amazon. I’m sure a lot of would-be readers are trying to get their hands on the volume that the Biden Administration doesn’t want you to read.
06.03.21
Sadly, there is nothing new about the story of Darion Lafayette. A young black suspect with a long rap sheet who kills a cop with a gun he was able to purchase despite Illinois' tough gun control measures — that is essentially the story of every major city. What is new, however, is that after the other cop in this deadly altercation was forced to kill Lafayette, the local media initially treated Lafayette as a martyr, despite the fact that the officer was justified by a mile... WCIA-TV, the CBS affiliate in Champaign, aired a segment on the deceased cop-killer, literally depicting him as an angel.
06.02.21
This past week the Fraternal Order of Police issued a report on the skyrocketing murder rates in urban settings across the United States. The report focused specifically on cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Minneapolis and Washington, D.C., which have all experienced exponential increases in homicides compared to the same time last year.
06.01.21
This week, the Biden White House hosted the family of George Floyd to mark the one-year anniversary of his death in police custody. His brother, Philonise, expressed hope that things are "slowly" moving in the right direction and that they are "making progress" in their war on cops. However, what is not going in the right direction is justice for victims of crime thanks to the agenda spawned by their movement.
05.28.21
When Americans hear the term “court-packing,” they almost instinctively make a connection to the radical coup attempt of the U.S. Supreme Court.

However, court-packing isn’t limited to adding stacks of politically motivated, activist justices to the nation’s highest court.
05.27.21
Two weeks ago, on May 8, 2021, the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) became the first mainline Protestant denomination to elect a transgender bishop. 

The Rev. Megan Rohrer, a female who insists on using the pronouns “he” and “him,” was elected to serve as the leader of the Sierra Pacific Synod of the ELCA, by a vote 209 yeas to 207 nays. Rohrer will be installed on September 11 at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Walnut Creek, California. 
05.26.21
This edition of Spotlight features Monte Larrick’s interview with Mr. Darren Bailey (R-Louisville), current Illinois state senator and Republican candidate for governor. His career in Springfield has exposed the utter incompetence (or is it rank sinfulness?) exhibited by Illinois government’s godless majority. In his travels throughout the state, one message has been clear – “People are hungry for change. They’re hungry for something real.”
05.25.21
We’re clearly living in a time of “doublethink.”

That’s when someone believes two mutually contradictory beliefs. The term comes from George Orwell’s novel “1984,” in which the government ruling party issued absurd dictums such as “War is Peace,” “Freedom is Slavery,” and “Ignorance is Strength.”
05.24.21