By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist It's hard to imagine more humiliating images than what we've seen in Afghanistan in recent weeks, from the hasty evacuation of the U.S. Embassy in Kabul to the chaotic scenes outside the airport. … [Read more...] about Nation’s decline is overstated
Maybe we needed this... Maybe we needed this. We needed – as a nation – to experience the utter vapidness and shallowness of Progressive governance. That is becoming more and more clear as the ineptitude of the Biden administration becomes more … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist Talk about a catastrophic success. The Biden administration wants credit for the Afghanistan evacuation as measured by the sheer number of people it flew out amid a security and humanitarian crisis … [Read more...] about No, Joe, it wasn’t a success!
When we saw this story, we had only one question: Is anyone really surprised? We think not. A recent survey by the Morning Consult organization found a whopping 61 percent of Americans believe the country has “gotten off on the wrong track.” We are … [Read more...] about Editorial
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist Poor Ron Klain. It’s not a good sign when a White House chief of staff to a Democratic president wants to re-tweet favorable news coverage and all he can find is the least credible and most … [Read more...] about No spinning Afghan debacle
Special weekend in city Monday, Labor Day, marks the traditional “end of the summer season” traditionally. Though summer has yet another two weeks before the autumn equinox, our culture begins summer with a holiday (Memorial Day), and bookends … [Read more...] about Editorial
Consider Cohen for Mayor On July 22, it was my honor to place the name of Barry Lee Cohen as the West Haven Republicans’ unanimous choice to be the next mayor of West Haven. Being that Barry’s campaign is “One West Haven,” I’d like to share … [Read more...] about Letters
By Rich Lowry Syndicated Columnist A trillion dollars used to be a lot of money, even in Washington. Now, a trillion-dollar spending bill is a trifle barely worth arguing over and the stuff of bipartisan consensus. Oscar … [Read more...] about Dems what a spending spree
School-opening thoughts Eleven days from the publication of this newspaper, the schools in West Haven will open for the 2021-2022 academic year. As we await the opening, bus schedules are finalized, teachers are preparing for another year, and … [Read more...] about Editorial
If you wonder what Republicans are accomplishing in Washington, look no further than the Senate Armed Services committee, where a majority of them voted to create the predicate for drafting women into the military. Astonishingly, only five of … [Read more...] about Why women in the draft?