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  • Washington Examiner
  • American Spectator
  • Heartland Institute
  • American Thinker
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Past articles by Sarah:

Mystery of Biden’s Chaotic Immigration Policy Exposed in Nonprofit Funding

The American people can’t be blamed for confusion over Joe Biden’s official policy on illegal immigration, but a cursory look at federal funding flowing into immigration-related nonprofits might clear things up for them. Since the start of the Biden term, the White House has been all over the place on immigration, one minute signaling an open border, the next treating the growing crisis like an… → Read More

The Carnegie Endowment Could Use Some Sunlight

In a fascinating 2014 article published in The New Republic, writer John Judis lays out the argument that foreign nations might be “corrupting our Democracy” by funding U.S.-based think tanks → Read More

The Bullying of Ben & Jerry

Ben & Jerry of ice cream fame are going to court to make sure their product is not sold in the West Bank in keeping with, they say, their ideological → Read More

Kentanji Brown Jackson, Spiking Crime Rates, and a Gullible GOP

When Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson failed to outline a lucid judicial philosophy in her Senate confirmation hearings in late March, news outlets like USA Today were quick to celebrate her reticence → Read More

COVID Mandates Did One Thing Really Well: Erode Public Trust in Government

News reports from around the world are coming in at a rapid pace detailing the move away from COVID mandates. From Austria’s decision to drop vaccine mandates, to San Francisco → Read More

The New Resistance: Setting Dangerous Criminals Free

Democrats on the Hill made a great show this week of their January 6 remembrance, holding vigils organized by antifa-affiliated activists and questioning why many of their GOP colleagues weren't → Read More

How Will OSHA Push An Unpopular Vaccine Mandate?

The Biden administration’s threat of a vaccine mandate – which happened two weeks ago now – was likely a shock to many of the 100 million American workers who will → Read More

Biden Can Use His Meeting With Jordanian King to Bring a Terrorist to Justice by Sarah Lee

Arnold Roth talks about what he sees as a personal failure to protect his daughter Malki, who died 20 years ago at the age of 15 along with 14 other → Read More

A New Ad Campaign Hits Back At Woke Corporations by Sarah Lee

A nonprofit organization that advocates on behalf of consumer education released a series of ads Tuesday featuring three enormous American companies – Nike, Coca-Cola, and American Airlines –in a gloves-off → Read More

Biden, Democrats Prefer Growing Government Over Growing Economy by Sarah Lee

During his address to Congress Wednesday, President Joe Biden made a statement that was immediately acknowledged by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as alarmingly radical. → Read More

Biden, Democrats Prefer Growing Government Over Growing Economy by Sarah Lee

During his address to Congress Wednesday, President Joe Biden made a statement that was immediately acknowledged by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as alarmingly radical. → Read More

Louisiana Attorney General Landry Prepares for Energy War by Sarah Lee

President Joe Biden and his supporters have begun a messaging push that nearly everything is infrastructure in order to sell his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. → Read More

Biden Could Fulfill Two Policy Goals in Georgia, But Time’s Running Out by Sarah Lee

If the Biden administration is serious about fulfilling two of its campaign promises – a call for unity and a commitment to increasing green energy jobs – it has about → Read More

The New Democrat Health Care Plan Is The Old Democrat Health Care Plan by Sarah Lee

While it’s been hard to get a read on just which direction the Biden administration is heading on any number of foreign or domestic issues, there’s one policy area likely → Read More

For Money Not Principle: Good Riddance To The Lincoln Project by Sarah Lee

The embattled Never Trump gang The Lincoln Project appears to be just about done. → Read More

Despite Progressive Demands, Conservatives Should Not Apologize for Election Concerns by Sarah Lee

Progressives have a new confidence following the election of Joe Biden, the turmoil at the Capitol, and now the second impeachment of Donald Trump. → Read More

Can We Trust Biden on China?

In mid-October 2020, the Chicago Council on Foreign Affairs detailed the results of a survey on American views of China and the split between those who want to contain the → Read More

Backdoor foreign influence schemes should continue to be a presidential priority

Legal challenges are ramping up in states across the nation, keeping the winner of the 2020 presidential election in flux and leading to questions about what Joe Biden might do on the foreign policy stage, particularly as it relates to the Middle East and China. → Read More

Small Business Owners Worry A Biden Administration Would Reverse Economic Gains

At a rally in Fayetteville, NC, Sunday, vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris told anyone listening that she and her running mate Joe Biden would do away with the Trump era → Read More

As Polls Tighten, Post-Election Legal Challenges Are Almost Inevitable

Despite some news reports to the contrary, the 2020 election has been tightening since the August Republican National Convention, and as the gap closes even further in these last days → Read More