American writer and journalist.
It would be wise to heed the words from the Harvard team at a time when society is being increasingly divided between two warring camps.
With a court system more interested in the rights of criminals than the victims, the United States can expect the crime wave to continue unabated.
The travesty of justice must end if the United States has any hope of remaining a free and democratic sovereign state, Robert Bridge writes.
Given that so many medical voices have expressed concern about the mandatory vaccine mandates, why is the media not balancing their reporting with a healthy modicum of skepticism, as one would expect to find?
Although Nicki Minaj may eventually cave in the face of the mob’s relentless full court press, her ‘fifteen minutes of Covid fame’ has awakened many people to their rights.
If you really must watch late night political talk shows, at least prerecord them for viewing in the morning after a strong coffee.
The U.S. elites may either do not sense a problem with the ongoing feminization of American boys, or they have no desire to see the United States succeed as a viable nation for long.
We must choose between signing up to a lifetime of imperfect shots or remain sort of social pariahs for the rest of our lives, Robert Bridge writes.
These days even man’s best friend seems to have it better than the people struggling to survive Down Under, Robert Bridge writes.
Regrettably, the truly great Western leaders of the type that once dominated the world stage are gone, and it seems that that is no accident.