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Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, was so worried then-President Donald Trump might launch a surprise attack against China that he reached out to his Chinese counterpart and assured General Li Zuocheng that Milley would preemptively warn China. That, at least, is th… Read more

Take a walk. That idiom can be used to tell someone to leave or that they’re not welcome. But I’m talking about it in the literal sense as physical fitness advice. Read more

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The California recall election — which is now mercifully consigned to the history books — deserves an autopsy that is fair, honest and nuanced. Especially since the election itself was none of those things. Read more

"Biden's Stock Market Returns Continue to Trounce Trump's" reads a recent Forbes headline. Sophisticated investors know this, but most of the public may not because Democrats have this self-defeating aversion to boasting about bull markets during their watch. Read more

Let’s be clear. No one has to get the vaccine. As the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states: “The federal government does not mandate (require) vaccination for people.” Read more

Names are tricky. Luckily, mine is pretty easy, but mistakes still happen. My first name can be spelled “Denice” or “Denisse.” Read more

There are 2.4 billion Christians in the world today, according to most estimates. Read more

Recent data from the Cooperative Election Study shows 20% of atheists have participated in a march or protest, compared with 6% of white evangelicals. Forty percent of atheists have contacted a public official, compared with 24% of white evangelicals. Fifty-two percent of atheists have donat… Read more