Right Analysis / Lewis Morris
Lewis Morris / May 19, 2020

Back to School?

There’s already a battle over whether to put children back in school this fall.

Lewis Morris / May 13, 2020

Biden’s Flip-Flops Might Explain Hiding His Files

Perhaps that’s part of the reason he doesn’t want people rifling through Senate records.

Lewis Morris / May 5, 2020

NYT Wins Pulitzer for 1619’s Historical Farce

The racial revisionism of the Times’s 1619 Project gets far too many accolades.

Lewis Morris / Apr. 28, 2020

Bigger Government Is Always Here to Stay

With every crisis, government grows. When the crisis is over, it never shrinks.

Lewis Morris / Apr. 21, 2020

Dems See Pandemic as Opportunity for Election Fraud

The push for even more mail-in voting would leave elections wide open for trouble.

Lewis Morris / Apr. 14, 2020

Why Wasn’t NYC’s Ventilator Stockpile Replenished?

Years of failure to prepare cost New York lives, and Democrat leaders are responsible.

Lewis Morris / Apr. 7, 2020

Why Is Gas Suddenly So Cheap?

An oil-price war between Saudi Arabia and Russia began before the viral shutdown.

Lewis Morris / Mar. 24, 2020

Closing the Border Over COVID-19

Leftmedia laments that President Trump has drastically reduced the flow of illegals.

Lewis Morris / Mar. 17, 2020

New York Times Admits 1619 Error

The correction may not seem significant or complete, but pushback is working.

Lewis Morris / Mar. 10, 2020

The Big Apple’s Big Crime Wave

It turns out that releasing criminals without requiring bail is a bad idea. Who knew?

Lewis Morris / Mar. 4, 2020

Too Much Economic Dependency on China

America First means investing in our own great nation’s economy more than Beijing’s.

Lewis Morris / Feb. 25, 2020

Warren PACs Up

Despite a pledge to avoid such backing, Warren claims she’s a victim and caves.

Lewis Morris / Feb. 18, 2020

History: 1776 vs. 1619

There’s now an alternative to the New York Times’s revisionist, race-baiting project.

Lewis Morris / Feb. 11, 2020

White House Budget Games

Proposed reductions in growth are welcome, but it’s still a deficit-ridden behemoth.

Lewis Morris / Feb. 4, 2020

Growing Transgender Political Power

From Elizabeth Warren to the American Library Association, “LGBT” influence spreads.

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