After the horrifying slaying of two journalists on live TV, there was predictable shouting about the need for gun control. And we’re still getting nowhere.
The next front in the war on religious freedom: The Denver City Council wants to discriminates against Chick-Fil-A over its religious views.
Though Joe Biden may cast himself as some kind of dependable alternative to Clinton, he is an equally calculated candidate.
Pro-abortion advocates and Planned Parenthood supporters never have to answer inquiries about the ethical or moral limits of their position.
Donald Trump’s immigration plan and his support for mass deportation are as ludicrous as they are destructive.
A recent decision in Colorado ignores one of the most vital functions of the First Amendment. And now religious liberty is in more danger than ever.
If the president ignores Congress and executes his Iran deal no matter what, it’s just going create an even bigger problem for Democrats.
In its dietary guidelines, the gov’t. warned that “not eating breakfast has been associated with excess body weight.” It was wrong—and that’s no surprise.
Would Schumer have opposed the Iran deal if there were any legitimate shot at overriding President Obama’s veto of a motion disapproving the deal? Doubtful.
The first top-tier Republican presidential debate of the 2016 cycle was one of the most substantive and entertaining I’ve seen in 20 years.
A Hillary-Fiorina race would be historic. But the most daunting political challenge Fiorina will face is answering for her own accomplishments.
It’s completely acceptable to speak about your political adversaries as if they were in league with America’s worst enemies. Just ask the president.
If Iran doesn’t have any belligerent intentions, as John Kerry claims, why are we trying to stop them from obtaining nuclear weapons?
However terrible the Disney World experience might seem, it’s worth remember one important thing: it’s not for you.
The media are more outraged by the off-hand remarks of a D-list GOP POTUS candidate than they are about Iran being on the threshold of nuclear weapons.
If Republicans are incapable of making a compelling case against Planned Parenthood, Iran, or Ex-Im then, really, what exactly can they do?
The rumored release of Jonathan Pollard, a convicted Israeli spy, has far more to do with Hillary Clinton than the Knesset.
What on earth does the credibility of conservatives have to do with the media covering a worthwhile story?
Right now, it seems that the American public is realistic about Iran’s intentions. Or, at least, more realistic than our Secretary of State pretends to be.
Abortion supporters may treat the procedure as some sort of charitable, helpful act. But there’s no reason for an ostensibly apolitical agency to do the same.