Even if we can’t build a consensus on the wall and deportation policy, there are steps we can take to right the ship that cost little, if anything, to implement.
I can’t help but feel that these exercises in grief are turning us into the battered spouse who makes excuses for a violent partner and refuses to insist the aggressor is held accountable.
Had gun controllers’ proposed rules been in place, they would not have prevented America’s recent high-profile mass shootings.
If any area of the country should expand gun laws, it’s Washington DC, where power is centralized, crime is rampant, and more guns will save lives.
The mosque attack does suggest that Britain is at a dangerous boiling point and that the violence is now coming from both sides of the spectrum.
In his response to the Alexandria shooting, Rep. Mo Brooks shows what it means to keep a firm grasp on your principles under fire–literally.
When attacks like the Congressional baseball shooting happen, many people call for more restrictions. But disarming citizens doesn’t also disarm criminals.
We shouldn’t confuse audacity with bravery. Terrorism has long been a preferred military tactic for the weak and the desperate.
The western world needs to combat the ideology of radical Islamism. But this is only possible if we can promote and protect free speech.
Another media report casually reveals classified national security information, yet offers no compelling rationale for why it was necessary.
In the wake of the London attack, western leaders are insisting that all Europeans share the same values. The uncomfortable reality is that it isn’t true.
The Department of Justice on Monday charged a federal contractor with illegally leaking top secret info to the media.
An Oklahoma man used a handgun to stop a neighbor from killing his three-month-old twin children last Friday.
Our political leaders are basically telling us that this kind of terrorism, random and deadly, is the price we have to pay for their policies of multiculturalism and political correctness.
This post will be updated as the story develops.
In an article published Friday, the New York Times outed the Central Intelligence Agency’s chief of undercover work in Iran.
There is video of Democratic lawmaker Poncho Nevárez putting his hands on Matt Rinaldi and seemingly initiating the scuffle. The New York Times report suggests the opposite.
State governments are in a better position than Washington DC to understand local immigration needs and capacities. Let’s give them a greater role in shaping guest worker flows.
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