Bill McMorris is a staff writer for the Washington Free Beacon. He previously worked at the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity, where he was managing editor of Old Dominion Watchdog. He was also a 2010 Robert Novak Fellow with the Phillips Foundation, and his work has been featured on CNN, Fox News, The Economist, Colbert Report, as well as numerous other print publications and radio stations.
The Son of Man who suffered and died for the sins of all mankind is not at all constrained by our petty differences and fights over skin tone.
Aaron Rodgers dished on football’s disappointing glory, Christianity’s disappointing God, and Colin Kaepernick—which can only mean Rodgers is going to have a terrible season.
Bless me, mother, for I have sinned. It has been 21 years since I obtained my privilege.
Everything I’ve seen from Ryan Lochte shows he has the tools necessary to raise a human being from infancy to Olympic and/or pornographic glory.
The Centers for Disease Control recommends that women only drink if they’re using birth control. In other words, they want baby-making to cease.
A referee in Saturday’s Bengals-Steelers game felt he had been disrespected, so took it upon himself to annihilate a team’s entire season.
For the love of Pete, it’s daily fantasy football.
Jon Stewart is the Donald Trump of the Left, only more foolish. At least we all know deep down that Trump doesn’t believe anything he says he believes.
In the recent undercover video about Planned Parenthood selling baby body parts, we discover how honest abortionists are willing to be behind closed doors.
A judge unsealed Bill Cosby’s criminal record to punish him for saying things the judge doesn’t like.
The Supreme Court’s disparate impact decision is way worse than its Obamacare decision.
Our current culture thinks any objective judgment of good or bad is itself a sin against our fellow citizens. But suicide is bad. It deserves a stigma.
What the last great culture war has to tell us about the new one.
Conservatives should ignore libertarians who don’t believe in liberty.
Male friendship is formed around jokes, favors, and formal associations — all things under attack.
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