Jayme Metzgar is a Senior Contributor at The Federalist. She is the founder and president of Romania Reborn, a Christian non-profit working to find families for abandoned children. She believes in private charity, free markets, individual liberty, and baking with real butter. Jayme and her husband live in West Virginia with their four children, whom she educates at home.
The more I watched, the more I became convinced that Marie Kondo is the hero we need to declutter the giant, oppressive mess we’ve made of the U.S. government.
As America celebrates National Adoption Month, international adoption remains in jeopardy and countless adoptions are stuck in limbo.
‘I don’t believe in what the Democrats stand for: abortion, taking your money from you, letting in all these people over here, trying to take your guns.’
This year, Sen. Joe Manchin’s race for reelection is one of the GOP’s best chances to flip a Senate seat. Pro-life organizations have endorsed Manchin’s Republican opponent, Patrick Morrisey.
Four million people have watched the first three episodes of this documentary series on Facebook. It confirms flyover Americans’ suspicions about Congress making itself comfortable while ignoring the country’s needs.
Three Republicans are vying to unseat incumbent Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, who is vulnerable in a state where President Trump is wildly popular.
In practice, ‘belonging to society’ simply means a child belongs to no one at all. It is one of the worst fates that can befall a child.
Adoption advocates say the State Department is making international adoption rarer and more expensive than ever to consolidate government control over private agencies.
For me, the highlight of the March for Life is always the ordinary Americans who fill the streets, and the stories they have to tell.
December is now a string of days on which to go to parties, buy presents for parties, bake cookies for parties, shop for ugly sweaters to wear to parties, and clean up after parties.
Our Thanksgiving celebration originated in our nation’s worst period of turmoil and bloodshed: the Civil War. Its lessons can help us today.
After this weekend’s events, reenactors—and the spectators and communities who love them—increasingly worry that living history will become the next casualty of America’s culture war.
Britain’s socialized health service planned to make Kim wait for surgery until a full year after her first kidney stone attack. But I got my husband a next-day appointment in the United States.
No matter how red West Virginia may appear on a presidential map, any campaign against Joe Manchin will be a daunting task. Patrick Morrisey says he’s up to it.
Miss Liberty helps readers solve everyday dilemmas using the principles of liberty enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, with a little dose of common sense.
The best comfort for all who feel the ache of living as immortal souls in mortal bodies is ultimately found in the two holidays we always celebrate at Papa and Nanny’s house.
West Virginia’s newest state senator is a Tea Party immigrant: ‘After seeing what happened in Venezuela, I was not going to let my adopted country go that direction without a fight.’
Besides honoring nearly two centuries of tradition, Election Day voting is more secure against fraud, the friendliest to outsider candidates, and the best for a fully-informed electorate.
International adoption provides homes to needy children—why do the State Department’s new rules make those adoptions difficult, if not impossible?
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