Despite a sense of unearned victimhood, millennials haven’t had it harder than those who came before them. In most ways, the opposite is true.
Pro-lifers have unintentionally sowed the seeds of injustice by exempting mothers who get abortions from prosecution. They, too, should face consequences.
For the first time since Roe v. Wade was decided, it seems possible it could be overturned. Supporters of abortion have dug in, and so too must pro-lifers.
The star falsely equivocated Georgia’s six-week abortion ban with the complete loss of reproductive rights, whatever that euphemistic term means.
Defenders of the abortion regime don’t rely on science, but on philosophical contortionism that disintegrates upon exposure to actual scientific evidence.
Even centuries after its creation, the works in this exhibition challenge us to think whether we are so very different or so much more advanced today than the people Rembrandt depicts.
Hollywood elites are threatening the state of Georgia with a boycott if the state protects unborn lives once their heartbeat is detectable. Georgians don’t need Hollywood’s consent to affirm humans’ personhood.
Actors want to boycott Georgia for the crime of electing a Republican governor. That would actually be a good thing for taxpayers, who are getting fleeced by stars who hate them.
Strong voter turnout could make Stacey Abrams the next governor of Georgia. In that case, you may want to keep your kids away from her books.
Georgia’s tax incentives for Hollywood give the entertainment industry an opening to advance its social agenda with an end-run around in-state voters.
When Pascha Thomas complained her five-year-old daughter had been sexually assaulted by a male classmate who identifies as female, she found herself the subject of an investigation.
Police are not supposed to make sure they get home at any cost, they’re supposed to make sure that we do.
Former president of Russian target Georgia: After a lifetime of firsthand experience with Russian aggression, I must evaluate Trump’s actions against the historical context. In doing so, I find Trump’s actions speak for themselves.
Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Tom Price announced Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald will be the new head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A Republican won a reliably Republican district in reliably red Georgia. Whoop-di-doo.
Karen Handel’s win in a Georgia special election yesterday sparked a flurry of tweets from Democrats seeking to rationalize the loss, bash the new congresswoman, and even blame the weather.
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s sixth district is what happens when Democrats believe their own hype about the power of money in politics.
We already know that an electorate can be happy with a president and dislike his party. Why can’t the reverse be true?
Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia’s special election is a repeat lesson for Democrats. In 2014 they flooded Texas with outsider cash, but Wendy Davis lost in a landslide.
Guy Benson and Ben Domenech break down Tuesday’s runoff between Karen Handel and Jon Ossoff on Federalist Radio. They also discuss the escalating attacks on free speech.
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