Identity-fueled policies are showing up wherever Democrats are now in charge, and athletes and employees are getting sick of them.
Liberal members of the media are using the Twitter hashtag #MassacreMoscowMitch, endorsing violence against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Blocking funds for 9/11 responders because of concerns of fiscal responsibility is the most Rand Paul thing ever, and he should stop.
Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Amy McGrath raised more than $2.5 million in the first 24 hours of her campaign against Mitch McConnell. The people who donated may as well have lit their money on fire.
The political debate about public transit isn’t really about transit. It’s about identity. It’s about the kind of people progressives wish Americans were.
The striking teachers — and politicians caving to them — lack a rudimentary knowledge of the real reasons teacher salaries aren’t as high as they want and their school books and materials are old and scant.
These aggressive photos and videos are the face of the pro-life movement in Kentucky, and to many others all across the nation who see those stories.
In the past six months, it has become clear that the battle for the first abortion-free state is going to be fought this year in Kentucky.
A septuagenarian former Kentucky governor was a laudable recognition by the Democratic Party of who it needs to reach and a devastating admission of how ill-equipped they are to do so.
When I knew I would be heading to Kentucky, the gateway to the South, experiencing the freedom of shooting was near the top of this Brit’s ‘do list.’
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services just took away doctors’ ability to determine what’s best for their transgender patients. A new lawsuit aims to fight that.
When polls show a majority of folks favor a policy or candidate, it marginalizes those who disagree with the poll, peer-pressuring them into conformity.
In Kentucky, the first state to adopt Common Core, college professors are protesting that it means teaching woefully unprepared students. A newly elected Matt Bevin will be receptive.
Bankrupting working people and forcing the poor onto horrific health-care programs is hilarious, right?
For the sake of the liberal morality narrative, Kim Davis has to go down. To sell that to the public, she must be dismissed as a right-wing crank.
The Kim Davis uproar in Kentucky shows how progressive totalitarians want the law enforced, just so long as they happen to like the law being enforced.
If the Pope wants to help the poor, he should push for economic growth rather than redistribution.
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