Transgender Bathroom Battle Erupts Near Nation's...04/24/15
The cultural battle over opening bathroom to people based on their gender identity rather than their biological sex has reached one of the largest school districts in the nation and is playing out just outside the nation's capital. The school board in...
'She Does Not Have A Record'
One the leading Republican women in Congress says Hillary Clinton's record shows the former Secretary of State is not a champion of women's issues and her indifference to women's equality around the world and in her own office adds to Clinton's trust...
'We Are in A Police State Right Now'
Americans are increasingly living in a police state and the road looks very bleak unless citizens stop being complacent and take back their government, according to Rutherford Institute President John Whitehead. Whitehead is the author of the new...
Heartland Battle for the Heart of the GOP
After a bruising series of intraparty primary battles in 2014, the conservative and moderate wings of the Republican Party will fight their next battle in Illinois this summer as the GOP selects its nominee to replace disgraced ex-Rep. Aaron Schock....
Anti-Christian Military Struggling to Recuit, Retain
A leading defender of Christians in the military says the crackdown on the free religious expression of Christians in uniform is increasing despite Pentagon assurances to the contrary, leading active duty personnel to re-evaluate their careers and...
Top Cop Turned Convict: Time to Clean up the Justice System
A decade ago, Bernard Kerik was hailed by millions for his leadership of the New York Police Department. Now, after serving more than three years in federal prison, he says the criminal justice system needs major reforms to treat non-violent offenders...
Gohmert: Time for an Immigration Audit
Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Tex., and 21 other members of Congress are demanding the Government Accountability Office conduct a formal audit of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services out of growing suspicion that money is being improperly used to...
Kerik to Politicians: Stop Crucifying Cops
Former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik says politicians, civil rights leaders and the media need to stop crucifying police by presenting a few controversial encounters as part of some nationwide crisis and he says competent police work has...
Iran Ratchets Up Political Murders
Despite the international persona of a more moderate regime that the U.S. can negotiate with, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani is killing political opponents at a faster rate than the previous leader and should not be trusted at all, according to the...
Ex-Clinton Official: Obama's Iran Approach 'Absurd'
A former Clinton administration official calls the Obama administration approach to Iran "absurd" and believes the American people are being mislead on the framework of a deal, but he insists a Hillary Clinton presidency would chart a much different...
Defining 'High Crimes and Misdemeanors'
Saying he and his constituents are tired of presidents violating the Constitution to achieve their political goals, a Florida congressman is bringing forth legislation to define "high crimes and misdemeanors" and what actions ought to trigger...
'This Is Not the Fall'
A prominent Christian seminary professor says believers need to keep their chins up in the face of a culture that seems increasingly hostile to their beliefs and he urges the faithful to keep fighting for religious freedom while still evangelizing the...
'The Very Definition of Lunacy'
Rep. Tom McClintock is working feverishly to reverse federal and state policies that give fish and rivers priority over people in the distribution of water during the worst drought in the state's history. California is now in the fourth year of the...
Hillary's National Security Nightmare
00:0000:00 The Russians did hack into the U.S. government and so did any foreign intelligence worth its salt, most likely through former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's private server. That's the conclusion of Dr. J. Michael Waller, a longtime...
Communists were running rampant in Hollywood during the Soviet rule of Joseph Stalin. They sympathized with the Nazis until Hitler turned on Stalin and the effort is still underway to mislead the American people about the depth and goals of the...
Americans Demand Tougher Immigration Enforcement
A new Rasmussen Reports survey shows the American people are getting increasingly frustrated with what they see as the government's lax enforcement of immigration laws, but a defiant administration and deep-pocked lobbyists on the other side of the...
Pro-Family Groups: Pence Must Veto RFRA Changes
The changes proposed by state lawmakers to Indiana 19s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) would erode the freedom of conscience for most small business owners in the state and would mark the largest step towards special gay rights there in...
'If They Do Anything, They've Caved'
Liberty Counsel Chairman is urging Republican governors in the cross hairs of the religious freedom debate to stop being "wimps" and let the Religious Freedom Restoration Acts in their states to stand as they are. On Tuesday, Gov. Mike Pence, R-Ind.,...
Steve Forbes is Back...and So Is the Flat Tax
Two-time presidential candidate Steve Forbes is relaunching Americans for Hope, Growth and Opportunity in an attempt to build public support for a flat tax and market-based health care solutions and influence the policies of the next president....
'Everyone's Scared of Their Shadow'
In 2014, Dave Brat unseated the sitting House Majority Leader of his own party. Now, he's taking the fight for fiscal responsibility and immigration enforcement to the remaining GOP leaders while wondering how committed they are to those goals. Brat...
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