While President Obama was busy last week telling Hillary supporters how "dangerous" he perceives Donald Trump, real danger quietly passed through the English Channel — when Russian warships made their way toward the quagmire that is the war in Syria.
Have you ever wondered what a hypocrite smells like? All you need to do is sniff a homeless person to know what hypocrites don't smell like.
An 11-year old lewd comment by Donald Trump that the Clinton campaign dredged from the sewer reminds us America is in a nose dive and set to crash.
Democrats have a long history of tilting elections and what happened in Chicago in 1982 shows how easy it is.
The fix is in. Even if she doesn't show up for the upcoming presidential debates, Hillary Clinton will be declared the winner.
We live in a country run by people who tell us that if a man puts on a dress and says he's a woman we are supposed to take him at his word. But, if a man goes on a murderous rampage in the name of Allah, and ISIS claims responsibility, we shouldn't draw conclusions.
If Wells Fargo was focused on bank charges and interest rates rather than political hot button issues, perhaps they wouldn't have had to fire thousands of employees for ripping off customers and be liable for millions in fines.
A CNN political commentator recently said it's sexist to raise questions about Hillary Clinton's health.
The recent flooding in Baton Rouge is a study in media bias if you compare it to media coverage of Hurricane Katrina.
Apparently, the Democratic Party's latest strategy to win the White House in 2016 is "Let's pretend to be religious."
Even with all her baggage, the mainstream media continues to paint Hillary Clinton as an angel of light.
And then my mind wandered a bit to wonder if it's even possible anymore for a true Christian, not a Christian-in-name-only, to remain in today's Democrat Party, which went on record booing God at a prior convention and cheering about abortions during this one.
I believe with all my heart, as a country we are in a very bad place. After watching the Republican National Convention last week my eyes were opened to the fact that the GOP, with which I once aligned myself, is not much different ideologically than the Democratic Party.
In response to the Baton Rouge killings, President Obama lectured, Americans must "temper our words and open our hearts." Hi pot, meet kettle.
The answer to where you go next after you've hit rock-bottom depends on whether rock-bottom was your goal in the first place.
Thanks to the FBI's press conference about Hillary Clinton's emails we now know with a good degree of certainty that in America the rule of law no longer matters.
Another week and another suicide bombing.
Globalists must be shivering in their boots after the United Kingdom's Brexit vote.
No matter how dark or evil the moment, love wins. It always has.
Someone needs to tell Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, YouTube and the European Union that the only way to stop a bad guy's speech is to counter it with a good guy's speech, not censor it.
While traveling across the country with your kids this summer, be sure to buckle-up and do your best to overlook all the potholes and crumbling bridges out there because even if funding was available, things will probably remain in disrepair until your kids are grown, thanks to big government regulations and red tape.
I had to shut down my computer the other day after reading about all the brave soldiers who've joined the ranks of the "forever young" in Afghanistan. It's been a long 15 years.
Ah, the "good old days," that President Obama took a sarcastic swipe at during his recent commencement speech at Rutgers University when he said that America's "good old days weren't that great."
The sheer idiocy of equating evangelical conservatives to the Nazi's of 1945 Germany highlights why it's necessary for liberals to hunker down behind fake labels and syrupy words to disguise how they really feel.
I am a nationally syndicated opinion columnist who's been staring at a blank screen for days now because I have no opinion for once in my life. I am at a loss for words after the lethal blow American conservatism received in Indiana so let me share why.