Conservative author, pundit, and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza has gotten tons of attention for his latest cinematic project, "Hillary's America."
At the center of the film is the apparent argument that Democrats have been the scourge of American history and how Hillary Clinton will continue the trend.
The trailer wowed audiences at the Conservative Political Action Conference and has gone viral on YouTube, accruing almost a half million views in less than a week. more >>
For a sizable portion of America, the War of Iraq was not simply wrong because it is a war. It was wrong because we were misled into it, with President George W. Bush lying about weapons of mass destruction to get us there.
Or did he?
New York Times journalist Judith Miller argues differently. She was one of the journalists who was given information about WMDs in Iraq in the early 2000s. more >>
Conservative author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza released a trailer for his upcoming dramatic documentary film, "Hillary's America."
Posted to YouTube by D'Souza on March 5, the roughly 3-minute video includes melodramatic historical reenactments, intense instrumental music, and clips from interviews.
The central theme of the film is an examination of the darker parts of the history of the Democratic Party, going back at least as far as the early 19th century. more >>
Two-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback Peyton Manning officially announced the end of his 18-year NFL career on Monday with a heartfelt retirement speech in which he concluded by referencing a passage from scripture and asking God to bless the game he loves so much.
Manning, who has never been very expressive of his Christian faith on the football field, did not hide from his faith during his remarks at the retirement news conference hosted by the Denver Broncos.
As Manning has accomplished just about every accolade imaginable for a quarterback, broken a number of all-time records and can end his career as a reigning Super Bowl champion, Manning ended his speech by quoting Timothy 4:7 to explain to his fans and supporters that he has "fought the good fight" and has "finished the race." more >>
Rob Bell, the best-selling author and former founder and pastor of Michigan-based Mars Hill Bible Church, who stirred controversy with his acceptance of gay marriage, is speaking out against pastors he accuses of exploiting sermons in order to "build bigger buildings."
Bell says since he's no longer pastoring a church, he has the "extraordinary" freedom to evangelize without the responsibilities of running a church getting "in the way."
Queen Elizabeth II opposed the legalization of same-sex marriage in England because of her deeply held Christian values, a close friend has reportedly told a London-based newspaper.
The UK Daily Mail published a story Sunday which claimed that the queen, who is also head of the Church of England, secretly opposed gay marriage but was in favor of civil partnerships. The unnamed "friend" said the monarch was frustrated by the fact that she could only "advise and warn" on the issue.