New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie turned the Republican National Convention into a kangaroo court session on Tuesday night when he delivered a spirited case against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
And for every indictment he laid out, enraged Republicans declared her "guilty!" and demanded that authorities "lock her up."
Christie first told his audience that the upcoming elections was not just about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, but also Clinton, whose time in the Obama administration resulted in a dismal record that should have landed her in prison, he claimed. more >>
In the wake of the Bastille Day massacre, there seems to be no end to ISIS-inspired brutality. In the latest slaughter, a Tunisian deliveryman, Mohamed Bouhlel, barreled his truck into a crowd in Nice, France, killing 84 and wounding 200. Ten children were among the dead.
Around the same time, it was reported that French officials suppressed reports of "gruesome torture" included in the terror attacks at the Bataclan theater in Paris last year, such as beheadings, gouged-out eyes, and sexual molestation.
All of which raises the question: Why is ISIS doing this? How could they possibly be so cruel and sadistic? more >>
In the Obama administration, gender identity should trump biological sex in K-12 schools, but not in the U.S. military.
The Pentagon has released a new instruction manual detailing that transgender service members must undergo sex change transition to be officially recognized by their "preferred gender" in the military.
After the Department of Defense announced last month that it had lifted a ban against transgender individuals serving openly in the military, the department issued a comprehensive step-by-step protocol titled "In-Service Transition for Transgender Service Members." The directive goes into effect on Oct. 1. more >>
In a show of family support, Donald Trump Jr. and his sister Tiffany made a pitch of their father, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump as the one America should trust to be the next president.
Speaking Tuesday night to different aspects of their father's ability as a leader, Trump's children painted him as a versatile, shrewd and caring leader who can both get the job done with a can-do attitude while inspiring others to be the best versions of themselves.
"It's often said that with enough effort and determination you can do whatever you put your mind to. But saying those words and living them are different things, and my father has lived them. It's one of his defining qualities and I've seen it in action all of my life. Whatever he does, he gives his all and does it well. His desire for excellence is contagious. He possesses a unique gift for bringing that trait out in others, starting with those closest to him," said Tiffany, Trump's youngest daughter who recently graduated from the University of Pennsylvania where her father studied business. more >>
Protests by Black Lives Matter around the country has increased lately, directed at the police over perceived mistreatment of black suspects.
On July 6, police fatally shot Philando Castile in Minnesota. His girlfriend filmed him after he was shot and uploaded the video live to Facebook as he was dying, sparking an outrage. As is becoming part of a disturbing pattern, Black Lives Matter rioters immediately jumped to the conclusion that Castile was treated brutally by law enforcement simply because he was black. It happened a day after the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, another black man who was shot by law enforcement in Baton Rouge.
Although the shooting of Castile occurred in St. Paul, the worst reaction took place in Dallas, where five police officers were shot and killed in retaliation. On Sunday, three officers in Baton Rouge were fatally shot in revenge for the shooting of Sterling, with three more injured. more >>
New York Times bestselling author and radio host Eric Metaxas explained Monday why he thinks conservative Christians should vote for Donald Trump.
Metaxas, the author of the recently released book If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty, was interviewed by The Daily Caller's Casey Harper at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and spent most of the interview discussing the presumptive GOP presidential nominee.
As a number of conservative evangelicals are still trying to decide whether to vote for the thrice-married real estate mogul or stay true to the #NeverTrump movement, Metaxas asserted that the consequences of not voting for Trump could be disastrous for the future of America. more >>