Paul Stanley

Christian Post Reporter

Clinton Grilled on Benghazi Attacks in Congressional Inquiry

An emotional and frustrated Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton traded barbs with legislators on Capitol Hill in her appearances Wednesday before Senate and House committees searching for answers in the attacks in Benghazi, Libya, on Sept. 11, 2012, that killed a U.S. ambassador and three security personnel.

Pentagon Investigation Clears Gen. John Allen Over Emails With Socialite

Gen. John Allen, a decorated military veteran and the top commander in Afghanistan who was slated to take over as supreme allied commander in Europe, has been cleared of any wrongdoing over a series of emails he exchanged with Tampa socialite Jill Kelley as a result of the extramarital affair that led to Gen. David Petraeus' resignation at head of the CIA.

Will Obama's Progressive, Liberal Speech Motivate Americans?

President Barack Obama's second inaugural speech on Monday gave lawmakers, pundits and Americans a glimpse of what his second term may look like, but some are asking if his references to a more progressive, liberal America will motivate the public to inspire Washington to get along.

Pro-Life Leaders: Planned Parenthood Abortion Numbers Tell Misleading Story

With the 40th anniversary of the landmark abortion ruling of Roe v. Wade on Tuesday, activists on both sides of the debate are celebrating. Proponents of abortion on demand are praising the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized the procedure, while pro-life activists are celebrating that abortions in the U.S. have decreased. But what's making the issue confusing is the percentage of abortions making up the total business of the nation's leading abortion provider.

Obama Resurrects Campaign Team to Mobilize Americans on Guns, Budget

If you thought the political campaign season ended with the November general elections, you may be mistaken. The Obama campaign team has reorganized to reach out and mobilize Americans on the White House's proposals to ban assault weapons, pass immigration reform and give the president an unlimited debt ceiling.

Sheriff Won't Enforce New Gun Laws If He Feels They Are 'Unconstitutional'

Even before President Barack Obama officially laid out his plans for banning assault weapons, and closing loopholes in checking the backgrounds of potential gun buyers, by signing 23 executive orders on Wednesday, Oregon Sheriff Tim Mueller had written to Vice President Biden saying his department will not enforce any gun laws he feels violates the Constitution.

NY Legislature Poised to Pass Nation's Toughest Gun Laws

The New York legislature is poised to pass one of the nation's toughest gun control bill barely one month after the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary in nearby Newtown, Conn. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo made the issue a priority and won much needed votes in a series of closed-door meetings that angered some lawmakers.

Obama Inauguration Committee to Replace Louie Giglio With Pro-Gay Pastor

Soon after the Rev. Louie Giglio announced he would no longer deliver the benediction at President Obama's second inauguration later this month as to avoid controversy over a past sermon on homosexuality, an inaugural committee spokesperson said the evangelical pastor would be replaced with someone who has pro-homosexual beliefs.

IRS Code Five Times Longer Than Bible

Just in case you were wondering, the Internal Revenue Service tax code dwarfs the Bible in terms of the number of words used and a U.S. Congressman is picking up where others have left off in trying to simplify the rules that tell taxpayers how much they own Uncle Sam each year.