Late night comedy shows are no longer funny. They've turned into crude, Trump-bashing political attacks.
We all know there is bias in the family court system, usually against fathers. But generally it's merely anecdotal evidence. That has changed with a study out of North Dakota which analyzes custody decisions by individual judges.
The left attacks President Trump for suggesting that dishonest news media be shut down, yet they hypocritically have no problem shutting down conservative news media themselves?
Tucson Police Officer Brandon Tatum has a First Amendment right to free speech. But you wouldn't know that from the way a reporter has targeted him. Tatum's video expressing his dissatisfaction with the NFL players kneeling went viral.
Since the left and complicit journalists in the mainstream media cannot defeat President Donald Trump on the issues or legitimate grounds such as dishonesty, they have resorted to a superficial collection of tactics.
Many are criticizing President Trump for pardoning former Maricopa County Sheriff Arpaio. He used to be the most popular sheriff in the country, and until just a few years ago, no one had a problem with him arresting illegal immigrants.
Now that we know the secret strategy the left is using against us, what do we do about it? Instead of sitting back and taking the abuse, conservatives should box the left in right back.
The left has figured out when all else fails, use the legal system to oust conservative political leaders. Even if the left can't ultimately win in court against Trump, they can drag out legal proceedings for years to tarnish his reputation.
The left has figured out several methods that successfully work to divide the left and the right. One of their cleverest ways is stirring up race wars, because it has the extra benefit of making the right look bad.
U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, (R-Ga.), has introduced a criminal justice reform bill in Congress modeled after similar legislation that was implemented in Georgia. Republicans and Democrats are gushing over the bipartisan support for the bill.
A popular argument the left uses to attack conservatives is accusing them of wanting to return the country to the way things were in the 1950s. This is a clever, subtle tactic meant to set up an artificial debate based on the left's narrow premises.
President Donald Trump frequently comes under criticism for tweeting, even from his own advisers. But tweeting is probably the smartest thing he has done as president.
Canadian attorney Georgialee Lang has edited a book containing the stories of eight of Canada's most prominent Christian women leaders.
It's packed full of useful advice, the kinds of things you figure out 10 to 20 years later that you wish you would have known a lot younger in life.
Shortly after its Roman Catholic director was fired by the governor, the Arizona Department of Economic Security implemented a policy incredibly — and unconstitutionally — imposing a sweeping ban on religious and political speech.
Considering what Majetich went through due to his injuries, and the extensive efforts he took in order to clear up the disability payments, he should not be penalized for the government's gross mistakes. He is one of the last Americans this should happen to.
The producers of "Bravery: On Wings Like Eagles," a 3D stereoscopic movie being created to attract Millennials and younger generations to Christ, are reporting online sabotage being done to thwart their projects. They have had immense difficulty trying to raise money on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Gab.
The left has gotten away for too long with the false assertion that Christians are judgmental.
Just like there are authoritative, final news sources when it comes to the news, like The New York Times, CNN and the AP Stylebook — you really can skip all other news sources — there are also venerable educational institutions you can trust.
The left has done a 180 since its free speech heyday of the 1960s. What used to be anything goes, and protecting the First Amendment right to say controversial things, has morphed into a treacherous map of what you can and cannot say.
I don't usually watch CNN, but after being snowbound in a motel for five days with no Fox News, I received an earful. Other than the mind-numbing, endless focus on the Russians supposedly hacking the election and finger pointing at Donald Trump for daring to challenge this hastily adopted assumption, it wasn't all bad.
No one could have predicted that left-leaning German Chancellor Angela Merkel would call for banning hijabs.
Although racism has been gradually decreasing in the U.S., the left is attempting to portray it as rapidly expanding in order to keep minorities voting for Democrats.
The left, mainstream media, pundits and even most polls were certain Hillary Clinton was going to win the election.
As I've covered previously, the Obama administration has acquired a reputation for wrongly prosecuting Republican officials and personalities by the use of vaguely worded ethics laws.