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.
A new Harvard University survey shows that 51 percent of young Americans don't support capitalism — which goes to show you that higher education can't fix stupid — especially when it's flowing from the mouths of anti-capitalist educators who, when you're listening to them, make you envious of every deaf person you've ever met.
We live in a country where people think it's okay for has-been rock stars to cancel concerts because of their beliefs but it's not okay for bakers, florists and photographers to do the same.
A military parade may soon look less like a VE-Day parade down Times Square and more like a Mardi Gras parade in New Orleans unless liberals in leadership stop using the U.S. military as a social engineering experiment.
While it's true that liberalism is destroying America, it is also true that most liberals are not doing it intentionally.
Why was it so hard for the Obama administration to be straight with the American people about what's happening in the world?
As the world mourned the dead and wounded in Brussels and President Obama was doing "the wave" at a baseball game with commie dictator Raul Castro in Havana, ISIS was asking its followers on social media to choose which country's colors they would like next displayed on the Eiffel Tower.
Judas sold his soul and betrayed the King of Kings for 30 pieces of silver. So, what's your price?
If Democrats really care about the plight of illegal immigrants flooding our borders, they should do a better job taking care of them before they reach voting age.
Left unchecked, anger is as destructive to a nation as it is to individual souls, always beginning with fear and ending with hate.
It takes more faith to depend on the government than it does to trust in God's provision, but you'd never know it watching Progressives worship at their government golden calf that owns nothing at all unless it takes it from you.
While pro-Trump pundits do their best to rationalize the sewer talk flowing from the stage after the most recent GOP debate, please understand that the problem is really not that complicated.
The provocative statements made on social media about Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's death is a sign of the times.
The Democrat Party presidential debates have been so snooze-worthy, it's enough to make you wonder if maybe the Democrat National Committee should schedule future debates sometime between Bernie Sanders' and Hillary Clinton's afternoon naps and the senior citizen early bird hour over at Golden Corral.
How any female in America could support Donald Trump, the American version of former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, is beyond me.
One of the greatest gifts my hardworking, blue-collar father gave me when I was young was the belief that no one owes me anything. His wisdom carried me through some difficult times growing up and helped shape me into the person I am today. It seems that self-reliant attitude my dad instilled in me is all but lost in this country.
We should be thankful the Obama administration is nearing its end. This year is bound to have its share of surprises and grandstanding from a president who seems more enamored by regimes like Iran than America.
Over the holidays, Europeans were rudely awakened from their Utopian Dream of open borders and peaceful coexistence to discover as Oscar Wilde once wrote, "...nightmares are dreams too."
Because I once voted liberal, at the beginning of each new year I take it as my personal responsibility to pose a few suggestions to my liberal friends out there who are still living on the dark side.
Establishment Republicans gave Democrats a generous Christmas gift this year while at the same time stuffing conservatives' stockings with coal in the passage of the omnibus spending bill.
What is it about Christmas that stirs hope in the hearts of even the most cynical?
It is Christmas time, the season of good cheer where we celebrate Jesus' birth, but rather than doing that, a group called American Atheists invite us by way of their new billboard campaign to "Go ahead and skip church! Just be good for goodness' sake." As if that's even possible.
The day before Thanksgiving, President Obama assured Americans all was well and he knew "of no specific and credible intelligence indicating a plot on the homeland" based "on the latest information I just received in the Situation Room."