Anxious to turn the country's attention away from President Trump's diplomatic success with Kim Jong Un, his opponents have returned to an issue that the Congress has repeatedly failed to resolve — immigration.
Like most leaders, Senator Roger Wicker is astounded that the Navy is even considering letting someone who doesn't believe in God join the chaplaincy. Three years ago, the idea was so absurd that even Obama's military attorneys went to court to stop it.
I was asked about an accusation of infidelity that's resurfaced against Donald Trump from 2006. I did not then, and I will not now, try to rationalize or excuse this type of behavior. But let's also be realistic: Americans can only hold President Donald Trump accountable for what he does in office. We can't do anything about the past.
You may not know what to buy for your family, but we know where to buy! #AnywhereButTARGET is the holiday rallying cry of our friends at 2nd Vote, who want to keep the heat on the retailer for its radical agenda.
The Obamas famously wanted a "nonreligious Christmas" (which makes about as much sense as a vegetarian barbecue). But they were outed by their social secretary, Desiree Rogers, in an eye-opening profile piece for The New York Times.
In a survey that will probably leave you speechless about the radical bent of President Barack Obama's party, Pew asked Americans what they really think about gender identity. If the results don't surprise you, check your pulse.
If the media had questions about the influence of the Religious Right, they were answered early Wednesday morning by the greatest coalescence around a Republican nominee in two decades. It turns out the press had about as much success writing the obituary of the evangelical movement as it had predicting this election.
In the race to recapture the White House, Donald Trump's biggest obstacle has never been Hillary Clinton. It's been himself. Saddled with baggage from years of crass comments, Trump has been his own worst enemy.
In one breathtaking move, the nation's highest court took for itself the power reserved for its people—overturning the votes of millions of Americans and demanding that they walk away from millennia of human history, human nature, and the explicit teachings of Scripture in the process.
The biggest news from Tuesday's Supreme Court arguments isn't news at all to conservatives: Same-sex "marriage" is a threat to religious freedom. For once, that revelation didn't come from one of the lawyers on our side but from the Obama administration's own attorney.
Thousands of years of human history cannot be overruled by three hours of debate before nine imperfect people. But today that is the best liberals can hope for in the race to upend nature's law -- and nature's God.