There is a letter titled "Isn't It Strange?" making the rounds in email boxes. It asks questions to which our fellow Americans should know the answers, save for those caught up in modernity.

The best New Year's Resolution I ever made was to stop trying to reason with unreasonable people. That may be especially valuable during an election year.

Should current thinking hold, doctoring a driver’s license in order to expose what Planned Parenthood does with funding that it obtains from the American people is considered a greater crime than abortion or selling body parts of fetuses.

Passage of Senator Mitch McConnell’s authorization for war against ISIS will not only lead to perpetual US wars across the globe, it will also endanger our civil and economic liberties.

Political correctness dictates that a woman should take Andrew Jackson's place on the $20 bill, arguing that our seventh president was an unusually evil person.

Hannes Wessels' new book about the Rhodesian Special Air Service (SAS) is a moving account of the brave men who faced overwhelming odds battling Marxist terrorists as they struggled to save their new nation.

Balancing the budget is a good idea and the nation would be better off if the federal budget were balanced each year. But the numerous BBAs proposed are so full of loopholes that they make balanced budget proposals virtually meaningless.

Ever since Donald Trump’s rise to 2016-contender prominence, the rap on him, and perhaps part of his broad appeal, has been that he’s not a conservative. And he’s not — he’s a nationalistic populist. Yet there’s another way to understand The Donald’s professed politics: as that of the first prominent “European-conservative” American presidential candidate. He’s not so much America’s next Ronald Reagan or Barry Goldwater, but her first Marine Le Pen.

The most crucial input for a child's education cannot be provided by schools, politicians and government. As such, continued calls for more school resources will produce disappointing results as they have in the past.

The latest tempest in a teapot controversy is over a lack of black nominees for this year's Academy Awards in Hollywood.