The man has been called “one of the cruelest, most vile political activists in America.” And now Disney/ABC may give him his own television show.
Are federally crafted police guidelines for the NYPD the latest step in a plan to nationalize American police?
The feds are working to nationalize policing standards and drop a politically correct straitjacket over American law enforcement. And their latest target is New York City.
How should we address government's trampling of religious freedom? When dealing with the snakes of social engineering and destruction, being wise as serpents is a good idea.
After giving a violence home invader a slap on the wrist, a Kentucky judge takes offense at a three-year-old victim's feelings.
While works such as Bill O'Reilly's Killing Jesus may be all the rage, research shows that America's faith is "a mile wide and an inch deep." And even more interesting is the reason why.
People can think whatever they want about homosexuality today. If you can control their words and actions, however, what tomorrow’s people think about the issue will be very, very different.
Christians aren’t the ones who took homosexuality out of the closet; they aren’t the side trying to give this one group special status. They are simply playing defense. Yet it is they who are called “offensive.”
In amending the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, Indiana Republicans possibly were trying to do their best impression of a cheap tent. But there perhaps hasn’t been such a quick folding since the collapse of the Maginot Line.