Execute homosexuals if you must — but don’t dare refuse to bake them a cake before sending them to the gallows. Some could interpret this as the position of many American businesses, as they successfully lobbied against a Georgia religious-freedom bill.
Donald Trump may be eluding the thought police's snares. But as an ex-tennis official has learned the hard way, political correctness is still alive and well.
Making a definitive statement, a medical association writes that educators and legislators should “reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.”
With respect to Obama's Supreme Court pick, GOP senators should do their job. This means being extreme enough to only confirm good Supreme Court justices and wiping the lipstick off the pig of pragmatism.
Many today view pot as just the Millennial Martini, no different than that after-work libation. But more and more, studies are revealing that cannabis is a dangerous substance whose habitual use can lead to cognitive impairment and increased social ills.
Gun-control laws have been killed off in the Missouri legislature in recent years, and more residents are being killed in the streets. That’s the story, anyway.
Some critics say that vote fraud has resulted in stolen elections, while others shrug the problem off as negligible at worst. But a new analysis of 2016 primary voting trends indicates, many analysts insist, that ballot fraud’s magnitude may be quite staggering.
The battle goes to the passionate. Culture wars are no exception, and a handful of stories from the past week — involving the Islamization of the West — illustrate this point well.
Once again vindicating Thomas Jefferson's assessment that judicial supremacy would make our Constitution a suicide pact, the Supreme Court has blocked a Louisiana law that would save babies’ lives.
At issue is just a scientific paper about the hand. Nonetheless, its authors could now use a helping hand after receiving the back of someone else’s.