“You can’t legislate morality!” is a common battle cry today. It’s thought to be a quintessentially American idea, even though the Founding Fathers never expressed such a sentiment.

Each of the Clintons has earned millions for speeches given to individuals and organizations linked to foreign governments.

After Glenn Beck met with Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg, he was “convinced that Facebook is behaving appropriately and trying to do the right thing.” Unfortunately, this is nonsense.

Last year, I declared myself a springbok trapped in a human body. With such a declaration, some people will suggest that I am suffering from a condition known as species dysphoria, in which one thinks he is a wild animal trapped in a human body. Species dysphoria is similar to gender dysphoria, a condition in which a person believes he is a woman trapped in a male body or a man trapped in a female body.

President Obama’s National Security Adviser Susan Rice stated in her May 11th Commencement Address at Florida International University that there are too many white males in top jobs in America’s national security agencies.

This is the season of college Commencement speeches — an art form that has seldom been memorable, but has increasingly become toxic in recent times.

As with all other natural, God-given rights, the right of private property is indispensable to human liberty. Without property, there is no progress, and without progress, the lamp of free civilization is soon extinguished.

As the assault on our nation’s cultural underpinnings continues, the latest attack against morality and sanity involves a choice of restrooms.

George Mason University School of Law has just been renamed the Antonin Scalia School of Law in honor of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

For many of us concerned with liberty, the letters “NDAA” have come to symbolize Washington’s ongoing effort to undermine the US Constitution in the pursuit of constant war overseas. It was the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for 2012 that introduced into law the idea that American citizens could be indefinitely detained without warrant or charge if a government bureaucrat decides they had assisted al-Qaeda or “associated forces that are engaged in hostilities against the United States.” No charges, no trial, just disappeared Americans.