John F. McManus
Hillary Clinton knows she’s in a serious bind where she can neither divorce herself from Obama nor champion his performance.
The complaints against Common Core are liable to grow even more intense now that the College Board’s history curriculum has been examined.
What the immediate future will bring to Ukraine is unknown. But America’s chosen role as policeman of the world has got to stop.
Pointing an accusing finger at the America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. scientist Goddard shows that its U.S. Historical Climatology Network has been “adjusting” its conclusions and substituting “fabricated” temperature data produced by computer models in the place of actual temperature readings.
Impeachment by the House will not lead to conviction and removal of the President by the Senate. And Democrats dearly want calls for impeachment to continue because they help the Democrat cause.
There are more than enough laws on the books to put an end to the immigration crisis. What’s needed is a determination to use them, properly and humanely. That’s what swearing an oath to the U.S. Constitution should mean.
The word “partnership” is the current coverup for treaty, alliance, or free trade agreement, but the favored policy of America should be “non-intervention.”
Early in July 2014, for the first time in 1600 years, there was no Catholic Mass celebrated in the city of Mosul in northern Iraq. Islamic militants calling themselves the “Islamic State of Iraq and Syria” (ISIS) had taken control of the region.
On July 17, the Australian Senate followed the lead already taken by the nation’s House and approved a measure repealing an onerous carbon tax on large companies that had been imposed three years ago.
Professor James MacGregor Burns entered into eternity on July 15, 2014. He was widely known for his desire to reconstruct the Constitution.