Activists have taken to the streets to protest the elected Republican candidate, Donald Trump, in exhibits that can only be described as temper tantrums, many of which have become violent. But rather than repudiate the behavior of these protesters and dispute any contention that the election was anything but fair (let’s pretend for a moment that the mainstream media was unbiased in its campaign coverage), North Carolina State University officials have bought into the notion that its students were somehow wronged by the election outcome, and have provided them with “comfort” foods and safe spaces.
Joseph Stalin said he could convert the entire world to communism if he were given control of the American movie industry. Now the Chinese communists are steadily making moves in that direction.
With the public schools becoming increasingly hostile to conservative values and the Christian faith, more and more parents are choosing to homeschool.
Last week, the City Council of Chesapeake, Virginia, unanimously voted to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the motto "In God we trust" by putting up a plaque in the town’s city hall emblazoned with it.
A Pennsylvania Christian charity that feeds the homeless will no longer accept USDA food because a new regulation would force the organization to stop offering prayers before meals.
The controversial election of 1800 and Thomas Jefferson's first inaugural offer a heads-up and healing for the presidential election of 2016.
It’s ironic, when a man who rails against the homosexual agenda may represent its ultimate victory. But Milo Yiannopoulos, the bodacious, bleached-blonde, bohemian, British bad boy of Breitbart, may be just that — as he becomes more and more of a hero to conservatives.