Baltimore’s new mayor is suggesting boxing matches to help prevent gun violence among inner-city youth. A better proposal — a return to faith — is not something the mayor could propose without risking a political knockout.
President Trump is being criticized for his congratulatory statement acknowledging “LGBT Pride” month.
While college students tend to be more favorable to the pro-abortion position, a closer look at a recent survey finds room for hope among pro-lifers.
A barely noticed study on the Obama-backed Common Core scheme revealed that the controversial national “education” standards caused a “significant” decline in student achievement.
Welcome to the new corporate activism and the principle “The conservative customer is always wrong.”
VIDEO - In this episode of Behind The Deep State, host Alex Newman gives you the true history of the Illuminati. Founded in 1776 by Adam Weishaupt, the secret society worked to infiltrate and hijack Freemasonry. The diabolical agenda was to overthrow Christianity and all the governments of Europe to create a "utopia" based on principles very similar to those espoused by Karl Marx and communists a century later. The bloody French Revolution was their first great success. All this and more in this episode of Behind The Deep State!
Law enforcement use of geo-fencing warrants is substantially similar to the use of the Writs of Assistance by the British that sparked the Revolutionary War.
A district court judge in Missouri is allowing a St. Louis Planned Parenthood abortion provider to stay open until at least Tuesday of next week as the organization fights to keep abortionists from being interviewed about practices at the facility.
In a case of karmic retribution, NYU has cancelled a class set to be given by a former Media Matters and New Yorker staffer who accused an ICE agent of having a Nazi tattoo.
The Lockport City Public School District in New York is the first district in the country to plan to use facial recognition cameras in their schools.
The passage of Illinois Representative Kelly Cassidy’s Reproductive Health Act by the Democrat-controlled Illinois House on Tuesday laid out clearly the sharp divide between pro-life and pro-abortion supporters.