The townhall-style meeting, held at Fort Lee, Virginia, was surprisingly frank, as active-duty service members unloaded on the administration after two terms of social experimentation, antiquated equipment, abysmal health care, and political correctness.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
After watching Donald Trump’s performance against Hillary I couldn’t help but chuckle. Most of the pundits the next day were lamenting how The Donald had blown it.
Cambridge Christian School this week made good on its threat to sue for the right to lead public prayer before a game. In December, the Florida High School Athletic Association denied the Cambridge Lancers the mic and speakers at Orlando’s Citrus Bowl.
By John Lowery This column is exclusive to Accuracy in Media America’s veterans are killing themselves out of desperation as..
Men and women in our military are coming under attack with regards to their religious freedom and even the LGBT agenda. Our special guest, Lt. General Jerry Boykin.
LA Police Commission tells officers to run away. This is not unlike the “duty to retreat theory” used to charge a person inside their own home, with a crime should you use deadly force against an intruder.
However, I, like Paul, practically feel constrained to prove my bona fides now that I am opposed to Donald Trump’s candidacy. To some critics of my position, I appear as a pseudo-conservative, perhaps even a closet supporter of Hillary Clinton.
MassResistance continues to lead America’s pro-family movement in confronting elected officials. Over the past few weeks, California MassResistance has been active not only on SB 1146, but other important pro-family fronts.
Thanks to House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) and Rep. Jody Hice (R-Ga.), every day may be Pulpit Freedom Sunday if H.R. 6195 passes.
The United Nations Working Group of Experts – gee, we already know this is going to be really stupid and pompous – on People of African Descent has urged the United States to pay “reparations” to American blacks for the slavery that was allowed here over 150 years ago.
In a race as tight as this one, everything comes down to turnout. And that’s exactly what Democrats must be afraid of after seeing Gallup’s latest numbers.
Do you need to lock your doors and windows at night because a homosexual predator is coming after your kids? That is absolutely not what I mean when I say that LGBT activists are coming for your children.
Right now, the clergy of America are in that very dilemma, thanks to a vague, 62-year-old piece of the U.S. tax code called the Johnson Amendment.
A similar talent is needed to read the New York Times these days — especially an editorial about North Carolina’s “bathroom protection bill,” House Bill 2.
The Obama administration is poised to surrender control of certain Internet functions to non-profit ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, on October 1.
Our special guest on Faith and Freedom today is Lt. General Jerry Boykin. He serves as Family Research Council’s Executive Vice President.
So this is what the First Amendment comes down to in the Year of Our Lord 2016? Satan clubs after school. Quite a sign of the times.
And that’s why I fall on the conservative side the aisle, because Liberalism, and most liberal programs try to put a layer between God and Man.
Stopping judicial tyranny is like the weather: everybody talks about it, but nobody does anything about it. Nobody, that is, except for Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.
How serious are these collegiate sports leagues about their transgender agendas? Not very, if the latest move by the ACC is any indication.
With just two days left until the government runs out of cash, Republicans have been more than ready to pass a short-term continuing resolution (CR) to keep the lights on.
Romero had just knocked out Machida – literally, knocked him unconscious – by pummeling his face with his elbows, after which he preached Jesus to the crowd.
Last night was supposed to belong to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. But the biggest story of the first debate wasn’t the candidates answering the questions — it was the person asking them.
So now Ted Cruz has said he will vote for Donald Trump. He didn’t go so far as to say, when asked pointedly, that Trump is fit to be president.
David Hall is a hero for standing up and saying “no” to the lies and depravity wrapped up in on-the-job homosexual “diversity” training. He may lose his federal government job in Illinois.
The question of voting or not to vote…that seems to be in the mind of some people. But, we have significant decisions to make and it is our duty to make those decisions.
Well, an official at the University of Kansas has ruled that gorillas can’t be included in a jungle-themed floor decoration in a dorm because gorillas are…get this… “too masculine” and “not inclusive” enough.
Donald Trump’s remark about Hillary Clinton’s lifelong fight against ISIS is a good illustration of what makes it impossible for me to trust him.
A growing number of Christian intercessory prayer groups are joining forces—and joining voices—to call for a day of prayer to combat Islamic terrorism on Oct. 2, 2016.
In the last several weeks, the Department of Homeland Security has been trying to exert more power over the voting process by offering them federal “help.”