Time managed to work its way back into national consciousness this week with its colorful cover asking, “Is Truth Dead?”
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At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump said, “My administration will do everything in its power to defend and protect religious liberty.”
A gusher of leaks started pouring out with sensitive intelligence before and after Mr. Trump took office. One leak took down National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn.
The ACLU purports to uphold First Amendment freedoms for all Americans, but its seminal doctrines and choice of cases reveal something else altogether.
If President Trump’s antagonists are resisting anything, it is the call to civility – the willingness to agree to disagree but to work within the system.
In recent years, progressives have used the courts to establish newer classes of protected behaviors that effectively trump the explicit constitutional protection of religion.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is leading the charge against President Trump’s order to temporarily halt immigrants from seven countries.
In the upside down world of leftist activism, speech is violence while actual violence is an appropriate response.
As any reporter can tell you, it’s far more fun to cover zany people and events than those exuding decency and restraint. The news business, like much of the entertainment media, thrives on mayhem.
Now that Donald Trump has been sworn in as America’s 45th president, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has hit the panic button.
Under Mr. Holder, the Justice Department looked the other way as the Internal Revenue Service harassed tea parties and conservative groups.
The Democrats and their media allies plan to make the next associate justice nominee out to be the reincarnation of Adolf Hitler, or at least the Boston Strangler.
President-elect Donald Trump said he would get rid of political correctness (PC), and it couldn’t come too soon. But the Trump Era has not quite begun.
Given all the ways that human beings tick each other off, it helps to know just how much of a biological miracle that guy is who cut us off in traffic.
A Maine man credits the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for his winning a battle with the state Bureau of Motor Vehicles over his insistence that his ID card photo include goat horns on his head.
The Democrats and their friends in the media are vigorously looking to expose “fake news” in the wake of their disastrous election defeat in November. Good for them.
Joseph Tompkins is the guy who got the ACLU to force a small Indiana town to remove a cross from atop its municipal Christmas tree on Monday.
Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who faces an April 18 trial on desertion charges for leaving his unit in Afghanistan in 2009 and getting captured by the Taliban, is also seeking a presidential pardon.
If you were to ask Chicken Little himself about the progressive mindset since Election Day, he would find it unnervingly alarmist. “Tell them to chill,” he’d say, shaking his feathery head.
Tolerance, properly understood, is a wonderful virtue. The progressive version, however is a weapon to intimidate and silence opponents.
In the wake of Donald Trump’s election, the mood on the losing side has ranged from somber mourning to hysterics, plus some furious vows to avenge Hillary Clinton’s loss.
Predictably, Democrats are clamoring to abolish the Electoral College, which the Founders created as part of the separation of powers and a hedge against mob rule.
Maine Republican governor Paul LePage should face a federal inquiry for his remarks on Monday suggesting that college students obey state laws regarding voting, residency, vehicle registration, and taxes, according to the ACLU’s state chapter.
Americans hate cheating. The Bernie Sanders movement grew out of the notion, however misguided, that the “rich” on Wall Street are cheating everyone else.
Hundreds of voters in recent elections in three eastern Pennsylvania counties were more than 100 years of age, with many over 110, according to official voter registration rolls open to the public.
Is it any wonder why millions of Americans feel that this election is being “rigged” by a hyper-partisan media, aided by an Obama administration that is using the Justice Department to attack safeguards such as voter photo ID laws?
A Hillary Clinton presidency would bring many things, but one consequence is assured: a continued assault on our competitive, two-party political system.
That’s why current FBI Director James B. Comey’s insistence at a congressional hearing last Wednesday that, “We are not weasels” was so jarring.
With a population of 1.3 million, Maine is one of those curious “blue” states in which Republicans are competitive. The GOP holds the Senate with 20 members over 15 Democrats, while the Dems have a 78 to 69 House majority.
If someone tells you it’s not important to vote on November 8, or that it’s fine to throw away your vote on a third-party candidate, please remind him or her that our very freedoms are at stake.