If the Senate gets its act together and successfully deals the health care debate, America may be looking at its independence from Obamacare!
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The liberal media has a philosophy on all things Trump: Guilty before proven innocent. Even the most innocuous stories become headline news from a far-Left press.
The case against Daleiden is “beyond weak,” he told reporters. “He is being persecuted for using very law-based efforts to expose corruption and criminality.”
Thanks to the likes of MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid and CBS’s Scott Pelley, the culture of civility was short-lived — at least in the liberal media.
Secretary Rex Tillerson got a great head start, thanks to the White House’s decision to ax billions of dollars in overseas abortion funding.
While the media says there’s plenty of blame to go around for Wednesday’s Republican shooting, at least one liberal knows exactly where to place the blame: in the lap of the Left.
There may be privates in the Army, but there’s no privacy. In a major break from precedent, the military’s largest branch is warning female soldiers to expect biological men in their showers.
Senate leaders are worried about losing two Republicans by defunding Planned Parenthood: but they should worry about the 70 they’ll lose in the House if they don’t!
Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) flew to Planned Parenthood’s defense, telling reporters that defunding Richards’s business shouldn’t “even be part of the discussion about health care.”
There’s no sugar-coating the intolerance at Kellogg’s! Like a lot of corporate bullies, the cereal company bowled over shoppers with its decision to pull ads from Breitbart.com.
Moriah may have offered that prayer in her mind, but district officials barred her from speaking it at the graduation ceremony on June 2.
Sanders, shouting until he was red in the face, accused the president’s nominee, Russell Vought, of being an Islamophobe for believing what the Bible says about salvation.
It’s time for Donald Trump to take a wrecking ball to the LGBT distractions of his predecessor and turn the page on policies that offend more people than they “honor.”
Rebuilding the military might cost billions of dollars, but there’s one change that wouldn’t cost a cent: putting a stop to the Left’s social engineering.
Tuesday morning, Vice President Mike Pence didn’t just speak about prayer — he was the proof that prayers are answered!
Valerie Huber, a longtime leader in sexual risk avoidance circles, is taking a job as the chief of staff for the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health at HHS.
Locals have walked for 87 years under the shadow of Neosho, Missouri’s 60-foot cross. And despite a legal threat to the display, they’re determined to make it 88.
The House passed his Iraq and Syrian Genocide Accountability Act, giving fresh hope to the suffering Christians in filthy, dangerous, and starving camps in the heart of ISIS country.
Defending Planned Parenthood has always been a tough job — but last month, it got even harder with the release of some of the worst undercover videos to date.
Mopping up an eight-year mess is no easy task, but the new president kept at it, pulling America out of a dollar-sucking, job-crushing climate treaty that wouldn’t have made a degree’s worth of difference in the earth’s temperature!
Steve and Bridget Tennes, owners of their 120-acre farm, Country Mill Orchards, have never hidden their Christian faith. Now, they can’t sell their produce at the Farmers Market because of it.
The abortion giant is sitting on piles of cash according to their latest annual report — and not because they earned it!
At this year’s World Congress of Families, held in Budapest, Hungary, our own Peter Sprigg and Travis Weber shared FRC’s vision and work with other attendees.
It took four days, but President Trump completed a religious trifecta — traveling deep into the heartlands of Islam, Judaism, and Catholicism this week.
President Trump has been trying to prove his point about the dangers of unvetted refugees for months. On Monday, a radical Islamist did it for him.
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has been working to protect the privacy and safety of Texas’s women and children in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
Today, never-before seen video footage from inside the National Abortion Federation conference has been released by the lawyers of David Daleiden of the Center for Medical Progress.
Under the president’s plan, the budget would balance in 10 years — thanks, in large part, to some overdue cuts in discretionary spending and tax and welfare reforms.
In a terrifying scene at the Manchester Arena, the president’s words played out in the worst attack on British soil in 12 years.
The best part of President Trump’s speech in Saudi Arabia may have been what was missing: an apology. After eight years of Obama-sponsored groveling, Americans probably forgot what leading from a position of strength looks like.