In a terrifying scene at the Manchester Arena, the president’s words played out in the worst attack on British soil in 12 years.
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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.
With decades of policy experience, Mike Pence has brought a lot more to the table than a lot of men who’ve won the title. Case in point: his speech at Notre Dame’s graduation.
The federal “wastebooks” are fun to read, but let’s hope that under President Trump, they won’t be nearly as long! The compilation of ridiculous spending projects has everyone laughing.
The U.S. Embassy in Macedonia tweeted “We’re flying the rainbow flag today to commemorate the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia.”
School officials have assumed the authority to decide that teachers are not allowed to let their colleagues know they are praying for them — even in private conversations.
Congressman Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) gave an eye-opening lecture yesterday at FRC on the harmful D.C. assisted suicide law and why Congress must repeal it.
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick of Texas, has been working to protect the privacy and safety of women and children in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
President Trump raised the issue of imprisoned U.S. pastor Andrew Brunson multiple times during his meeting with Turkish President Recep Erdogan in Washington.
The DNC platform, for the first time, staked out extreme ground in its embrace – not only of taxpayer-funded abortion, but abortion on demand.
Defending democracy is a tough business — so it’s no wonder President Trump would want someone like FRC’s Ken Blackwell on the job.
When President Trump chose the college to deliver his first commencement address, he couldn’t have picked a better one than Liberty University.
This morning, President Trump took a giant leap forward, outdoing Presidents Bush and even Reagan with the actual implementation of the Mexico City Policy.
If you’ve been to the Grand Canyon, you know there isn’t exactly a shortage of stones. The 227-mile natural wonder is a geologist’s paradise — unless, apparently, you’re a Christian.
After years of watching the BSA turn into an arm of LGBT indoctrination, the LDS Church — the “oldest and largest charter organization of the Scouts” — is beginning to walk away.
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue is doing his part to protect and promote religious freedom as promised by Trump’s Executive Order.
Another heavy hitter, Aetna, announced that it was pulling out of the provider pool this week after swimming in Obamacare’s red ink.
Scientists have found 1,559 genetic differences between boys and girls — but try telling that to Oregon officials!
We take our freedom for granted until we can’t exercise it. Franklin Graham has reminded us that that day has already come for 215 million Christians.
If the Target corporation is imploding, then it’s going down in a rainbow blaze of glory.
What does evolution theory have to do with the Army? A lot, if you want to be the branch’s secretary.
New Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch was just the opening act to what the president calls “monthly waves” of solid lower court nominees.
CNN, AP, and the Washington Post must be suffering from selective amnesia because each one insisted that the episode is not how Trump described it.
Fairfax County, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C., has been one of the chief battlegrounds over the infiltration of transgender ideology in the public schools.
President Trump finally called a ceasefire on the conflict started by Barack Obama with an executive order on religious freedom.
By a 217-213 vote, the House advanced the mission the Americans elected them for — defunding the nation’s biggest abortion group and gutting an unsustainable and unconscionable law.
Good press for Russia is hard to find these days. And that won’t change any time soon, as the result of a new global report on religious liberty.
It may have been a popular compromise, but no one’s rushing to pass it! That’s the dilemma in Texas, where time is ticking on the legislative session that holds the state’s privacy bill in the balance.
Friday morning staffers put in plenty of overtime on a $1 trillion package that bundles almost a dozen agencies’ budgets into one colossal omnibus.
For the last few years, ESPN has been trying to settle a different score. And unfortunately for viewers, it has nothing to do with sports.