Let’s be honest here. Yesterday, feckless Republicans effectively inaugurated Chuck Schumer as the new de facto president of the United States.
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The Founders crafted a Constitution that establishes three separate and distinct branches of government: a legislative branch to pass laws, an executive branch to enforce them, and a judicial branch to use those laws to settle disputes.
Arkansas was scheduled to put eight murderers to death in 11 days, before its lethal injection drug reaches its expiration date.
Syria is a Muslim nation. This means that it cannot be reformed or turned into a democracy. It can only be contained.
The most egregious example of cultural appropriation, perhaps in history, is the theft of God’s rainbow by the LGBTQ crowd.
The world needs a whole lot more husbands like Mike Pence, and most people, were they honest with themselves, would agree.
Mercy for Animals and Center for Medical Progress produced undercover tapes to expose unlawful practices. Why was the animal rights group lauded but the pro life group charged with felonies?
President Trump’s highest calling is to protect the safety and security of the United States. He shouldn’t let a low-level judge stop him.
If a great big beautiful wall was good enough for Pope Leo, perhaps it ought to be “Christian” enough for Gov. Jerry Brown.
Many claim that sanctuary cities are inspired by the ancient “cities of refuge” which are found in the Bible.
If the GOP replacement for ObamaCare repeals it in any meaningful sense (and it doesn’t), it only replaces it with something just as bad, if not worse.
Trump issued a revised version of his targeted travel ban yesterday, narrowly tailored to satisfy the unelected federal judge who struck the first one down.
Donald Trump, acting through the attorney general and the secretary of education, has rescinded a horribly misguided Obama-era directive on transgender bathrooms.
It’s time to go to war – spiritual war, that is – for the president of the United States. He is now the direct object of curses being woven against him by covens all across the country.
The conflict in our culture and politics is a simple one: conflict between those who love and speak the truth and those who hate it and want it repressed.
It is certainly possible for a homosexual to hold conservative views on certain issues, but it is not possible for him to be a conservative.
We know that building walls and using immigration restrictions are legitimate policies because Jesus will use them in his own kingdom.
There is a tyrant loose in America, but it’s not, as liberals would have you believe, Donald Trump.
According to a left-wing website, The Nation, the president is circulating a draft of an executive order on religious liberty that will bring civil rights protections for Christians into the 21st century.
As we feared, President Trump has chosen sides in the battle between homosexuality and religious liberty. And he has chosen poorly.
The cacophony from the political and religious left over Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban has been not only clanging but irrational and unhinged.
It’s one thing for a man to be a friend of sinners, but it’s another for him to be such a friend of sinners that he becomes an enemy of God.
The chances are good that William Pryor is at the top of Donald Trump’s list of nominees to replace Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court.
This refusal on their part to recognize that they are, in fact, the real haters is not only an instance of spectacular self-deception, it’s now become dangerous.
The problem is the GOP and Donald Trump campaigned on repealing Obamacare on day one. They had better deliver and get this thing done.
By now the nation is fully aware of a heinous crime committed in Chicago against a mentally challenged young man who is white.
Much ink has been spilled and many pixels have been posted over the question of what Republicans should replace ObamaCare with, if they keep their oft-repeated promises to repeal it.
Nothing – nothing – is more important than the president’s selection of a nominee to replace Antonin Scalia. And this is where “We the People” come in.
The bigots and bullies of secular fundamentalism will yammer on about the separation of church and state, and the horrors of recognizing Christmas in public settings.
One of the welcome things about this year’s election cycle is that it has focused attention on the electoral college for the first time in 16 years.