On this Thanksgiving Day, I urge you to reflect on something we usually take for granted: the remarkable system of limited government, with its many checks and balances, that our Founding Fathers established for us.
The pro-abortion lobby got millions of dollars’ worth of free publicity last Thursday, when the winter finale of the hit television show “Scandal” aired.
Just how much more harm will President Barack Obama do to this country before his term of office ends? I shudder when I think of the possibilities.
In the aftermath of the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris last Friday, every country in the West is being forced to reconsider its policies regarding the murderous jihadists of ISIS.
All in all, viewers Tuesday night got some substance, but not a lot of controversy. Good red meat, in other words, but not much blood.
The left can’t stand the fact that Ben Carson is a black, Christian conservative. That’s a role model they can’t permit. So of course they will do everything they can to defame and defeat him.
All in all, Tuesday was a pretty good day for conservatives. Will the same thing happen next year on a national scale? These election results say it certainly can — if the Republicans get the right candidates with the right messages.
The moderators’ bias and antagonism was obvious from the very first question of the last GOP debate when they asked Ohio Governor John Kasich to repeat his previous attacks on Donald Trump and Ben Carson. Kasich was only too happy to oblige.
As he’s done so often before, John Boehner cut a deal with the Democrats on the budget that delighted the Obama administration but pretty much left conservatives out in the cold.
Man, talk about rewriting history! This is a classic example of the old adage about telling a lie. Make it big enough and repeat it often enough, and pretty soon most people will accept it as the truth.
Finally, after months of hype and hyperbole, posturing and politicking, and charges and countercharges, the big day has finally arrived.
Hamas, the extremist Palestinian organization, calls for a “day of rage” against Israel. Some of its followers respond by attacking Israelis with knives. And the U.S. responds by accusing both sides of “terrorism.” How crazy is that?
Well, the first Democratic presidential debate is now history. If you didn’t watch the entire two-hour-plus yawn fest, don’t feel badly; you didn’t miss much.
The left hates anyone who rejects their philosophy of dependence on the government. But it saves its worst vitriol for a black American who rejects their paternalistic solutions. Remember how vicious the attacks were on Clarence Thomas, when that “uppity” black was nominated for a position on the Supreme Court?
The leading candidate for speaker went on national TV last week and tried to take credit for Hillary Clinton’s falling poll numbers. The Clinton campaign seized on his comments for its first national television commercial.
Why would the U.S. want to deport Christian refugees from the Middle East who managed to make it to this country? That is what is happening to a group of 20 people who fled the Islamic State in Iraq and made it to the United States.
Instead of always seeking a compromise that’s acceptable to Democrats, it’s high time for the Republicans to use their majorities in both the House and the Senate to pass bills that deliver on the promises they made to us.
To say that a lot of conservative lawmakers have been disenchanted with John Boehner’s leadership in the House would be an understatement.
Good for Ben Carson! He’s not backing down an inch over his comments about not wanting to see a Muslim as president of this country — unless that person were willing to put the U.S. Constitution above Islam’s Sharia law.
The Republicans have won solid majorities in both the House and the Senate. This means they should be able to pass any legislation they want, right? Wrong.
Just how unpopular is the Obama administration’s deal with Iran? Very. A Pew Research poll released last week found that twice as many Americans disapproved of it as approved.
The Syrian refugee crisis is absolutely horrific. And the blame can be laid squarely at the feet of President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
By the standard that a federal judge in Kentucky has used to imprison Kim Davis for almost a week, President Barack Obama should now be behind bars. He has been just as guilty of willfully refusing to obey the law.