Last week was a bad week for the Democratic front-runner. Polls showed Hillary Clinton trailing possible Republican challengers in three key states, surveys revealed voters just don’t trust her and the email scandal deepened.
On Tuesday — five long days after the murder of five service members in Chattanooga, Tennessee — Barack Obama finally agreed that the U.S. flag should be lowered to half-staff to honor them.
Let’s face the world that exists today. We need to arm our troops and let them protect us from enemies, both foreign and domestic. Isn’t that why they enlisted in the first place?
If the radical Muslims who control Iran are happy about the deal, we should be very fearful about it. Time will tell just how bad this agreement is for “peace in the Middle East.” I suspect it will be very bad indeed.
Would Katie Steinle still be alive if San Francisco were not a sanctuary city? We’ll never know the answer to that question. But it is absolutely indisputable that her accused killer was not turned over to ICE agents.
The mainstream media won’t be happy until every Republican running for president has denounced Donald Trump for his remarks about illegal immigration.
While Donald Trump is being pilloried for his comments about illegal immigrants, the more we find out, the more accurate his comments seem to be — no matter how much they are denounced by the politically correct crowd.
When Donald Trump announced he would seek the Republican nomination for president, everyone knew he wouldn’t worry about being politically correct — far from it.
Thanks to another tortured interpretation of the U.S. Constitution by the Supreme Court, we’re going to be stuck with Obamacare for at least the next year and a half.
South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said it’s time to remove the Confederate flag from Statehouse grounds. Haley’s remarks are just part of a growing tide of opposition against the Confederate flag.
Pope Francis’ latest encyclical is receiving heaps of praise because of its passionate advocacy of the need to take strong action in the face of global warming — and its equally strong denunciation of capitalism and free markets.
After teasing that he might run for president during five previous elections, Donald Trump finally said that this time he’s doing it. On Tuesday, he announced that he will run for the Republican nomination. “I am officially running for president of the United States,” he declared. And he promised, “We are going to make our country great again.”
Democrats in the House of Representatives gave conclusive evidence of just how lame a lame-duck president Barack Obama is turning out to be.
President Obama said he is so optimistic that the Supreme Court will rule in his favor in King vs. Burwell that his administration hasn’t even discussed a back-up plan.
Oh, that Hillary Clinton! The presumptive Democratic nominee for president has come up with a couple of schemes to expand dramatically the potential voter base.
It’s being called “the Ferguson effect.” It’s the explosion of violent crimes in major U.S. cities, thanks to the ways police have been demoralized — and criminals have been emboldened — in the aftermath of police shootings.
Yes, it’s frightening how many jihadists want to bring their campaigns of terror to this country. But it’s even more frightening how many citizens are willing, even eager, to surrender some of their essential liberties if the government says it will help protect them.
So you think the race for the Republican nomination for president is already too crowded and confusing? Well, be patient, my friends. It’s going to be a while before this mad scramble is over.
Well, well, well. It appears that Hillary Clinton and her crew have been caught in a couple more blatant falsehoods. Yet there’s been hardly a peep of protest regarding the silence from the Clinton camp.
It’s pretty clear to everyone that Jeb Bush is running for president. So you would think he’d be prepared to answer reporters’ questions — especially ones about his brother’s policies in Iraq.
Recently, the two most powerful Democrats in the world issued some truly frightening statements about how they want to change the United States.
What can conservatives in this country learn from the results in the U.K. elections last week? One is that the pollsters don’t always get it right. Another is to run on a handful of easily understood issues.
Well, this should be easy. Republicans in Congress can put an end to the Export-Import Bank by the simple expedient of doing what they do best: nothing.