Written by Matthew Vadum
At long last the Department of State is investigating why a top Hillary Clinton aide with generational ties to Islamic terrorism was allowed to work in a sensitive government position while simultaneously working for a Clinton-connected private sector consulting firm.
Written by Cliff Kincaid
With media coverage slanted in favor of gay marriage by a five-to-one ratio, it’s unlikely that the legal documents being filed before the Supreme Court in favor of a traditional one man and one woman marriage will ever be covered in an objective fashion.
Written by Chuck Baldwin
On Tuesday of this week, Rand Paul made it official that he is a candidate for the office of President of the United States. As I did with Ted Cruz a few weeks ago when he announced his candidacy for President, I want to give readers a preliminary assessment of Senator Paul’s pros and cons. Be ...
Written by Bryan Fischer
“The judges (are to) decide between them, acquitting the innocent and condemning the guilty.” ~ Deuteronomy 25:1
There is much to like about Rand Paul. As president, he would fight a principled and determined fight against overreaching federal government regulation, burdensome taxation, ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Suppose that you are a Soviet agent in 1955. Your cover is that of an insurance salesman.
Of your two "jobs", the Soviet agent part is more important, but you need to be a good insurance salesman to maintain your cover.
Being a good insurance salesman doesn't clash with being a good Communist, ...
Written by Frank Salvato
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism has issued a 12,866 word report that literally shreds Rolling Stonemagazine, convicting the publication and its employees of gross negligence and ethical malfeasance in the publishing of a story that falsely accused the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity ...
Written by Michael Snyder
In recent weeks, there has been a lot of concern that an upcoming eight week military exercise on U.S. soil known as “Jade Helm” is actually a dress rehearsal for the imposition of martial law in this country. One of the reasons for the high level of concern is that we have seen a ...
Written by Walid Shoebat
Friday’s eclipse of the Sun will be very partial in Israel, with no more than 7 percent of the sun blacked out by the moon, according to local astronomical experts.
But that doesn’t mean that Jews around the world, including in Israel, aren’t taking it seriously.
Bob O’Dell, co-founder of ecumenical ...
Written by Cliff Kincaid
Robert R. Reilly, author of the highly controversial (and suppressed) book, Making Gay Okay, says the capitulation of the Republicans to the homosexual lobby seemed to begin under President George W. Bush, when General Peter Pace was hung out to dry for expressing his view that homosexuality is ...