Written by Luke Hamilton
Much has been written about the demise of the Motor City, expounding on the inevitable result of progressive liberalism gone wild and the potential ramifications to our communities if we allow the same forces to remain in power. Pictures and stories of the once-great American metropolis, brought to ...
Written by Phrantceena Halres
With fully 12 million violent crimes committed per year, the United States holds the dubious distinction of being the most dangerous country in the developed world. An estimated 1 out of 5 Americans are victims of crime, which occur in our homes, ...
Written by Marshall Frank
Most people don’t know how Al Sharpton rose to prominence in America. Notice, the omission of the term “Reverend.” So here’s an update.
Written by J. D. Longstreet
Preparing for Obama's Carbon Tax
"Shifts in climate are strongly linked to increases in violence around the world, a study suggests.
US scientists found that even small changes in temperature or rainfall correlated with a rise in assaults, rapes and murders, as well as group conflicts and war.
Written by Phyllis Schlafly
Redefining the First Amendment is a core aim of Barack Obama’s plan to “fundamentally transform the United States.” He is steadily changing the First Amendment’s words, “free exercise” of religion, to the much more restricted notion of freedom of worship.
Written by Daniel Greenfield
It's hard to remember sometimes that the latest Bloombergian crusade to ban all the sodas, steal all the salt or wall off half the streets to automobile traffic had its roots in another New York City where Times Square was a seedy flickering danger zone, entire neighborhoods were always on the ...
Written by Bryan Fischer
Homosexuals in the military have been put on notice that the Commander-in-Chief is going to start cracking down on homosexual rape.
Most ordinary Americans have no idea how serious the problem of male-on-male sexual assault is in the military, a problem which has been accelerated by the repeal of ...
Written by Christian Adams
Power is never vested in just one man. Even the powers of the man in the Oval Office depend on internal checks and balances. A president alone cannot violate the law. His cabinet has to aid him in that task. The man who stands at Obama’s side, the man who aids and abets his lawbreaking more than ...
Written by Alan Caruba
I have to confess I have enjoyed the brief head-banging between Kentucky Senator Rand Paul and Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey. I am New Jersey born-and-bred, having lived here with time out for college and the U.S. Army. I have traveled to most of the other states, but I was always happy to ...