Written by Bethany Blankley
God is back in the news with marriage and religious freedom debates and the 2016 presidential election underway.
The Wall Street Journal first reported in January of a key adviser's recommendation that Jeb Bush, a possible 2016 Republican presidential nominee, discuss his faith to better identify ...
Written by The Last Refuge
Considering the jihadist attack in Garland Texas, it will not take long for the professional left to begin espousing the familiar tome: “free speech, but“….
There is no “but” in any sentence about “free speech”. It is, it exists, -or-, it is not, it does not exist. It is that ...
Written by Ann Corcoran
Baltimore: Thousands of impoverished refugees poured into city in last ten years; fuel for the fire?
Is Baltimore a failed social experiment in the government’s (and big business’s) push for more diversity in your towns and cities?
Can we call it a first spectacular failure for Obama’s Task Force on ...
Written by Rachel Ehrenfeld
Rachel Ehrenfeld | ACDemocracy
Until on November 20, 2008, then Senator Hillary Clinton ardently opposed direct talks with the terrorist Republic of Iran, favored increased sanctions and stated that any attempt of direct talks with Iran, is “irresponsible and frankly naïve.” However, to become ...
Written by Dan Cadman
Dan Cadman | Center for Immigration Studies
Over the course of months, I've been blogging about for candidates to the naturalization "hall of shame", consisting of individuals who should never have been granted American citizenship and make it abundantly, painfully, and embarrassingly clear that is ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
Immigration has become the third rail of American politics.
At a time when the labor force participation rate has fallen to 62 percent and the employment growth for the last 15 years has gone to immigrants, opposing ...
Written by Eagle Forum
Ann Corcoran is an American scholar who has made it her business to track the admission of refugees into our country.
She runs a website called Refugee Resettlement Watch. She doesn’t criticize our policy of admitting genuine refugees from persecution, but she does criticize our government’s high ...
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.