Written by Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
The Gang of Eight’s Amnesty Bill (S. 744) is slated for a vote on June 10th. If there was ever a time to call your Senators and anyone of influence you know to oppose this bill, it’s now. In my state of Idaho, Senators Risch and Crapo take note. The voters are watching you and you better vote ...
Written by Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.)
By Col. Tom Snodgrass (Ret.), Right Side News
President Barack Obama is abysmally ignorant of what every first year ROTC student knows, that is, war only ends when the enemy no longer has the motivation and/or capability to continue the war. The president’s ignorance was embarrassingly on ...
Written by Fjordman
On 22 May, 2013 two African militant Muslims armed with knives and Koranic quotations beheaded a British soldier in broad daylight in the streets of London, England, near the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich. The murderers then praised Allah and stated that the British would never be safe in ...
Written by Matt Barber
“What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul?” (Mark 8:36)
It’s a sad day for both Scouting and for freedom. Indeed, it’s a sad day for America. The century-old Boy Scouts of America (BSA) – created in 1910 to “prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices ...
Written by Roger Aronoff
The Obama Administration is obsessed with leaks. Not the information it carefully leaks on its own, but the leaked stories which prove inconvenient for the Administration’s carefully crafted narratives. This serves as an extension of the White House’s emphatic desire to control all media accounts ...
Written by Andrew C. McCarthy
It would address the symptoms, not the underlying cancer.
It is the Washington way. Egregious misconduct surfaces, showcasing the militantly officious nature of bloated big-government bureaucracy. But the Beltway and the commentariat cry in unison for a special counsel, ensuring that the symptoms — ...
Written by Daniel Greenfield
The radical-moderate continuum that has defined the dialogue on Islam in the War on Terror is not an authentic perspective, it is an observer perspective.
Written by Mark Thorton
The new adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is a good movie, but it is no indictment against capitalism, as some may contend. It is rather an implicit condemnation of government prohibition.
When I read the book in high school I did not like it. I found it hard to read, not because ...
Written by Eliana Benador
Daniel Pipes once again delivered yesterday one of his masterful articles in his laudable search for a solution in the conflict initiated by Muslims and their belief, Islam.
It is worrisome that a scholar as revered and respected as Pipes is worldwide, seems to find “the only solution” in giving a ...