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Before the turkey gets carved, it’s worth taking a moment to remember the accomplishments of a group commonly vilified in today's multicultural craze.
Severe restrictions on religious freedom often have as much to do with seeking to shut down any sphere of life that is outside the government’s control.
Within the strict confines of law, drones currently reside in a very gray area, due to the relatively short time they have been utilized.
Rudy refreshingly showed some backbone. More of this, please!
Ironically, President Obama’s biggest accomplishment against Islamic State may be to cause his successor to inherit a war.
It's no longer merely a problem.
Wow. That's some executive order in illegal immigration amnesty. Except there isn’t one.
“You know, this is a country that allows everybody to express their views.”
ObamaCare is perhaps the single greatest expansion of funding for elective abortion coverage.
How do Muslims justify banning prayer on Judaism's first holiest site?
Distortion of the data is not limited to the Enviromental Protection Agency.
Those who view this sweeping assertion of presidential authority by Obama through the prism of politics are missing the point. This is not merely a political outrage -- it is a historic offense against the Constitution and public liberty.
President Obama is no conservative, and so we must try to understand his actions by peering into the mind of the “other.”
Republicans must change their strategy and do what they have so far failed to do: win the war of words and propose alternative programs instead of merely opposing Democratic proposals.
Yes, the majority are not terrorists. They are worse! Passive aggressors might be a better description for most of the silent Muslim majority.
Unhappily, as a result of the mediocre quality of science education, many people do not know how to evaluate either a scientific hypothesis in general, or AGW in particular.
Marquette prvides the latest example of academic fascism.
The legacy of a president is not measured solely by how well he governed, but by how well he nurtured those who would govern after him.
Why has the media finally decided to focus so intensely on the alleged abuse of these women -- incidents that would have occurred over an extended period of time -- at this particular moment?