Todd Starnes, For as far back as anyone can remember, there’s always been a cross atop the Christmas tree on the square in Knightstown, Indiana. But that could change if the Grinches at the American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana have their way. The ACLU filed a federal lawsuit against the town on behalf of
Ask President-elect Donald Trump to take a stand against the establishment’s desperate move to label independent media as ‘fake news’. This is a red level emergency. Infowars, Breitbart, the Drudge Report and other independent sources are destroying the mainstream media narrative like never before, and the establishment is getting desperate. In an effort to try
Cliff May, While Russia’s foreign policy was frequently discussed during this election year, Russian policy at home merits similar scrutiny by the American people and the incoming administration. President Putin signed a package of laws in July that includes the most repressive legislation since the Soviet era against the right of freedom of religion or
Vice President-elect Mike Pence spoke publicly Sunday for the first time about the mixed reception he received while attending a performance of the musical “Hamilton,” saying he doesn’t want an apology from the Broadway cast and that the audience’s boos and cheers “is what freedom sounds like.” Pence, a Republican, attended the show Friday night.
Todd Starnes, One of my favorite projects here at the Fox News Corner of the World is my annual Fox Radio Christmas show. It’s a two-hour extravaganza filmed in Memphis — featuring special guest performers, celebrities, a full orchestra and the Bellevue Baptist Church Singing Christmas Tree. It’s sort of like a mash up of
The Globe and Mail, Justice comes out in a black silk robe with crimson sash and white tie, poppy on his lapel, wearing scarlet-coloured baseball cap. An Ontario Court judge wore a “Make America Great Again” hat in his courtroom the day after the U.S. election to mark president-elect Donald Trump’s “historic” victory, according to
If you voted for Donald Trump, you may not feel welcomed at Grubhub. The CEO of Grubhub, an online food delivery service, sent a company wide email Wednesday suggesting employees who agree with President-elect Donald Trump’s behaviors and his campaign rhetoric should resign. “If you do not agree with this statement then please reply to
Jason F. Wright, According to my Facebook feed, if you’re voting for Hillary Clinton you hate America, women, soldiers and puppies. If you’re voting for Trump, you must detest Mother Nature, early voting, and soccer moms. It’s even worse if you’re voting for Jill Stein, Gary Johnson or Evan McMullin. Supporting those “plants” makes you a