Todd Starnes, As the first rays of morning light wash over the Eastern seaboard, a flag is unfurled with broad stripes and bright stars. A soldier stands guard over sleeping heroes – known only to their Maker. A resting place for the Common Man. A farmer in the heartland gathers his crop as golden wheat
Dennis Avery, President Obama didn’t just leave his military assets sitting in the garage—he set them to playing useless global warming games. Recently I reviewed the U.S. Navy’s planning documents from 2008–2015. It’s no fault of the Navy’s, but they were directed to accept the IPCC’s overheated claims of parboiled disaster as ultimate truth. Thus,
North Korea confirmed on Wednesday it is holding an accounting professor, bringing to three the number of Americans held in its prisons as international tensions escalate. It was widely known that Kim Sang Dok, who also goes by the name Tony Kim, was nabbed at Pyongyang International Airport on April 22, but state-controlled media confirmed the
Jack Kerwick, It’s Easter, a time when Christians the world over commemorate the Passion, Death, and Resurrection of their Lord and Savior. However, it isn’t just Christians, but anyone and everyone who regularly reaps the incalculable benefits of Western civilization that should be grateful for the fact that Jesus of Nazareth walked among us. In
Jack Kerwick, The punishment for a Christian repeating the standard Islamic viewpoint on Jesus. Each new day brings new stories from around the country of life on college campuses. It seems that an increasing number of these stories are cause for lamentation. Consider the recent case at Rollins College, a private, four-year institution in Florida.
Colin McNickle, ‘Twas once written that “public policy is a very unruly horse, and when once you get astride it you never know where it will carry you.” Or throw you. If Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto continues to hew to his newly stated public policy regarding the operation and conduct of private business in the
Mike Fuljenz, Last week, I was invited to attend the 2017 Texas Energy Museum “Blowout,” where Laura Ingraham was the featured speaker. She told us that she is considering a run for the U.S. Senate from the state of Virginia next year, running against Democrat Tim Kaine, who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016.
Robert Knight, It’s been a long while since I perused TIME, either online or in print. Years ago, the weekly ceased being an interesting news magazine and evolved into a caricature of fashionable left-wing thought. It is no longer required reading. However, TIME managed to work its way back into national consciousness this week with
Pam Key, Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation,” Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said if the Republicans and President Donald Trump repeal and replace Obamacare and premiums continue to rise “people will be ready to tar and feather us in the streets.” Cruz said,”My biggest concern with the House bill is it doesn’t lower premiums.” He added,
Alireza Jafarzadeh, Over the past decade, a significant portion of Iran’s economic institutions have been handed off to the office of the Supreme Leader under the guise of “privatization.” The driving force behind this stunning power grab is the expanding sphere of influence of Khamenei’s office and the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) over Iran’s
Clifford Cunningham | Infowars, Globalists claim populist politicians seek to create an “axis of fear” The world is facing a “post-truth, post-West, post-order” era fueled by the rise of populist and “illiberal forces” according to a report from the Munich Security Conference. “The world is facing an illiberal moment. Across the West and beyond, illiberal
Steve Moore, The Dow hit 20,000 on January 25. What has been called “the Trump Bounce” should now be redefined as “the Trump Moon Bounce.” Stocks are up by more than 2,000 points since the Trump election — a 10 percent gain in mere weeks. Not bad. Taking into account the gains in other indexes,