Is It Ethical to Affirm a Right to Die?
San Diego — Brittany Maynard was soon to die. The question was whether she could do so on her own terms, as a last act of autonomy. Dr. Lynette Cederquist, who regrets that Maynard had to move to Oregon in order ...
Why should a union representing workers who are not employees of McDonald’s be empowered to squeeze concessions out of McDonald’s? Why did Willie Sutton rob banks?
In a party-line decision, the Democrat-dominated National Labor Relations Board has decided ...
The Self-Contradictions of Gore Vidal
Moments after his infamous televised dust-up with Gore Vidal during the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, William F. Buckley Jr. encountered a livid Paul Newman. Newman told Buckley that his calling Vidal a “queer” on national television was the most ...
Washington’s World War I Memorial: The Judges Got It Wrong
Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue — specifically, the portion extending from the Capitol to the presidential enclave that includes the White House and the main Treasury Department building — is the nation’s most prestigious thoroughfare. It should be a great ceremonial street, ...
Obama Trades Real Security for Spin to Secure His Legacy
The anniversary of the U.S. war against the Islamic State passed with little notice. It was August 7 of last year that President Obama authorized the first airstrikes against ISIS in Iraq, a campaign he expanded a month later to ...
Obama Admits Iran Could 'Break Out' Toward Nuke at End of Deal
President Obama allowed today that Iran could decide “to break out” toward a nuclear weapon at the end of the 15-year deal his team negotiated. The remarks are a stark rhetorical shift from Obama’s previous statements that the accord ...
The ‘Racist Comments’ Flanagan Killed Parker over Included the Words ‘Swinging’ and ‘Field’
It turns out that the so-called racist comments that Vester Lee Flanagan claimed to have murdered Alison Parker over were just everyday phrases such as saying she was “swinging by” someplace or going out into “the field” to cover a ...
School Reportedly Bans Superhero Lunchboxes Because Superheroes Are Too ‘Violent’
A little girl named Laura was reportedly sent home from school with a note informing her parents that she could no longer bring her lunchbox to school because it had a picture of Wonder Woman on it and was therefore ...
Lily Tomlin plays a politically correct construct named Elle Reid in Grandma — she’s an academic, a poet, and a lesbian assisting her granddaughter (Julia Garner), who is “in trouble” as they used to say about unwed pregnancies. Elle asks, “...
Farm Lobby: Our Workers Don’t Deserve Higher Wages
Imagine being told that real (inflation-adjusted) wages for field and crop workers have grown at an annual rate of 0.6 percent over the past twelve years. You may consider this good news, since most other workers have seen minimal raises over ...
Micro-mismanaging Your Daily Life ─ Tales from Big Government on Steroids
‘Everything, all the time.” That’s how the Eagles once described life in the fast lane. Those words now epitomize Big Government in the Obama era.
Obama maintains a southern “border” that deserves those sneer quotes. He let cyber attackers ...
The Next Front in the War on Religious Freedom
Stop bellyaching about Washington. All the country’s best fascists are on your local city council.
Not long ago, Colorado became a leader in the fight against religious freedom when its Civil Rights Commission, self-appointed ministers of justice and theology, ...
The GOP Field that Failed
The rise of Donald Trump is, in part, a function of a vacuum.
He is thriving in a Republican field that is large, talented, and, so far, underwhelming. To paraphrase Bruce Springsteen, there’s 17 candidates and nothing on. Except Donald ...
Denver Corruptocrats’ Chick-fil-A Smokescreen
Holier-than-thou liberals on the Denver City Council are waging war on Chick-fil-A in the name of tolerance and diversity. Now, let me tell you what the squawking is really all about: It’s a distraction, a feint, a mile-high smokescreen.
Denying Clinton Jitters, DNC Delegates Give Biden the Cold Shoulder
Minneapolis, Minn.—To the increasing reports of Democratic leaders panicking over Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal and considering alternative presidential candidates, delegates at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting on Thursday had just one response: Remain calm! All is ...
Ezra Klein Is Wrong: Gun Control Doesn't Reduce Suicide Rates
Intent on never letting a good crisis go to waste, liberal pundits such as Vox’s Ezra Klein couldn’t seem to wait for the blood to dry after Wednesday morning’s horrific murder of two journalists in Virginia before ...
An Open Rant Aimed at Those Who Would Repeal the Second Amendment
A few hours after yesterday’s shooting hit the news, the comedian Rob Delaney penned this tweet:
The @NRA & the politicians they own must not know this T. Jefferson quote. The 2nd Amendment is a FUCKING BOY’S COAT. pic....
Biden Heading to Florida amid Presidential Speculation
Vice President Joe Biden will visit Florida to talk about “helping more Americans go to college,” just days after acknowledging that he may challenge Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Biden is going to Miami Dade College next Wednesday. “...
Hillary Clinton’s State Department IG Was More Lapdog than Watchdog
Hillary Clinton’s use of a private, unsecured server to store classified information while she was secretary of state now dominates the news cycle — making it easy to forget that her transgression very nearly went undiscovered. Without the House Select ...
Poll: Voters Call Hillary 'Liar,' 'Dishonest,' 'Untrustworthy'
Voters have a dimmer view of Hillary Clinton’s integrity than ever before, according to a new survey that shows “‘liar’ is the first word that comes to mind” when people hear her name.
The new national poll, conducted by ...
Walter Annenberg, son of a very successful gangster and newspaper distributor who made his bones back in the day when those two occupations were synonymous, inherited the Daily Racing Form and the Philadelphia Inquirer when his father went away on ...
Buckley, Vidal, and the Long, Hot Summer of ’68
If you were an alert reader of the November 6, 2000 issue of National Review, the conservative journal founded by William F. Buckley Jr., you might have turned the final page, refreshed from another serving of cogent thought and elegant prose, to ...
Jeb and Rubio Battle for Vital Mormon Support in Nevada
The race for the Mormon vote is on.
In 2008 and 2012, Mitt Romney’s unprecedented mobilization of LDS voters helped propel him to an important early victory in Nevada’s caucuses. This time around, no one candidate is likely to dominate ...
The Tired and Opportunistic Gun-Control Agenda
Virginia witnessed a thoroughly modern murder. A middle-aged man, described ubiquitously as “disgruntled,” shot dead two of his former colleagues while they were broadcasting a live segment for a local television news station. Subsequently, he posted a first-person video of ...
Jorge Ramos Has a Long History of Activist ‘Reporting’
After Donald Trump booted Univision’s Jorge Ramos from his Iowa press conference Tuesday night for interrupting and repeatedly shouting out questions without being called on, Ramos took to Twitter to explain himself.
I’m a reporter. My job is ...
State Department Mum about Capture of Iran-Backed Terrorist
The Saudi Arabian terrorist suspected of leading a deadly, Iranian-financed attack on a U.S. base has reportedly been captured.
State Department officials refused to comment on the reported arrest of Ahmed al-Mughassil, a leader of the Saudi chapter of ...
Opposition to Times Square Toplessness Is a Sign of Cultural Health
Why exactly are some New Yorkers so exercised over the fact that a small group of women are choosing to go topless in Times Square? Catherine Rampell of the Washington Post finds objections to the presence of these self-described entertainers ...
For Women’s Health Care, Here’s the Better Alternative to Planned Parenthood
With the release of yet another shocking Planned Parenthood video, defenders of the organization continue to argue that defunding Planned Parenthood would, as Hillary Clinton put it, “deny women . . . the health care they need and deserve.” This claim is false. ...
The Stock Market and the Limits of Class Warfare
Hooray! The stock market crashed! Oh, wait — you’re not happy about that? But inequality in America has decreased. Those evil capitalists, Wall Street traders, and Chamber of Commerce types lost billions. This was a dream scenario for the Left ...
Why a Big-Ship Navy Can’t Win the Wars of the Future
China’s increasingly aggressive declarations of territorial claims in the South China Sea and the Senkaku Islands, combined with its building up of armed artificial islands as bases from which to exert military power, are shining a spotlight on the ...
Obama’s Arms-Control Delusion
Advocates of the Obama administration’s nuclear deal with Iran argue that, despite the duplicity of the Iranian regime, the deal will work because arms control worked to contain the nuclear threat from the “evil empire” that was the Soviet ...
To Liberals, Changing the Constitution Is Only Outrageous When a Republican Does It
When is it outrageous to amend the Constitution?
Donald Trump, the front-runner in the race for the Republican nomination, wants to overturn the constitutional guarantee of birthright citizenship. Whether out of panic or sincerity, a number of other Republican candidates ...
A Black Woman Condemns 'Black Lives Matter' in Viral Video
A black grandmother with a smartphone and a Facebook account has become a viral sensation, in a series of videos critiquing the Black Lives Matter movement and its approach to the entrenched problems facing black communities.
Last weekend, Peggy Hubbard ...
Donald Trump Sounds Like a Drug-Addled Rock Star
Before his bombastic concert-in-the-park performance in Mobile, Donald Trump had come across chiefly as an amusing amateur whose total lack of basic political knowledge and essential reasoning ability had rendered him unwilling to do interviews that he could not phone ...
The Real Sex Problem at Saint Paul’s
The most prominent ongoing rape trial in America — heavily covered in the Northeast and in national media — centers on Saint Paul’s, an “elite” boarding school in New Hampshire (and Secretary of State John Kerry’s alma mater). The allegations ...
Manliness: An Unsung Trait of the Train Heroes
When a heavily armed man emerged from the bathroom of a European train and began what was clearly intended as a massacre of innocent, unsuspecting civilians, six men ranging in age from 22 to 62 sprang into action. A banker and a ...
Dem Poll: Sanders Leads Hillary in New Hampshire
Vermont senator Bernie Sanders is beating Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, according to a survey of the presidential primary conducted by a Democratic-leaning firm.
Sanders leads Clinton 42 to 35 among New Hampshire Democrats. “We still find Hillary Clinton well ahead everywhere ...
Obama’s Power Plan versus Economic Reality
This month, the Environmental Protection Agency released its new guidelines for the states to follow in reducing emissions from the power plants that provide reliable electricity for our homes, schools, offices, and hospitals. These regulations will do little to improve ...
There Is (Still) No Alternative
Nicolás Maduro is the heir to Hugo Chávez, who was after Fidel Castro the tin-pot dictator most beloved of Democrats in Hollywood and Washington alike, and his government is in the full, mature stage of socialism, which means ...
Homicides Spike, Complicating the Republicans’ Push for Criminal-Justice Reform
Candidates for the traditionally law-and-order GOP shifted their tone this year, emphasizing the need to focus on drug treatment and rehabilitation, reduce spending on prisons, and rethink the nation’s approach to crime. For voters wary about government overreach and ...
Hillary's ‘Black Lives Matter’ Meeting Spotlights the Movement’s Weaknesses
Reporters and voters have so far gotten few glimpses of Hillary Clinton speaking candidly. One of the few examples available is in the videotape and transcript of her meeting with Black Lives Matter protesters in New Hampshire last week.
China's Economy: Not All It Seems
A funny thing happened on the way to China’s inevitable global dominance — the country’s economic tumult rocked markets around the world.
#ad#China long ago replaced Japan as the Asian bogeyman whose superior economic model is going to ...
Donald Trump's Eight Best Lines Ever
Donald Trump is the king of the superlative. To The Donald, things are always the best, the worst, the greatest of all time. Love him or hate him, we know Donald Trump’s opinion on many topics. Even if those ...
Meet the New Public Face of Abortion-on-Demand: Satanists
One story is interesting, two stories even more so. But six stories are a trend, in this case a particularly appropriate one: Satanists are become a leading public voice for abortion rights. In their mockery of Christianity they reveal the ...
Trust Our Officials, or Ourselves? Consider Who Thwarted the Attack on the French Train
On Friday last, an Islamist attack on a French high-speed passenger train yielded a rather predictable response: Sensing danger, a trio of American men immediately fought back, one among them sustaining considerable injuries in the process; inspired by their example, ...
When Courage Is Needed, American Men Can Still Rise to the Occasion
In the post-9/11 world, these are the questions that men ask themselves all the time: “What would I do if I saw the worst happen? Would I be able to act? Would I have the courage?” For years after 9/11 we ...
Work in BigTech for Hire: Americans Need Not Apply
American technology workers won a big victory in the federal courts this month. The D.C. District Court ruled that a STEM-related visa program created by the Department of Homeland Security was potentially damaging to the domestic labor market and ...
We Can Apply the 14th Amendment While Also Reforming Birthright Citizenship
Birthright citizenship has exploded into the national discourse. The issue is generating a lot of heat on the Republican side of the aisle in particular, because it threatens to expose the long-standing rift between the party’s base and its ...
Federal Meddling in School Discipline
In January 2014, the Obama administration’s Departments of Justice and Education, acting together, sent every school district in the country a letter warning local officials to avoid racial bias when suspending or expelling students. The letter said that African Americans ...
Obama’s Iran Nuclear Deal: Trust, but Don’t Verify
As with Obamacare, Congress will have to pass the ObamaNuke deal to find out what’s in it. Literally.
When many in Congress apparently failed to read the 2,409-page Obamacare legislation, it was mainly their fault. Although Harry Reid and ...
Biden Buzz Fizzles at DNC Summer Meeting
Minneapolis — Democratic National Committee (DNC) member Pete Gertonson had just stepped off a plane from Idaho when he got the call. On the other end of the line was a representative of the Draft Biden super PAC, urging him to ...
Beyond Burgers: The NLRB’s Decision Is Comprehensively Awful
The National Labor Relations Board recently decided that businesses that “indirectly” control employees’ working conditions also legally employ them. Most media coverage has focused on how this decision affects franchises, but the ruling goes far beyond them. If it stands, ...
Ben Carson, the GOP’s Long Shot
Editor’s Note: The following article is adapted from one that ran in the July 20, 2015, issue of National Review.
Corning, Iowa — There are 40 chairs set out in the foyer of the Corning Opera House. For the record, Corning, Iowa, does ...
En Route to the First Moon Landing — Gemini 5, Fifty Years Ago
Gemini is the forgotten leg of the space race. Mercury got us started; Apollo put us on the moon; Gemini was sandwiched between.
If Mercury was D-Day and Apollo was VE-Day, Gemini was Patton and the Third Army cutting through ...
O'Malley: DNC Has 'Rigged' Primary Debates in Hillary's Favor
Minneapolis — Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley effectively declared war on the Democratic establishment today, accusing a room full of liberal elites of having “rigged” the 2016 primary debates in favor of Hillary Clinton, his rival for the party’s presidential ...
Planned Parenthood’s Commissioned Video Review Proves the Authenticity of Its Employees’ Ghoulish Statements
The New York Times was conspicuously silent about the latest Planned Parenthood video, which charges the nation’s foremost abortion provider with the murder of a born-alive infant. But the Gray Lady is all over the Planned Parenthood-commissioned study that ...
Hillary Clinton Dodges Questions about Bill's Paid Speeches, Abedin's Conflicts of Interest in DNC Presser
Minneapolis — Hillary Clinton brushed aside a question about top aide Huma Abedin’s escalating conflict-of-interest scandal on Friday, and told reporters that her husband’s requests to give paid speeches in the authoritarian states of North Korea and the Democratic ...
Defense Secretary Carter: Russia and ISIS Are Greatest Threats to U.S. Security
In an appearance before troops at Camp Pendleton on Thursday, Defense Secretary Ash Carter dubbed Russia and ISIS the two greatest threats to American national security.
Carter mentioned “the ugly phenomenon” that is ISIS in his response to a ...
Some ‘Terrorists’: For Mrs. Clinton, the Beheaders Are the Victims
So infectious is the boobery of the moment that the vector of contagion has penetrated even the high tower walls behind which dwells Hillary Rodham Clinton, into whose weedy enchanted kingdom few are admitted except discreet deliverymen with the usual ...
How Obama Officials Dodge the Freedom of Information Act
During the Watergate era, delaying tactics by government officials were dubbed “stonewalling.” Obama-administration officials seem to have added an element of farce to their cover-ups by literally going to the dogs.
This week, the IRS admitted in court, in response ...
The Virginia Shooter as Grievance Collector
The Right will have two conversations about the Virginia shooter. The first will be a high-minded lament of the presence of evil in modern life, the appalling inability of mental-health facilities to find and treat those who are dangers to ...
Joe Biden and Donald Trump Could Usher in the Impossible
‘One can’t believe impossible things,” Alice objected.
“I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” the Red Queen replied. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed ...
Have Republicans Grown Tired of Supporting the Rule of Law?
Among a very long list of harms inflicted upon the United States by Barack Obama and his party, perhaps the worst was Caesarism. Obama relished the worship of millions in 2008. From his star turn at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, he ...
Ben Carson, Marriage Champion
Dr. Ben Carson, who has come under criticism from social conservatives (including me) for some of his rhetoric on abortion and (in my case) for his lack of rhetoric on gay marriage, has just emerged as a marriage champion, signing ...
What Six Years of ‘Reset’ with Russia Have Wrought
On September 5, 2014, Russian agents crossed into Estonia and kidnapped an Estonian security official. Last week, after a closed trial, Russia sentenced him to 15 years.
#ad#The reaction? The State Department issued a statement. The NATO secretary-general issued a tweet. Neither ...
Experts Criticize Walker's Stand against Chinese Premier's Visit
China experts across the political spectrum are not keen on Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker’s demand that President Obama cancel Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to the White House. They’re calling the proposal, echoed on Wednesday ...
Yes, Gay Black Men Can Be Killers, Too
In the aftermath of Dylann Roof’s racist murders in Charleston, the Internet was deluged with think pieces about whiteness, white privilege, white racism, and the legacy of American racial injustice. While Roof’s individual agency in the murders was ...
Hillary Compares Republicans’ Views on Women to Terrorists’ Views on Women
At a campaign stop in Ohio today, Hillary Clinton actually compared Republicans’ so-called “extreme views about women” to those of terrorists.
“Now, extreme views about women, we expect that from some of the terrorist groups. We expect that ...
Clinton Heckled By Black Lives Matter Protestors
Hillary Clinton was heckled by Black Lives Matter protesters during a speech in Cleveland Thursday morning.
The interruption came as Clinton was talking about gun violence. “I will certainly be happy to meet with you later, but I am going ...
Is Donald Trump a 21st-Century Protectionist Herbert Hoover?
Here’s a historical fact that Donald Trump, and many voters attracted to him, may not know: The last American president who was a trade protectionist was Republican Herbert Hoover. Obviously, Hoover’s economic strategy didn’t turn out so ...
An Establishment Man Confesses His Secret Admiration for Trump
Before I say anything about Trump, I had better make my position clear: I have been a Jeb backer since I opened the black box the Establishment sent me, and the device contained within realigned my brainwaves to the proper ...
When Donald Trump’s presidential bid started attracting serious attention, it was perhaps unsurprising that Ted Cruz was the only other Republican candidate to offer kind words about his new rival. After all, the two tend to draw support from ...
What Does the Modern Malleability of Gender and Race Mean for the Future of Affirmative Action?
In the present postmodern world, we are told that there is no such thing as a biologically distinct gender. Instead, gender is now socially constructed. It can be defined by the individual in almost any way he or she sees ...
What to Make of Trump Fans’ Remarkable Cognitive Dissonance?
Every sulfurous belch from the molten interior of the volcanic Trump phenomenon injures the chances of a Republican presidency. After Donald Trump finishes plastering a snarling face on conservatism, any Republican nominee will face a dauntingly steep climb to reach ...
Jorge Ramos Is an Immigration Activist Posing as a Reporter
Donald Trump might not have paid for that microphone, but he sure as hell owned it.
At a press conference in Iowa on Tuesday, Trump had barely reached the podium before Jorge Ramos, superstar anchor for Spanish-language network Univision, began ...
ESPN Owes Curt Schilling, and America, an Apology
Yesterday, ESPN suspended Curt Schilling for telling the truth. He tweeted — then deleted — the following meme:
hey Curt, deleting it doesn’t make it go away pic.twitter.com/irm5Ll6BaH
— Jordan Heck (@JordanHeckFF) August 25, 2015
ESPN’s response was ...
Joe Biden Is the Anti-Hillary ─ and that Should Worry Republicans
Picture the day Vice President Joe Biden wins the Democratic nomination for president in 2016.
Suddenly, the classified information Hillary Clinton stored on a private, insecure e-mail server is just grist for a juicy FBI investigation — not a defining issue in ...
Carly Rips CNN Debate Criteria, Calls On RNC to Intervene
Carly Fiorina’s presidential campaign is weighing in for the first time on CNN’s criteria for including candidates in the second presidential debate — slamming the network for its reliance on old polls, blasting the “political establishment,” and calling on ...
Iran and ISIS: More in Common than We Think
The admission by the Taliban on July 30 that its leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, had died was widely seen as good news for the Islamic State (ISIS) against its jihadist competitors. But while ISIS’s growing power in Afghanistan over the ...
Among the many memorable sights and sounds (and smells) of Occupy Wall Street was the young man who was very eager to speak to me about derivatives trading, which, he promised me, was positioned to sucker-punch the world economy even ...
How Jeb’s Rivals Hope to Blunt His Massive Cash Advantage
Jeb Bush has a massive financial advantage over his opponents: He has raised double the amount of his closest competitor in the race for campaign cash. But some of his opponents say that they can eat into the advantage afforded ...
FYI: The Term 'Boyfriend Jeans' Is an Example of the Patriarchy
In case you don’t spend your time sitting around thinking of everyday things that could actually be secretly oppressing women, here’s one you might have missed: “boyfriend jeans.”
That’s right. The fact that fashion designers use the ...
Caroline Kennedy Used Personal Email for ‘Sensitive’ Government Business
Ambassador Caroline Kennedy and other officials at the U.S. embassy in Japan used personal e-mail accounts to conduct government business, according to a new report from the State Department inspector general’s office.
“OIG’s Office of Evaluations and ...
With His Health-Care Plan, Scott Walker Shows His Titanium Core
Scott Walker got two things right recently. He got tough, and he got specific.
Walker’s toughness is one of his most valuable traits. In 2011, he withstood wily, obstructionist Democratic state senators who literally decamped Wisconsin for Illinois to prevent ...
Mark Regnerus on What the Ashley Madison Affair Means for Marriage
Mark Regnerus is a sociologist at the University of Texas at Austin and author of Premarital Sex in America, Forbidden Fruit, and other research on dating and relationships. In the wake of the hacking of Ashley Madison, the website that ...
What to Make of Hillary’s Latest Excuses for Her Reckless E-mail Conduct?
Hillary Clinton’s rationalizations for her deliberate circumvention of federal records laws and mishandling of state secrets shift as quickly as they are refuted. Her latest excuses — part of a euphemistically labeled “public education” effort — are as flawed as those ...
The Democrats: Too Old and Too White?
In the jubilation of the Obama election victories of 2008 and 2012, the Left warned Republicans that the party of McCain and Romney was now “too old, too white, too male — and too few.” Columnists between 2008 and 2012 ad nauseam berated Republicans on ...
Public Colleges and Universities Should Stop Penalizing Out-of-State Students
’Tis the season. Millions of starry-eyed teenagers from all over the country are beginning the four-year (hopefully), alcohol-and-ramen-infused odyssey of grasping that the American diploma ain’t that remarkable. On that uplifting note, let’s chat for a couple of ...
Hillary Clinton's Sycophantic Inner Circle
How could Hillary Clinton’s staff let her get away with it?
It’s one of the most perplexing questions surrounding the massive scandal over Clinton’s use of an unsecured, private e-mail server when she served as secretary of ...
Half of American Jews Support the Iran Deal. Why?
The more one knows about the Iran Deal, the more obvious it becomes that it is not a deal so much as it is a fraud. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, the definition of a fraud is “something that is ...
The Threat of a Nuclear Iran Demands the GOP Nominate a Serious, Accomplished Candidate
Despite a nuclear Iran looming on the horizon, the media seem to be putting most of their attention on two candidates for their respective parties’ presidential nominations next year. Moreover, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each make their own party ...
John Oliver Presumes to Separate the Chaff from the Wheat
If John Oliver has a reputation for destroying his opponents, perhaps it’s because he picks such easy targets.
Last Sunday, on his popular HBO show Last Week Tonight, Oliver devoted 20 minutes to the “prosperity gospel,” a greasy theology that ...
Bill De Blasio Makes More Enemies
A lot of people hate Bill de Blasio — such as people who like horse-drawn carriages, people who like Uber, and people who like soda.
And, unfortunately for him, it seems to be getting worse. Just last week, de Blasio added ...
Top Clinton Aides To Testify Before Benghazi Committee Next Week
Two of Hillary Clinton’s top aides will testify next week before the House panel investigating the Benghazi terrorist attacks.
Cheryl Mills and Jake Sullivan will be deposed on September 3 and September 4. Mills was Clinton’s chief of staff at ...
GOP Rep. Pompeo: Iran Deal Could Bring Terrorist Attacks on D.C.
Implementation of President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran could lead to successful terrorist attacks in Washington, D.C., according to a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
An Iranian proxy plotted to assassinate a Saudi Arabian ...
Obama Inches Closer to Winning Iran Deal Fight
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) endorsed President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran on Sunday, an announcement quickly followed today by Senator Debbie Stabenow’s (D., Mich.) own decision to support the deal.
Reid has long been viewed ...
On Immigration, Santorum Adds Substance
Some presidential candidates, such as Donald Trump, are newcomers to the anti-illegal-immigration cause; but Rick Santorum has been there all along, building a demonstrable record against amnesty. So when Santorum released a new proposal for immigration policy on August 20, he ...
How America Should Respond to North Korea’s Recent Threats
This weekend, North Korea significantly increased its forward deployed artillery units and sent around 50 attack submarines out to sea. The submarine movement is especially interesting, because it’s not easy for North Korea to deploy subs; they are poorly maintained ...
When Congress returns to Washington in September, it faces one of its most critical decisions in recent years: whether to reject the Vienna nuclear deal and ostensibly stop President Obama from waiving economic sanctions against Iran. Unfortunately, many staunch opponents ...
Can Russell Moore Unite the Religious Right?
‘How do you use the bully pulpit to teach people about the importance of religious liberty?”
Russell Moore’s words echoed across Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, where 14,000 Evangelicals were gathered for the SEND North America Conference, organized by Southern Baptist ...