Category: National

Members of the South Central Farm attending the immigrant rights march for amnesty in downtown Los Angeles California on May Day, 2006. The banner, in Spanish, reads "No human being is illegal". (Photo credit: Jonathan McIntosh)

Executive Amnesty Blocked–For Now

In a 4 to 4 tie, the Supreme Court has upheld lower court rulings that enjoin the Obama administration from moving forward with executive amnesty for 4.5 million illegal immigrants with U.S.-born children.

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A Biblical Account of Weapons and Self Defense

A Biblical Account of Weapons and Self Defense

While pondering the subject making more headlines than the Cav’s winning the NBA finals – firearms and government gun restrictions – I have noticed many anti-American sentiments around the topic of innocent Americans protecting themselves. None of these sentiments are logical; none of them are ethical; and certainly none of them have prevented weapons from taking the life of the innocent they a

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Rep. Paul Ryan (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Disappointment in Paul Ryan Provides Clue to America’s Current Mess

Wilfred McClay of the University of Oklahoma best summarized the root cause of conservatives’ unpleasant choice for president this fall: “when a political culture forbids respectable politicians from raising essential topics, the electorate will soon turn to ‘unrespectable’ ones” like Donald Trump.

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Murder Fills the Headlines

Murder Fills the Headlines

The headline screams: “Police: 13 dead, 43 wounded in Chicago weekend shootings,” yet no one nationally hears them. The Chicago media reads like a Walter Cronkite report from Vietnam, laden with body and casualty counts for a war that no one understands. That is the state of violence in the second city, President Obama’s hometown, run by his former Chief of Staff, Rahm Emanuel.

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Donald Trump (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Why This Republican Can’t Support Donald Trump

If you really want to know why I–a Christian, conservative, Tea Party, anti-establishment, grassroots Republican–can’t support Donald Trump, allow me to explain. I will divide the many reasons I can’t support Donald Trump into four major areas.

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Pro-Family Group Backs NC Gov McCrory Against Obama Bullying

Pro-Family Group Backs NC Gov McCrory Against Obama Bullying

Family Heritage Alliance Action applauds North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory for standing against the bullying from the Obama Department of Justice and its bathroom agenda. Family Heritage Alliance Action sincerely believes that unlike NC Governor McCrory, Governor Daugaard missed an opportunity to get out in front of this issue and help accommodate both sides in a peaceful and respectful manner.

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Orlando: Life, and Death, With No Moral Foundations

Orlando: Life, and Death, With No Moral Foundations

Did the Founding Fathers establish the rights and freedoms given by God, expressed by the Declaration of Independence and guaranteed by the Constitution based on what we do sexually? Of course not; those rights and freedoms are based on our status as American citizens.

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America Needs More Entrepreneurs, Not More Bureaucrats

The business that ride-hailing firms like Uber, and its smaller rival Lyft, challenge is a highly regulated business — the taxi business — that is tightly controlled by the cities in which they operate. These are government-controlled monopolies designed to limit competition.

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Orlando, Where Muslims Become What They Worship

Orlando, Where Muslims Become What They Worship

It is hard to know what to believe about the events in Orlando, Florida last Sunday. The message the media and government want you to believe that gun toting homosexual haters are out to kill sodomites and therefore we must take guns away from all Americans.

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Air Force Veteran Assaulted at Retirement Ceremony

Air Force Veteran Assaulted at Retirement Ceremony

Master Sergeant Roberson invited retired Senior Master Sgt. Oscar Rodriguez, a 33-year veteran, to deliver his moving version of the flag-folding speech at his retirement. But squadron commander Lt Col Michael Sovitsky tried to block Rodriguez from participating and had four uniformed airmen surrounded Rodriguez and drag him from the building.

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