Some might say that it is ironic that watchdog groups and media members who say they are trying to combat hate are tolerating it at best and spreading it at worst. It isn’t ironic, it is deliberate.
This past Monday an event took place at the White House that many Americans might think would be an April Fool’s joke if it had been initiated by any typical Republican politician.
Two unusual campus responses took place the day after President Trump signed an executive order that took aim squarely at the checkbooks of colleges and universities that deny free speech to students on campus.
Poor Joe Biden. He is learning what it is like when the master has the monster he has helped to create, turn on him.
During a time of war, American liberals love to focus on the “collateral damage” that may be done to “innocent civilians” as part of U.S. military action taken against hostile targets. While concern for non-combatants can be considered admirable, libe…
While folks debate the idea of “fake news,” there is a problem that is far more commonplace and which is virtually an epidemic within the MSM. It is the deliberate tactic of reporting an actual news story but doing so in such a way that you completely …
As I write this on Thursday morning, I do so on a day that President Donald Trump is loosening up his right hand to sign what will be a first step against the intolerance of free speech on college campuses.
It is convention during this period for Christians to commit to some deliberate act of denial in order to focus on their faith and bring them nearer their God.
The media isn’t interested in wall-to-wall coverage of a politically motivated assault when the victim is a conservative at UC Berkeley.
The failure to get a border wall built lies with Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and the rest of the Republicans who held a majority in both the House and Senate for two years prior to this latest border funding battle.