Nice to see some follow through
Pro-lifers are glad to see that just after President Trump has taken the oath of office, Congress is geared up to implement some of his campaign promises.
Continuing to expand its platform for Leftist causes, ESPN has offered feminist activists participating the Women’s March in the nation’s capital the use of its social media sites to further the anti-President Donald Trump propaganda, as the movement sends strong messages advocating abortion, LGBT rights, illegal immigration and other progressive ideals.
Black leaders are condemning former civil rights leader Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) for saying the 45th President of the United States Donald Trump is not a “legitimate president” in his eyes.
After President-elect Donald Trump is inaugurated as the 45th president of the United States on Friday, conservatives in Israel are counting on the new commander-in-chief to bring about a “one-state-solution” in their conflict with the Palestinians.
With actors continued bashing of President-elect Donald Trump ever since he defeated his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in November’s presidential election, actor and economist Ben Stein blasted most of Hollywood as being a “bunch of thuggish bullies” who try to silence those with opposing political views.
Protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline continue, but you'd never know about the cost for policing those protests after watching some news coverage.
A longtime "cultural warrior" in Christian radio and conservative activism will be honored with a prestigious award in a few weeks by the National Religious Broadcasters.
The Parents Television Council is warning families about the questionable content in upcoming TV shows, including well-known children's programs.
In the wake of a video-gone-viral showing four young black adults torturing a white mentally challenged 18-year-old Trump supporter, many American leaders on both side of the race line have condemned the act, with one author warning that the act and other racial animosity against whites could lead to a race war – one in which President Barack Obama is partially to blame.
News stories each weekday from reporters you can trust without the liberal bias found in much of "mainstream" media.