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  • August 18, 2018

    Boston University's Fake-O-Nomics socialist darling

    Michelle MalkinInstead of hitting the books, Ocasio-Cortez appears to have spent most of her college days pounding the social justice pavement. 

  • July 17, 2018

    Living in revolutionary times

    Robert KnightUnlike America’s Revolution, which the colonists fought to restore God-given rights usurped by King George III, the French Revolution ushered in the false religion of socialism, grounded in atheism.

  • July 13, 2018

    On Kavanaugh: What now?

    Bryan FischerAs the nomination process for Judge Brett Kavanaugh moves forward, we will be reading the tea leaves along with everyone else. But the reality is that we will have to hold our breath until he weighs in on the first cultural issue – abortion and religious liberty chief among them.

  • July 12, 2018

    Yale elitists warn of deadly consequences if Kavanaugh confirmed

    Michael BrownYale elitists have stood reality on its head. The issue is not that people will die in the future if their fellow alumnus is confirmed to the Supreme Court. The issue is that, as a result of Roe v. Wade, people have died. Tens of millions of them.

  • July 11, 2018

    Abortion and the Constitution

    Star ParkerSenator Susan Collins, and others, tell us that Roe v. Wade is "settled law" and therefore now intrinsically part of American life. To overturn it, they say, would create intolerable disruptions. I reject this bogus idea.

  • July 10, 2018

    Mad and hot, the 'Resistance' is seething

    Robert KnightLooking at the current political and cultural climate in Washington, DC, you might get the idea that the ruling class is in the midst of a conniption. Even the walls of the National Cathedral are vibrating with weirdness – more about that later.

  • July 09, 2018

    The defining moment of Trump's presidency

    Bryan FischerAmy Coney Barrett is the most unambiguously pro-life candidate on Trump's list of potential Supreme Court justices. If he appoints anyone else he will either anger his base or disappoint them, neither of which bodes well for 2020. But if he appoints Barrett, he will lock down his second term.

  • July 06, 2018

    'Deny Trump to prove your love for Jesus'? I'm not playing that game

    Michael BrownIt's utterly ridiculous to make the denouncing of Donald Trump a litmus test of Christian orthodoxy – yet that's what we're hearing from the same scoundrels who didn't take our faith seriously before. We don't have to prove our morality by giving our "Amen" to the left's latest cause.

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