Pure symbolism. That’s what “We Are Still In” really is.
Even modest and long-overdue budget cuts draw condemnation.
If our church history begins with Billy Graham, we’ve probably forgotten something important.
If we want to make headway on improving public policy discourse, a good place to start might be with how we’re debating Medicaid policy, in particular how it might be affected by pending legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), including legislation presented on Thursday by Senate Republicans.
The Democrats' comprehensive meltdown after their fifth straight election loss is a spectacle worth savoring.
Liberals made a big deal out of the report that Fox News has dropped its old slogan "Fair and Balanced." The liberal media always made a mockery out of it, rejecting it as "false balance." It's "false balance" because the conservative view is false. From their arrogant viewpoint, only the "truth" is worth reporting.
Prediction: Democrats will not go into the 2018 Congressional elections with San Fran Nan as the party's face and future. No way. As President Kennedy said, "Sometimes party loyalty asks too much."
Nearly 200 Democratic politicians—198 in total—are now plaintiffs in two lawsuits against President Donald Trump.
Yesterday, President Trump dispatched his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, to the Middle East to solve another “hot” issue — peace in the Middle East. But, let’s ask ourselves the honest question: can that goal be attained when we have a suit-wearing group of Islamic jihadists called Fatah and another group called Hamas in existence?