Iowa's gay community is in an uproar after Chick-fil-A sponsored a local festival designed to promote diversity.
The fast-food chain, which drew national attention in 2012 when its CEO spoke out in opposition to gay marriage, is among about a dozen sponsors of the Iowa City Summer of the Arts’ … Read More
Texas Gov. Rick Perry fired back this week at the president of Mexico over Perry’s decision to deploy the National Guard at the U.S.-Mexico border, declaring in a letter he will use any legal means to protect his state from illegal immigration – whether Mexico likes it or not.
Perry’s letter … Read More
One thing is certain, if Eric King was a member of the tea party he would be a household name in cities across America today.
King, 28, was charged Wednesday with throwing two Molotov cocktails at U.S. Rep. Emanuel Cleaver’s office in Kansas City, Mo., on Sept. 11, the 13th anniversary of 9/11, … Read More
Sheriffs along the U.S. border with Mexico don’t like what they’re seeing.
Describing the immigration crisis as “spiraling out of control,” a coalition of five sheriffs’ organizations in the Southwest released a three-page statement calling on the federal government to resist “outright amnesty” … Read More
A Texas mom of three was visited by the police and Child Protective Services after a neighbor reported her for letting her son play outside.
Children’s book author and blogger Kari Anne Roy’s youngest son, 6-year-old Isaac, had been playing up the street for about 10 minutes when there was a … Read More
Even by Michelle Obama standards, whining to a bunch of kids with cancer about how tough it is to be first lady is a class apart.
Obama's latest Marie Antoinette moment came during a question-and-answer session at St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tenn, a place where doctors … Read More
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on Wednesday refused to consider a decision that allows school officials to censor the free and peaceful expression of students out of concern for how others might react to it.
The decision “undermined decades” of legal precedent to reinforce the power of … Read More
Never mind the content of one's character, to buy a gun in America today purchasers must reveal the color of their skin.
Two years ago, the Obama administration quietly made a policy change that forces buyers to declare their race and ethnicity when purchasing firearms, The Washington Times … Read More
A former Navy SEAL and controversial author railroaded out of the service for political reasons told Fox News Wednesday that President Obama is running a “photo op” presidency little respected by troops in the field.
Carl Higbie, a petty officer who left the Navy in 2012 and made an unsuccessful … Read More
Was the United States closer to a terrorist attack on home soil on the 13th anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001, than Americans realize?
At a House Committee on Homeland Security hearing Wednesday, U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, questioned Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson about a report that … Read More
The Florida attack dog of Democrat politics could be being brought to heel.
A long, scathing article posted on Politico Wednesday describes Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz as a woman in danger of losing her national perch.
According to the article, with the … Read More
The Islamic State’s latest propaganda blitz comes through a short video with Hollywood-style special effects previewing “Flames of War.”
The 52-second video appears to show militants blowing up tanks and attacking U.S. soldiers before flashing a clip of President Obama saying combat troops would … Read More
There were no fireworks in the making Wednesday as Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., got the House Select Committee on Benghazi off to a quiet start.
In his opening statement, Gowdy said he was hopeful for an investigation "worthy of the memory of those who died."
"I remain hopeful there are still … Read More
For three decades, Mark McKinnon has been solving complex strategic challenges for causes, companies and candidates, including former President George W. Bush, U.S. Sen. John McCain, and U2 front man Bono. Along the way, he has helped engineer five winning presidential primary and general election … Read More
Paul Ryan is the author of The Way Forward: Renewing the American Idea and he currently serves as the Chairman of the House Budget Committee and the Representative for Wisconsin’s First Congressional District. Paul is also a member of the House Ways and Means Committee and has served in the House of … Read More