A man was kicked out of a Planet Fitness in Florida on two occasions for wearing t-shirts that denounce abortions.
Mike Amoroso is an avid pro-life supporter and has a number of t-shirts with anti-abortion messages. He wore one of the shirts recently to the Orange City Planet Fitness and a … Read More
A high school assistant principal's Twitter re-posting that mocked interracial dating sparked a walkout by black and white students Monday who demanded the administrator be punished for the racist re-tweet.
Titled "Every White Girl's Father's Worst Nightmare" by an assistant principal at the … Read More
Apparently Dorothy is not alone in thinking there's no place like home.
At a cost of $295,227 to U.S. taxpayers, President Obama opted to fly home from New York over the Labor Day weekend, only to return the following day to attend the wedding of his personal chef Sam Kass to MSNBC’s Alex Wagner, … Read More
This is what the Ferguson fiasco boils down to.
In the wake of an FBI warning that the looming grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case could lead to attacks on police officers and public buildings, two guests on Sean Hannity’s "Hannity" program Tuesday placed the blame for … Read More
Critics have charged that outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder oversees the most political and race oriented Justice Department in U.S. history, and his decision to take the death penalty off the table for four people charged with killing a reserve Virginia police officer further reinforces that … Read More
Al Sharpton, America's foremost race hustler, owes more than $4.5 million in state and federal tax liens.
A New York Times feature published on Tuesday reported that Sharpton "has regularly sidestepped the sorts of obligations most people see as inevitable, like taxes, rent and other … Read More
For President Obama, when it rains it pours.
The last thing Obama needs is another negative report about his signature health care law, but Fox News is reporting that an email has surfaced alleging a key ObamaCare official used threats and tantrums to ensure Healthcare.gov launched on … Read More
When the Senate vote to allow the Keystone XL pipeline failed Tuesday, a handful of American Indians in the gallery broke out into chanting, but the Senate’s best known “Native Americn” failed to join in.
Anyone else curious why Elizabeth Warren didn't join in the Native American chant that … Read More
There's just something about seeing a senior citizen throwing down some funk that makes people smile.
This one's pretty fun, although they might have collective heart attacks if they hear the words to most of Lil' Jon's other songs. … Read More
Online talk from posters purporting to be police officers and their supporters in and around Fergsuon has been ominous.
Some are saying that the police force will be powerless to protect the citizens as the powder keg fuse burns down, reported the Daily Mail.
This comes on the heels of … Read More
President Obama, meet the Founders.
One of the country’s most outspoken legal critics of presidential overreach announced Tuesday that he will represent the House of Representatives in its lawsuit against President Obama for usurping its powers, and if the public record is any guide, John Boehner … Read More
A national student group aimed at the Democrat-dominated youth vote is trying to use one of the biggest young-adult novels and movie in years to turn popular culture against the supposed “populism” of Obamacare.
The group, Turning Point USA, has published “The Health Care Games,” a … Read More
The beat goes on for the dancing daughter of “Duck Dynasty.”
Sadie Robertson and partner Mark Ballas advanced by scoring 37 out of a possible 40 points Monday on “Dancing With the Stars” to make it through the semi-finals. The pair did two dances to Ariana Grande's "Problem."
Commenting on the … Read More
Founder and President of the Media Research Center (MRC), L. Brent Bozell III runs the largest media watchdog organization in America.
Bozell is a lecturer, syndicated columnist, television commentator, debater, marketer, businessman, author, publisher and activist, making him one of the most … Read More
Jay Sekulow is Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ), which focuses on constitutional law. He is author of the New York Times Bestseller, Rise of ISIS: A Threat We Can't Ignore. He hosts "Jay Sekulow Live" - a daily radio show which is broadcast on more than 850 stations … Read More