The pro-abortion community hides behind euphemisms to avoid confronting the evil they support. It is, to them, a choice. The pro-abortion community, like the slave owners of the nineteenth century, concocts pseudo-science to avoid reality.
Presidents are also politicians with agendas. And sometimes those agendas clash with your worldview. Politicians have no business defining patriotism. Let's not have devotionals venerating their ascendency every four years.
Pages detailing climate policy initiatives such as the Green Climate Fund, a Climate Action Report, as well as other pages on climate policies once lauded by the Obama administration have been deleted from the State Department website.
The foreign policy section of Donald Trump’s inaugural address has received far less attention than so revolutionary a declaration deserved. It radically redefined the American national interest as understood since World War II.
Trump's wall is a statement to the world: This is our country. We decide who comes here. The crisis of our time is not that some Americas are saying this, but that so many are too paralyzed to say it, or embrace what is happening
It's a mistake to predict the inevitable decline of things that give meaning to people's lives and involve fundamental human attachments. The nation is one of them, something that Trump, if he gets nothing else, instinctively understands.
With the stroke of a pen, Trump assaulted the heart of the Obamacare law that was the centerpiece of his predecessor's administration. Trump's act recognizes something modern governments never admit — that they can be and have been wrong.
Democrats love to talk about the wonderful things Obamacare has done. They should be asked why they refuse to live under it. Especially after they spend 800 hours changing insurance plans every year, ending up with increasingly expensive and useless plans.
Snowflakes feel as though they must be protected against words, events and deeds that do not fully conform to their narrow-minded beliefs built on sheer delusion. This might explain their behavior in the wake of Trump's trouncing of Hillary Clinton.
Marching on Washington and screaming profanities may get a rise today. But our country is slowly disappearing. The pro-life crowd is less flamboyant because it is steeped in a culture of respect. It may get less press. But without it, we have no future.
Radical feminists are hysterically stoking fear and loathing of machines. Revolutionary developments in sonography have endangered their agenda of unrestricted abortion on demand, at all times, no questions asked.