Author: Terence Jeffrey

Terence P. Jeffrey is editor-in-chief of the conservative US Internet news service, a position he assumed in September 2007. He became Editor of Human Events, a national conservative weekly in the United States, in 1996.

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President Ronald Reagan speaks at a rally on February 8, 1982.(Photo by Michael Evans/The White House/Getty Images) The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and Ronald Reagan are two of the greatest leaders in American history not only because of the struggles they won but how they won them.They were great communicators who achieved great victories without violence. And they were able to do this for the same reason: They unapologetically appealed to the ultimate truth.In 1987,

Terence P. Jeffrey | CNS NewsFeed created by FiveFilters.org</link> The Welfare Generation: 51.7% Kids in 2017 Lived in Households Getting Govt Assistance</link> Will NIH Extend UCSF's Aborted-Baby-Parts Mouse Contract?</link> Teach Children: Martin Luther King and Ronald Reagan Were Right</link> Identical Tweets: Russians and Kamala Harris on Late-Term-Abortion Ban</link> Declare San Francisco Critical Habitat for Grizzly Bears?</link>

Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) sits on the Judiciary and Intelligence Committees. (Photo: Screen capture) The New York Times was outraged, and so was Sen. Kamala Harris of California.Back on Jan. 24, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell submitted a cloture motion for the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.The act, which passed the House last fall, would have prohibited killing "unborn children 20 weeks or older."McConnell's call for cloture meant that on Monday, Jan. 29, the Senate would

(Screen Capture) The Census Bureau has released new data that strengthens the case for calling the current generation of American children “The Welfare Generation.” Among American residents under 18 years of age in 2017, according to the Census Bureau, 51.7 percent lived in households in which one or more persons received benefits from a means-tested government program. That was down slightly from the 52.1 percent of Americans under 18 in 2016 who lived in households receiving means-tested government