Big news fresh out of the White House this morning...
We’ve learned some more details about the man who shot and killed three female workers, one of them pregnant, and then killed himself Friday at the Yountville, California, veterans facility.
Friday, President Trump issued a presidential pardon to former Navy submarine machinist Kristian Saucier for taking photos of classified areas in his sub.
Good for Joy Behar of “The View” for calling Vice President Mike Pence to apologize for her offensive comments about his Christian faith (she said that people who think Jesus is talking to them have a “mental illness.”)
No, sorry, that doesn’t restore my faith...
I keep offering this message in the spirit of honest good will: If anti-gun politicians ever hope to accomplish anything, they need to learn something about the subject they’re trying to regulate...
Hillary may have lost the election (thank God), but she can hardly say she didn’t get her money’s worth for the $10 million her designated law firm paid to Fusion GPS for that fictional Russian “dossier.”
Saturday, the Florida Senate voted to ban AR-15 rifles. Then after realizing it had actually passed, they reconsidered and revoked it 15 minutes later.
I hate to bring up last week’s controversy again, about me resigning from the CMA Foundation after a music executive who is intolerant of Christians and conservatives accused me of intolerance. But this is very important and needs to be said.
As California goes, so goes the Democratic Party.
For conservative college students who are worried about being railroaded, attacked or silenced if they dare express a non-PC thought, someone now has your back.
The stock market dropped 400 points Thursday after President Trump announced plans to place a 25% tariff on imported steel and a 10% tariff on imported aluminum.
Nancy Pelosi once again proved that she perfectly represents San Francisco by blasting ICE for “indiscriminately” arresting “scores of hard-working, law-abiding immigrants” in their recent raids to enforce deportations of criminal illegal aliens.
In an age when Van Jones on CNN can make comparisons of the NRA to the KKK and not be called on it, it was good to see former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice shock the women on “The View” by saying that she supports the Second Amendment because privately-owned guns saved her and her family from racists.
With TV ratings for "woke" awards shows sinking like the Titanic, the producers of Sunday’s Oscarcast are begging celebrities to keep their politics to themselves.
Not surprisingly, the NRA was pretty quick to respond to President Trump’s “confiscate guns first, due process later” comments.
In the aftermath of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, that killed 17, there’s been plenty to talk about regarding the Broward County Sheriff’s Department, none of it good.
Until recently, the arts was the one place America could set aside political, geographical, racial, religious, and economic barriers and come together. If the arts community becomes part of the polarization instead of bridging communities and people over the power of civil norms as reflected in the arts, then we as a civilization may not be long for this earth.
If you were amazed that a handful of traumatized Florida high school students were able to organize the most effective anti-gun movement in decades, all in a matter of days, where previous efforts by adults have failed, here’s what the media didn’t tell you: it wasn’t magic.
Today’s Must-Read: A Hillary Clinton campaign staffer attended the conservative convention CPAC, expecting to encounter angry, bitter, violent, close-minded “deplorables” and fearing she might not get out alive.
The uber-liberal entertainment industry is demanding that President Trump do something to help stop school shootings. Well, they should be careful what they wish for because they’re about to get it.
Getting that first job used to be a rite of passage for every teenager. But far fewer teens have been working recently, and not always by choice. George Mason University just released a study of why so few 16-and-17-year-olds have joined the work force since 2000.
Should the Fashion Police have the power to control what voters wear to polling places? That’s what the Supreme Court will determine after hearing arguments Wednesday in the case of Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Joe Mansky, which challenges a state law against wearing “politically-charged” clothing or accessories to the polls.
In the wake of the tragic school shooting in Florida and news that the shooter bought one of his rifles from Dick’s Sporting Goods, the CEO announced that the chain would no longer carry AR-15 rifles.
After a cold-blooded shooting at a school in Broward County, Florida, left 17 dead on Valentine’s Day, the collective shock we felt was so great that we could hardly absorb all the related stories that tumbled out afterwards: that for years, the shooter had set off every alarm bell imaginable and still had not been stopped...