Some people suggest that President Donald Trump doesn't feel like he's had a good day unless he can poke the media a bit. If that's the case, Wednesday was a very good day for the president.
The United Nations has proclaimed today, August 22, the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.
A government watchdog is urging the public to speak out about the corrupt and bureaucratic United Nations by encouraging the Trump administration to act.
A conservative political scientist and election analyst contends the Democratic Party doesn't have anyone who can stand up to President Donald Trump in next year's election – despite what some might consider "troublesome" poll results that show the president lagging.
Churches are now able to hold services in the civic center of a South Carolina town.
Public education officials in Mississippi may scrap a required U.S. history test for high school students, a decision that is seconded by an analyst who is often critical of state leaders.
A conservative black activist is concerned that a controversial new bill imposing further restrictions on police use of force places law enforcement officers in greater danger.
Yet another lurid “drag queen” who is reading to children in a public library setting has been exposed as a sex criminal, in this case a male prostitute.
As the Trump administration eyes a withdrawal from Afghanistan, a national defense analyst says the goal should be to keep terrorists from exporting bloodshed around the globe.
A new study shows that while Christians understand the need for other believers to help them in their walk with God, they also have a streak of independence when it comes to their Christian walk.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) presidential campaign tweeted that her Monday night town hall meeting at Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota, drew a crowd of 12,000 – reportedly to keep up with numbers recently registered by the Trump campaign – but estimates by other sources indicate less than half that number likely attended the event.
Democrats continue to push an ambitious agenda, but it won't be cheap – and that may be an understatement.
A media watchdog that documents left-wing bias has been watching TV and doing some math.
The situation for Christians in Pakistan is dismal – especially young females who, in addition to the threat of sex trafficking, must deal with marriage to abductors and forced conversion to Islam.
Two groups prominent in America's public education community are being taken to task for strategically indoctrinating children in liberal thought and "progressive" political activism.
Elected leaders in a Texas city have taken action after their community rose up and condemned drag queens reading to children.
The mayor of a California city is proposing a controversial ordinance: require his constituents to carry liability insurance if they own a firearm, and even consent to searches of their homes.
Some hospice programs are giving weight to the argument for assisted suicide after an investigation uncovered numerous problems.