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When Freedom Was King January 15, 2018 When the sun broke over the frosty city of Washington this morning, light caught the stony silhouette of a man. Arms crossed, the towering likeness of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. emerges out of granite, as unflinching as the leader himself. Like a ...
Founders' Keepers: U.S. Celebrates 232 Years of Freedom January 16, 2018 If you've ever toured Monticello, then you know that Thomas Jefferson had very strong opinions of what his legacy should be. He wanted to be remembered as the man who wrote the Declaration of Independence and as the ...
How the New Tax Bill Helps Families January 11, 2018 By Andrew Guernsey, Legislative Assistant for Government Affairs The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (H.R. 1 "TCJA"), signed into law by President Donald Trump on December 22, 2017, provides numerous provisions that benefit working families. ...
Public School Kids Get Assembly on Sex Changes January 12, 2018 By Cathy Ruse, FRC's Senior Fellow for Legal Studies A Northern Virginia public school held a school-wide assembly before Christmas break featuring transgender crusader Amy Ellis Nutt. George Mason High School in the City ...
The House's Born Ultimatum January 10, 2018 Like a lot of pregnant women, the young mom who visited Planned Parenthood in St. Paul last summer wasn't sure she wanted to have the abortion. Already well into her second trimester, she was started to have second thoughts about whether this was ...
Religious Freedom in Mississippi, Y'all! January 08, 2018 It'll be tough to top 2017's string of religious liberty successes -- but the Supreme Court doesn't mind trying. This morning, the justices got January off to a flying start when it rebooted one of the most significant state laws of ...
Harms Wide Open for FCC Chief January 09, 2018 When the Federal Communications Commission rolled back Obama's net "neutrality" policy, Chairman Ajit Pai told reporters, "It's not going to kill democracy." But could it kill him? Federal officials are certainly concerned, now that a flood of ...
A Frosty Reception to Trump's PrayerDecember 21, 2017 If you thought tax reform terrified liberals, try praying about it! During yesterday's historic votes, Donald Trump sent the Left into a full-on panic by pausing a moment in his cabinet meeting to thank God for their pending success. ...
Ex-Im Bank Robbed of Good Nominee December 20, 2017 Former Congressman Scott Garrett, President Trump's conservative pick to head and reform the Export-Import (Ex-Im) Bank, was hit from both sides in his hearing before the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday. Like Trump, the New Jersey ...
Angles We Have Heard on Hyde December 19, 2017 Republicans have been so focused on tax reform that they don't want to think about the next crisis barreling down the track. Even if the GOP manages to pass its IRS overhaul tomorrow, there'll be precious little time to celebrate now that ...
It's Beginning to Look a Lot like Tax Cuts... December 18, 2017 Republicans won't be able to erase this summer's debacle with Obamacare, but what happens this week could go a long way to making it up with voters. After a year of trying, GOP leaders are about 48 hours away from finally ...
Federal Bureau of Indignation: Texts Reveal Bias in FBI December 14, 2017 Donald Trump may never get a fair shake from the media, but from the FBI's liberals? Based on yesterday's House Judiciary hearing, that's a long shot too. The prejudice of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's team has ...
Military on the Polarized Express with Trans TrainingDecember 13, 2017 The Pentagon is about to deploy 23,000 troops -- but not for the mission you'd expect. According to the Defense Department, that's how many service members it'll have to train to deal with the first wave of transgender ...
Libs on Speech: Succumb, All Ye Faithful December 12, 2017 Churches used to be where people went to escape the turmoil of the world. Now, with an outbreak of violence, the turmoil is coming to them. A wave of radicalism is boiling over, and America's houses of worship are bearing the ...
GLAAD's Tidings Grate Joy December 11, 2017 For a party who argues there's no war on Christmas, the secular Left sure spends a lot of time talking about one! From smart-alecky op-eds to condescending cartoons, it's starting to feel like some liberals are more obsessed with the idea than ...
A Flurry over Funding in D.C. December 08, 2017 If federal workers were hoping for an early start to Christmas vacation, they're out of luck! Thanks to yesterday's continuing resolution, no one's turning off the government's lights any time soon. For all of the Democrats' big talk, Rep. ...
Trump Makes His Move on Jerusalem December 06, 2017 If there's one thing President Trump understands, it's real estate. And there aren't many piece of property whose value exceeds that of Jerusalem. The entire country is only slightly larger than Massachusetts, but no nation has played a ...
The SCOTUS Sweet Stakes: Baker's Freedom in the Balance December 07, 2017 You can read the entire Constitution, top to bottom, and never find the words "same-sex marriage." The freedom of religion, on the other hand, is right there in black and white. But guess which one Americans are ...
Masterpiece Theater: SCOTUS Debates Cake Baker's Rights December 05, 2017 After five long years of fighting, an hour and a half at the Supreme Court could be all it takes to redefine religious liberty in America. That's how long Jack Phillips stood before the most powerful justices in the ...
Happy Holy Days from the Trumps December 01, 2017 There are few things as big as Donald Trump's personality -- but the National Christmas Tree comes close! At 50 feet, it loomed large over the crowd at last night's lighting ceremony, almost as large as the debate about the holiday itself. ...
Planned Parenthood's Ark. Rival November 30, 2017 Planned Parenthood's biggest nemesis isn't the GOP -- or even pro-lifers. Lately, it's the democratic process. When abortion groups started moving into the extreme territory staked out by Barack Obama -- pushing late-term, taxpayer-funded, ...
Taxpayers Hit the Woof over Doggie Shakespeare November 29, 2017 What do Congress and the San Francisco Symphony have in common? They're both pouring money down the tubas! That's just one way spending is reaching a crescendo, Senator James Lankford (R-Okla.) points out in his latest waste ...
Trumps Give Visitors a Creche Course in Christmas November 28, 2017 There've been a lot of wise men in the White House. But this Christmas, there are three more in the East Room, where the Trumps are highlighting a larger-than-life nativity scene. That's just one of the ways the First ...
With Senate Tax Bill, Many Happy Returns November 27, 2017 When the House and Senate touch down in D.C., they'll be exchanging their week of feasting for a steady diet of something else: tax reform. For this debate, Speaker Paul Ryan's (R-Wisc.) chamber will be on the observation deck, ...
A Continual Feast of Thanksgiving November 22, 2017 As our family prepares to celebrate Thanksgiving, I've been thinking about my recent trip to the Middle East and the Christian leaders I had the privilege of meeting. Beyond their tremendous hospitality, what impressed me most was the ...

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