Apr 24, 2014 07:00 am
By Dr. Ben Carson
The Cliven Bundy case in Nevada provides many insights into the state of our nation with respect to the relationship between the people and the government.
When Government Looks More Like Foe than Friend
Apr 24, 2014 06:58 am
By B. Christopher Agee
According to a new initiative announced Wednesday, a huge number of criminals currently in prison are about to receive a get-out-of-jail pass from the DOJ based on the fact that they have already served at least 10 years of their sentence.
DOJ To Flood Streets With Felons
Apr 24, 2014 06:57 am
By Katie Pavlich
It has already been proven through multiple studies, including those from the State Department, that the Keystone pipeline is a safe, efficient way to transport oil.
America: We Support Building Keystone
Apr 24, 2014 06:54 am
By Michael W. Chapman
In a case about a pregnant woman who used cocaine and endangered her unborn child, the Alabama Supreme Court affirmed (8-1) that the word “child” includes “an unborn child,” and that the law therefore “furthers the State’s interest in protecting the life of children from the earliest stages of their development.”
Ala. Supreme Court: ‘Unborn Child Has Inalienable Right to Life From its Earliest Stages’
Apr 24, 2014 06:48 am
By News Editor
Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus on Wednesday accused Senate majority leader Harry Reid of being “so dirty and so unethical” for using his taxpayer-funded office to launch political attacks against Republicans.
RNC Chairman: ‘Harry Reid is So Dirty and So Unethical’
Apr 24, 2014 06:40 am
By Judith Miller
Egypt’s de facto ruler urged President Obama to restore the military aid suspended last year after Egypt’s armed forces ousted the country’s president and warned that America’s unwillingness to combat Islamic extremists in strife–ridden Arab states was endangering the U.S. and its European and Arab allies.
Egypt’s Leader Urges America to Reinstate Military Aid for Fight Against Terror
Apr 24, 2014 06:38 am
By Robert Barnes
The Supreme Court limited the amount of damages that those who possess child pornography must pay victims, throwing out a $3.4 million award that went to a woman whose childhood rape has been widely seen on the Internet.
Supreme Court Limits Damages to Victims of Child Porn