Michael S. Engel’s March 3 Sunday Opinion essay, “An insect apocalypse will be our apocalypse,” was thought-provoking. Many people are not aware of the importance of our native insects and how the
Authored by Jeffrey Tucker via The American Institute for Economic Research, An older woman and her middle-aged son were at a public restaurant for Thanksgiving. He spent the whole of the dinner flipping through his phone, without uttering a word. She did her best to maintain her dignity while looking past him and trying to pretend that this is what life is like. This tragic scene lasted until they paid the bill and left. The scene was relayed to me by a senior in college who explains how...
Leadership isn't shown just in what you do. It's shown in what you don't do. President Trump proved this recently when he went to Hanoi, Vietnam, to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and — if all had gone well — forge a deal that would lead to the
Trina Vargo, founder of a Washington, D.C., nonprofit dedicated to strengthening America-Ireland ties, and a veteran Democratic foreign policy adviser, wrote a book titled, "Shenanigans: the U.S.-Ireland Relationship in Uncertain Times," and in it, slid this bombshell: Bill and Hillary Clinton, her former bosses, punished her for supporting Barack
Donald Trump’s dislike of U.S. intelligence agencies is no secret, but the intelligence agencies continue to try to interest Trump in knowing
A 19-year-old New Jersey man has been arrested for allegedly assaulting an 81-year-old man wearing a "Make American Great Again" hat, according to officials.
I was baptized and confirmed as a United Methodist. I went to Sunday school and vacation Bible study, and participated in youth groups and missions as a teenager. I have fond memories of Pastor Bob and Pastor Rick, and going on weekend retreats with the youth group.
The Americans who want to see gun control pass simply aren't passionate about it to outweigh their opponents.
Dietitian and nutritionist Andy Bellatti has five pieces of advice to start feeling like your best self in just one one.
In the aftermath of the New Zealand mosque attacks, MSNBC host Ali Velshi predictably devoted an entire segment on his show to promoting more gun control while only havng on guests who are in line with his anti-gun views.
Russian state sources and officials have confirmed closer cooperation between Beijing and the Crimean peninsula on major Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects, citing Chinese diplomats, which represents a continued significant shift in Moscow's priorities which have historically pit Russia in economic competition with China. Any future BRI projects involving Crimea would further solidify and fully integrate the peninsula into Russia's hold after its annexation from Ukraine following the 2014...
Authored by Uzay Bulut via The Gatestone Institute,
Wednesday was CNN’s Democratic Town Hall with former Colorado Governor and 2020 hopeful John Hickenlooper in Atlanta, Georgia, which was only the latest in their series. And while there were some funny moments, there were plenty of far-left questions sprinkled throughout. One of which came from moderator and chief political correspondent Dana Bash, who asked Hickenlooper if he would sign a national emergency to deal with gun violence.
If President Trump is indeed guilty of some sort of obstruction of justice, he should be particularly worried at the news that former White House communications director Hope Hicks is cooperating with the House Judiciary Committee’s investigation of her former boss.
The World War I memorial cross in Bladensburg, Md., isn’t going anywhere. That was clear from the oral argument in The American Legion v. American Humanist Association. The Supreme Court may even be unanimous that the cross can stay on public land.
Relying on wasteful spending is no way to run the world's greatest military.
The admissions cheating scandal at some of America’s universities is only the iceberg’s tip in post-secondary education.
Hollywood supports 2.6 million jobs, dishes out $177 billion in wages and directly employs more people across the country than the commodities and energy industries, said the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in a report published Monday.
Talk about a contrast. On Wednesday, MSNBC’s Hardball offered two snippets that were both random and couldn’t have been any more different. In the first instance, there was former Apprentice contestant, former White House official, and now anti-Trump hero Omarosa suggesting that Kellyanne Conway is a bad wife for not quitting the White House and rallying to her husband George’s side on his feud with the President. And in the other footnote, there was host Chris Matthews strategizing with...