U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius has to be the most coldhearted person in America.
The audacity of the left never ceases to amaze me. No matter what kind of wrongdoing is involved, the vast majority of leftists continue to support their politicians and they come up with some of the flimsiest excuses ever.
I’m not one to toss the I-word (impeachment) around lightly. The current administration, however, is making it easier to call for that drastic step.
It has been three years since a drug raid on an abortion clinic in Philadelphia uncovered a house of horrors disguised as an abortion clinic.
The American liberty movement, with little argument, was pretty much born and nurtured in the environs of Boston. And that is apparently where it died.
And so it begins.
Of all the systems of government ever devised by man, ours has to be the best. At least, it would be if it operated the way it was supposed to operate.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has heard oral arguments on same-sex marriage, all we can do is wait. The wheels of justice, after all, usually move at a snail’s pace.
Yet, another story of government thuggery from the jackboot files.
In the wake of the selection of Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis I, there has a been a stream of commentary from American columnists, non-Catholics, telling us how the Church must change if it wants to remain viable.
Rarely does a week go by without some story of some court or government agency somewhere attacking the Fourth Amendment and its proscription against unreasonable searches and seizures.
I don’t know whether President Barack Obama is simply oblivious to the basic laws of economics or he simply does not care, preferring instead to play politics while the economy burns — a sort of modern-day Nero with an economic fiddle.
With four years of trillion-dollar deficits, a national debt equal to our gross domestic product, crushing unemployment, more than 1,400 days since a federal budget and a housing market that is still severely depressed, what does the president do?
It is still hard for some to fathom, but President Barack Obama believes he has the power to order the assassination of Americans abroad without trial.
Here we go again. Another immigration plan that will go nowhere.
As the gun control debate rages on, I have taken some flak for stating, quite correctly, that the sole purpose of the Second Amendment is for the citizenry to protect itself from the government.
What would you say if I told you there is an organization funded by the government that was responsible for 333,964 deaths in 2011?
Being perfect (despite what my family, friends and co-workers say) I see no reason to make any New Year's resolutions for myself, except maybe to try to be less modest. So I decided to use the time that I could have spent pondering my resolutions in coming up with resolutions others should offer in order to make this world a better place.
When it comes to free speech and open government, I am largely a purist, or what First Amendment scholars would label an “absolutist,” a Justice Hugo Black on free-speech steroids, if you will.
There is one truism that should not be forgotten in the national conversation on guns: Even if you repeal the Second Amendment it will have no affect on my God-given natural right to keep and bear arms.
I love how liberals are "pro-choice," unless, of course the "choice" is whether to join a union.
Nothing says Christmas like a healthy dose of class warfare masquerading as governance. That is to be expected when you have a child running the White House.
I can’t help but laugh at many of my liberal friends in the aftermath of the presidential election. Not just them, but many so-called intelligent pundits have made laughable statements as well.
President Barack Obama’s claim that he “saved” the auto industry would be laughable if not for how many people actually believe it. But, alas, as the election proved, Democrats tend to do best when they misinform already uninformed voters.
Today is Veterans Day, the day the U.S. government sets aside to honor all the men and women who have served the United States in one of the armed forces.
President Barack Obama’s infamy continues to grow from the tragedy in Benghazi, Libya, and the subsequent coverup.
I admit that liberal media bias is, most of the time, subtle. That is, your average consumer of news is not likely to even notice it. It is, for the most part, not even intentional, just sloppy craftsmanship. Or, at least, that is what I like to believe because the idea that the profession I have spent my life practicing is tainted is not a pleasant one.
Anyone paying attention to the presidential campaign has to admit the former governor is the best candidate in the race.
By now, most of you have either seen, or heard about, the old-fashioned spanking Gov. Mitt Romney gave President Barack Obama Wednesday evening at the first of the joint news conferences ... er ... I mean debates.
The presidential debates begin Wednesday. Unfortunately, Americans will only be receiving half the needed information.
I have long accepted the idea that Jesus of Nazareth was married and had at least one child.
President Barack Obama and his supporters like to claim he has foreign policy cred because the U.S. Navy happened to kill Osama bin Laden, an old man in his pajamas, on his watch.
What is one sure sign that your government is slipping into a police state?
As a child, I vaguely recall watching, sort of, men landing on the moon.
In the days since Gov. Mitt Romney chose U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate on the GOP presidential ticket, liberals have been arguing just how awful Ryan’s budget proposal is, i.e., it will destroy Medicare, forcing seniors to spend their golden years in abject poverty, it will eliminated the middle class, and, as a side benefit, probably bring about the apocalypse.
"Dear Mr. Ryan Lochte,
On July 16, a pizza delivery driver in Columbus, Ohio, was delivering a pizza when two men armed with shotguns approached him.