• Supreme Court Justices Grill ACLU and Colorado in Christian Baker’s Case

    Supreme Court Justices Grill ACLU and Colorado in Christian Baker’s Case

    The Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a case over whether cake artist Jack Phillips can be forced by the state to design and create a cake celebrating a same-sex wedding in violation of his religious beliefs on marriage.

    While justices directed heated comments and tough questions to both sides, the Court’s skepticism fell heavily on the state of Colorado and the ACLU, who are representing the same-sex couple in the case.

    The argument was fast-paced right out of the gate, with the justices struggling to speak over one another as they peppered Phillips’ attorney, Kristin Waggoner of Alliance Defending Freedom, with questions on the free speech claim. READ MORE...

  • Huma Abedin LIED to the FBI and Got Away With It

    Huma Abedin LIED to the FBI and Got Away With It

    America is having its Come to Jesus moment. The Democrats consider themselves above the law, and any Republican in power, most especially President Trump, is falsely persecuted and destroyed. This has been going on for well over a decade. America is either going to go quietly into the night or we are going to go to war.

    Flynn did nothing wrong. Clinton committed treason. It’s time to prosecute America’s traitors.

    Equality for all before the law is worth fighting for, worth dying for.

    If we had anything faintly resembling an evenhanded justice system, Huma Abedin would be pleading guilty right about now. But of course we don’t. And so a series of Trump associates are forced to plead guilty to lying to the FBI. While Hillary continues her Spite Across America tour. Did close Hillary associates like Cheryl Mills, Hillary’s right-hand woman, and Huma Abedin lie to the FBI? READ MORE...

  • The Inanity of Liberals' Fearmongering on Tax Reform

    The Inanity of Liberals’ Fearmongering on Tax Reform

    On Monday night, the GOP tax bill took another step toward President Donald Trump’s desk when Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, R-Wis., named nine members to the conference committee, including Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady, R-Texas.

    The Senate is expected to name its negotiators later this week as the two chambers work to reconcile their respective versions of the bill. As the bill moves forward, Democrats are becoming increasingly frantic—and apocalyptic—in their efforts to derail tax reform. READ MORE...

  • WW3: ‘Nuclear War At Any Moment’ As US Responds With War Drills

    WW3: ‘Nuclear War At Any Moment’ As US Responds With War Drills

    Kim Jong-Un’s most recent missile launch sparked fears of a third world war. Responding directly to that missile launch, the United States has participated in war drills with South Korea.

    The operation dubbed “Vigilant Ace” was branded as an “open, all-out provocation” by North Korea.

    The training drills are scheduled to last five days, aiming to improve South Korea and the US’s wartime readiness.

    Impressive video from the initial drills shows F-16 jets training in the sky high above the North Korea border. READ MORE...

  • California Faces Lawsuit Because So Few Of Their Public School Children Can Read

    California Faces Lawsuit Because So Few Of Their Public School Children Can Read

    At one elementary school in California, 96 percent of the students are not proficient in either English or math.

    How is that even possible?  Unfortunately, the more the federal government gets involved in education, the worse it seems to get.

    At one time the United States had the greatest system of public education on the entire planet, but these days we only seem to make headlines when news comes out about how poorly we are doing.

    This has been a hot-button issue for me for a long time, but even I was surprised when I learned that the state of California is actually being sued because so few of their public school children can read… READ MORE...

  • Trump's Recognition Of Jerusalem Makes Peace More Likely

    Trump’s Recognition Of Jerusalem Makes Peace More Likely

    Later today Donald Trump is expected to make a largely symbolic but important gesture, recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel — not as an international capital or shared capital or capital in flux or as any of the other fantasies anti-Israel types have harbored since 1967. There are a number of solid reasons to recognize Jerusalem as the undivided capital of Israel, but the most consequential is that it helps undercut a myth that’s stood in the way of peace for years.

    For one thing, no conceivable peace deal includes a divided Jerusalem. None. Allowing Palestinian leadership to delude its people has damaged the prospects of peace for more than 30 years. Like the Right of Return, the notion that any part of Jerusalem proper will be handed over to an Arab government, much less the remnants of the PLO and their on-and-off political partners Hamas, is a nonstarter. This is not a radical Likud position, it’s one of the few issues that all major political parties, left and right, agree on in Israel. Three Days of Rage will not change this reality. READ MORE...

  • Supreme Court Rules Trump Travel Ban Can Take Full & Immediate Effect

    Supreme Court Rules Trump Travel Ban Can Take Full & Immediate Effect

    On Monday, the US Supreme Court ruled the latest iteration of President Donald Trump’s travel ban can take full effect.

    Lower courts continue to deal with frivolous lawsuits that seek to fight the ban, despite the fact that it is constitutional.

    According to the order, the Trump administration is permitted to enforce Trump’s ban, which suspends foreign nationals from seven nations from entering the united States.

    Those seven countries are  Chad, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Syria, Venezuela, and Yemen. READ MORE...

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