Mother’s Day: According to the National Retail Federation, you and I will drop north of $20 billion on our mothers this week. That’s a lot of flowers, jewelry and spa gift certificates.
Will President Obama finally “get real” about the terror threat? He’s said he intends to degrade and ultimately destroy ISIS — but a new initiative may be necessary here at home.
Bruce Jenner’s transistion from man to woman. Are liberals ready to accept a proud, highly-public LGBT Republican? So far, it seems the answer is no.
When the Tea Party began in 2009, even those of us at the heart of the movement couldn’t have predicted how it would permanently alter America’s political landscape. Just six years later, it’s undeniably at the heart of American politics in spite of countless attacks from the political establishment and from the national media. Because of the Tea Party’s strength and influence, candidates who call themselves conservative must prove their bona fides to successfully court any grassroots support at all.
It’s been said that ‘timing is everything’ and time is just one of the issues at stake in the legal proceedings surrounding the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan, which would regulate carbon emissions from existing power plants. Specifically, the Court must decide if a proposed federal regulation, like the CPP, can be struck down before it is finalized.
If you’re like me, you may have an uncontrollable nostalgia for things that impacted your childhood.
As a non-Muslim, I have great empathy and respect for Muslims in the Western World. The overwhelming majority are good, decent people with a firm grasp of right and wrong. They care about their children, they strive to be responsible citizens, and they have absolutely no desire to harm anyone else. Pockets of bad apples exist among all groups, but the truth is, the Muslim community doesn’t deserve to be maligned, smeared or have their patriotism questioned.
I was targeted by the IRS in a coordinated attack at the highest levels of government…and we now have the proof.
The race for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination gains 3 new candidates this week. Carly Fiorina and Dr. Ben Carson today, Governor Mike Huckabee expected tomorrow.
With news Monday morning that Republicans have two new entrants into the 2016 primary field, there has inevitably been lots of talk about how diverse the GOP candidates are this time around.