I recently wrote an op-ed for Fox News about some of my difficult experiences as a conservative in liberal Hollywood. I never expected it to have much impact – but I was wrong.
To all you besuited, bespectacled, and soon-to-be bewildered diplomats slogging around the United Nations General Assembly this week, try to understand this: Donald Trump means every word of what he’s going to tell you. Which is: the United States is d…
Recently, I spoke to a group of College Republicans at the University of Dayton. Their curiosity, eagerness to learn and intelligence impressed me.
When this year’s United Nations General Assembly convenes this week, it is safe to assume that Iranian President Hassan Rouhani will not address domestic human rights abuses.
Google, the tech behemoth that did so much to elect and re-elect President Obama and subsequently prop up Hilary Clinton’s disastrous campaign for the White House, has recently found itself at the center of yet another scandal.
The president of Lipscomb University issued a public apology after an untold number of African-American students were offended by a dinner table centerpiece made from stalks of cotton.
The terrorist bombing Friday of a train on the London Underground, which injured 30 people – including one of my very close friends – was yet more evidence of a painful truth: the Islamification of the United Kingdom and Europe is well under way, changing the very character of the continent that gave birth to Western Civilization.
Republicans have issues, but Democrats have them too.
Time is running out for Republicans if they want to keep their governing majority in 2018.
After seeing the terrible flooding, property destruction, power outages and tragic deaths caused by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, we all wish we could do something to keep future hurricanes from forming or make them less severe. Unfortunately, we can’t.