How Obama Radically Transformed America's Patent System
Patent law is not something most Americans are passionate about or have ever contemplated -- which is exactly why the Obama White House and Congress got away with making radical changes to our time-tested traditions of protecting the fruits of entrepreneurial inventors' labor.
In Genesis 2:18, God says, "It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit for him." Thus, he creates the woman, making mankind male and female. Whether one takes the story of Genesis literally, as I do, or as a metaphor, the essential point is clear and objectively true.
Elian Gonzalez at 21
The recent surrender of Americas tough line against Cuban communism got me to thinking about various moments in Cuban-American history. Not long ago, I noted the 21st birthday of Elian Gonzalez, the boy returned to his father in Cuba after his mother died in a 1999 attempt to bring him to America in a small aluminum boat.
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Key to Changing Hearts And Minds: Don't Lie or Bully
More Americans than ever before -- a record-high of 60 percent, according to Gallup this week -- support gay marriage. But in the wake of a new scandal rocking the academic world, it's a good time to remind partisans and activists that the ends don't always justify the means.
Can Hillary Clinton Reverse the Six-Year Decline in Democratic Turnout?
Bill Clinton won the presidency in 1992 by running as a different kind of Democrat from previous nominees. Hillary Clinton, Anne Gearan of The Washington Post reports, is hoping to win the presidency in 2016 by running as the same kind of Democrat as the current incumbent.
The 'Science' of Sex Education
There's no classroom experience the libertine supports more mightily than "sex education." They have struggled to banish even a whisper of a religious worldview from the classroom. Only the secular and "science-based" ideology is allowed.
Will Accomplishment Deficit be Hillary's Undoing?
There are plenty of reasons to believe 2016 will be a very ugly election year. Here's one more.
A Smorgasbord of Head-shakers
Other than about a billion things, I'm feeling pretty upbeat about the current state of our nation under the leadership of those whose worldview and priorities I simply cannot fathom.
Can Republican Men Criticize Hillary?
Carly Fiorina is articulate, thoughtful and accomplished. For those who keep track of such things, she was the first woman to lead a Fortune 50 business, and she ran a credible, if unsuccessful, campaign for a U.S. senate seat from California. In the early going of the race for the Republican presidential nomination, she is receiving enthusiastic responses from Republican audiences.
War is a Four-Letter Word Spelled I-R-A-N
House Foreign Relations Chairman Ed Royce (R-Calif.) recently briefed members of the Israel Allies Caucus on Capitol Hill.He spoke to supporters about Iran. Leading off with a question from decades ago: "What distinguishes the United States' nuclear missile arsenal from that of the Soviet Union?"
What the Fall of Ramadi Means
The fall of Ramadi, capital of Anbar, largest province in Iraq, after a rout of the Iraqi army by a few hundred ISIS fighters using bomb-laden trucks, represents a stunning setback for U.S. policy.
Meet the Bill Maher From the Right Who is Changing Entertainment
Conservatives frequently complain there are not enough of us in show business, but that may be because they are overlooking some of their top talent. Evan Sayet, a former mainstream stand-up comic and writer for comedians like Bill Maher, has hosted The Right to Laugh for years, the longest running conservative commentary show in America.
The Killing of Free Speech
Do blondes really have more fun? That's a question often thrown at a serious woman with brainy gray matter under her golden tresses.
There Is No Such Thing as Unbiased Journalism, So Let's Stop Pretending
If you're an intellectually curious person -- and if you're a journalist, let's assume that you are -- you are likely to have embraced a number of notions about how the world works, how it should work and who should be running it. This is natural. It's inevitable, then, that most journalists have formed some opinions about partisan politics.
Unholy Alliance: The Church and the Welfare State
The 120 faith leaders attending the recent Georgetown University "Catholic-Evangelical Leadership Summit on Overcoming Poverty" submitted meekly to the guilt trip laid on them by President Obama as he flogged the church dignitaries to energetically support more government aid to the poor.
In ABC Interview, Elian Gonzalez Thanks his Clintonite Kidnappers and Communist Brainwashers
Apparently unsatisfied with his historic propaganda services for Castros Stalinist regime, ABCs Jim Davila reported for duty again this week. Davilas interview with 21 year old Elian Gonzalez is making major media waves.
The Imitation Game
Alan Turing was a mathematical genius, persecuted homosexual, suicide, someone who went through all the motions of being typical and inwardly was anything but, with so hyper-rational a mind he would strike the rest of us as irrational, a prescient explorer of the mind-machine symbiosis who not only foresaw but played a formative role in the computational future we now live in....
Obama's Failing Report Card
Barack Obama's inept war against the resurgent Islamic State is becoming the major issue in the GOP's 2016 race for the presidency.
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Against Better Angels, Los Angeles Forces Minimum Wage
Not content with waiting in the wings while Seattle, Washington pursued the progressive ideals of minimum wage hikes, LA City Council has just agreed to drive up the minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020.
Mr. President, Giving Spiritual Counsel To Ministers Is Above Your Pay Grade
Mr. President, may I first ask who gave you the spiritual authority to give such strong counsel and even criticism to church leaders?
The Challenge: Fragile Freedom
We remember the day well. Papa John wore his best poker face as he climbed carefully through the bomb-bay doors and into the fuselage, his grandchildren scrambling close behind.
Confessions of a Former Liberal: Animal Welfare and Becoming Pro Life
Often the Good Lord will use something unexpected to bring one to their senses. It happened with me.
Knowing What We Know Now, Would You Say Jeb Bush is Retarded?
Was Jeb Bush too busy watching telenovelas during his brother's presidency to remember the Iraq War?