This is the season of college graduations, and many people may be wondering what kinds of gifts would be most appropriate for young people leaving the world of academia and heading out to face the challenges and opportunities of adulthood in the real world.
Marine Court-Martialed for Refusing to Remove Bible Verse
A United States Marine was convicted at a court-martial for refusing to remove a Bible verse on her computer a verse of Scripture the military determined could easily be seen as contrary to good order and discipline.
How the World Has Changed Since World War I
Over the past year, I've been reading books inspired by the centenary of World War I, a war with horrific casualties painful to contemplate.
Millionaire Ex-Presidents Can Pay Their Own Way
THE AVARICE of Bill and Hillary Clinton is a wonder to behold. They crave wealth, it seems, even more than they crave power, and display no qualms about exploiting their political stature to amass it.
Collins: Pentagon Encourages Leaders to 'Chill the Chaplains'
The only Member of Congress also serving as a military chaplain speaks out against the Obama administration and the Pentagon's hostility towards the chaplains serving those serving us all in uniform.
Coakley is Wrong to Champion 'Chip and PIN' Fits-All-Solution
Martha Mary Coakley, recently hired at the liberal Boston law and lobbying firm Foley Hoag, has come out swinging for mandatory Chip-and-PIN systems for debit and credit cards.
Differences Between Left and Right: Part I
Most Americans hold either liberal or conservative positions on most matters. In many instances, however, they would be hard pressed to explain their position or the position they oppose.
The Decline of Christian America
"This is a Christian nation," said the Supreme Court in 1892.
The Newest Nixon
Call her Hillary Rodham Nixon, for there are times when she seems to have learned the old master's routines line by line, evasion by evasion.
The End of History
Think of a glorious, leaf-strewn fall afternoon on a football weekend in what was then a small university town in the Midwest, and how you could hear the roar of the crowd in Tiger Stadium clear across little Columbia, Mo., as it echoed and re-echoed.
US-Iranian Cooperation on Islamic State Problem Makes Sense
The fight against the Islamic State is making for some odd bedfellows -- namely, the U.S. and Iran. Perhaps that isn't a bad thing, as average Americans could be the ultimate beneficiaries.
Susan Stamper Brown:
The Left's Dumb and Dumber Wars
Reports coming out of Ramadi, Iraq and Palmyra, Syria convey hundreds of dead and burned bodies littering streets and thousands of people displaced and on the run.
Religious Rights vs. Gay Rights: Not Mutually Exclusive
I am Catholic and conservative, and I believe the time has come for conservatives and the LBGTQ community to compromise and unite against our common foes.
Where Are All The Gay Marriages?
Ireland has just had a national referendum that passed a constitutional amendment to legalize gay marriage. Same sex couples can already get married in 36 states, and next month the Supreme Court is likely to recognize a right to gay marriage under the Constitution.
Wanted--U.S. President. No Experience Necessary.
If America ought to learn anything from the presidency of Barack Hussein Obama, its that inexperience may be a handicap, but unpatriotic sentiment is fatal to the body politic.
Driving With the Crazies
So Memorial Day is over. You had a great time with whomever, but let me guessit was not so great on the highway, when about 100 million others joined you on the asphalt jungle.
Janet Yellen's Back-to-the-'50s Interest Rates
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen told us recently that the target for the federal funds rate will be raised slightly later this year.
Journalism's Sorry State
I don't know why everyone is so up in arms that alleged newsman George Stephanopoulos donated $75,000 to a private foundation co-owned and operated by a woman who hopes to be president.