VA Denies Iraq War Vet Medical Care Because They "Aren't Taking New Patients" VA Denies Iraq War Vet Medical Care Because They "Aren't Taking New Patients"

Terrific: Attorney In Charge of Releasing Lois Lerner "Lost" Emails Now In Charge of Hillary Clinton's Emails Terrific: Attorney In Charge of Releasing Lois Lerner "Lost" Emails Now In Charge of Hillary Clinton's Emails

The War on Marriage The War on Marriage

Congressman Marsha Blackburn Congressman Marsha Blackburn: Healthcare Solutions Begin with Innovators in Tennessee, Not Bureaucrats in Washington, DC

Welcome to Nashville, Mr. President. You will be warmly welcomed to our great state by people who both agree and disagree with you on the issue of your health care law.

Michelle Malkin Michelle Malkin: Fanning the Flames of Another Black Church Arson Hoax

America is still reeling from the horrific Charleston, S.C., massacre at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church that claimed the lives of nine innocent people.

John Stossel John Stossel: Heroes, Villains

Have you seen the new Jurassic Park movie, "Jurassic World?"

Walter E. Williams Walter E. Williams: A Minority View

The nation's demagogues and constitutionally ignorant are using the Charleston, South Carolina, AME church shooting to attack the Second Amendment's "right of the people to keep and bear Arms."

Todd Starnes Todd Starnes: EXCLUSIVE: County Clerk Resigns Instead of Issuing Gay Marriage Licenses

In the coming days, Christians will be forced to abandon their jobs in public service. Those who remain will be targeted with lawsuits and investigations from activists.

Brent Bozell Brent Bozell: The Media, the Court and the Slippery Sex Slope

Back in 2003, the Associated Press gave serious aid and comfort to a vicious campaign against Sen. Rick Santorum over an interview he granted them dealing with the gay rights issue.

Star Parker Star Parker: Fewer Traditional Values Means More Government

More unsettling than the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell v. Hodges directing states to recognize same-sex marriage is the reasoning that went into the decision.

Jonah Goldberg Jonah Goldberg: You Can't Compromise With Culture Warriors

By no means are social justice warriors always wrong. But they are untrustworthy, because they aren't driven by a philosophy so much as an insatiable appetite that cannot take yes for an answer.

Stephen Moore Stephen Moore: No, We Don't Need a Gas Tax Hike

It's summertime and that means millions of Americans will soon be cramming in the minivan for family vacation. But Congress may soon be raising the cost of those trips by increasing the federal gas tax.

Bob Barr Bob Barr: Retro PC Run Amok

Were the hit television series The Dukes of Hazzard filmed today rather than three decades ago, the authorities constantly chasing the Duke brothers around rural Georgia would not be a crooked county commissioner and a half-wit sheriff.

Ben Shapiro Ben Shapiro: The Real Goal of the Same-Sex Marriage Movement

The secular religion of the left has been set free to pursue its own crusade against the infidel.

Terry Jeffrey Terry Jeffrey: America Had More Married Couples With Kids in 1963 Than in 2014

There were more married couples with children in the United States in 1963 than there were in 2014, according to data published by the U.S. Census Bureau.

Joy  Overbeck Joy Overbeck: Thomas Jefferson Schools the Supremes

The occasion of our nations birthday is a good time to look back at where we started and where we are now; how the Founders envisioned our nation and how faithful we have been to that vision.

Austin Bay Austin Bay: Democracy, Whiskey, Sexy: Liberty Demands Responsibility

"Democracy! Whiskey! And Sexy!" an exuberant Iraqi yelled as American soldiers entered his hometown, the southern city of Najaf.

Paul Greenberg Paul Greenberg: In Greece's Tribulation, Shades of the 1930s

How little things change -- and how a lot does. It may all depend on leaders -- their quality, their vision, their temperament. The scenes in Greece would be familiar to any American caught in the low ebb of the Depression, like the panicky lines of depositors trying to get what's left of their money out of shuttered banks. It could be the United States in March of 1933 complete with a bank holiday in effect, and all wondering what happens next.

Donald Lambro Donald Lambro: Socialist Sanders Gains in Polls and Declared a "Real Threat" to Hillary for the 2016 Democratic Presidential Nominaton

If you Google Bernie Sanders, some surprising poll numbers will appear, showing the rumpled, self-described socialist gaining fast on Hillary Clinton in the race for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination.

Arthur  Schaper Arthur Schaper : Big Fat Greek Default

One of the founding cultures of Western Society, where the ancients prized learning independent of ethnic status, where rigorous inquiry flourished in spite of (and because of) the tyranny of the state (think Socrates), Greece has become the face and fallout of big government largesse, welfare state redistribution, and the failure of corruption and graft at the expense of a strong work ethic.

Jacob Sullum Jacob Sullum: Deferring to Congress, Roberts Takes Over Its Job: The Chief Justice Saves Obamacare by Rewriting the Law

Three years ago, Chief Justice John Roberts rewrote the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, a.k.a. Obamacare, to save a key provision that he believed would otherwise be unconstitutional. Last week he did it again, this time to make the law work better.

Ken Connor Ken Connor: Faith in Action

This young man was clearly full of bitterness and anger at a nation that had, in his warped view, gone terribly wrong. His solution was to commit an act of brutality so jarring and so provocative that it would incite bitterness, anger, and violence in others. His ultimate goal? A race war.

Frank Turek Frank Turek: Love Didn’t Win—It Was Redefined

Love wins is the hashtag of choice for those in support of the newest Supreme Court decision that passed that legislative body by a 5-4 vote.

Chris  Skates Chris Skates: A Time to Speak

The rulings of the Supreme Court on Obamacare and marriage were a case study in moral relativism and what the world looks like when it ignores moral absolutes.

Edward White Edward White: A Time For Resolve, Not Sunshine Patriotism

Many conservative Americans look at their country now and no longer recognize it.

Paige Lewis Paige Lewis: Against Extremism, Not Against Each Other

Dear Charleston, the past few weeks have been some of the longest and most distressing I can remember since Sept. 11, 2001.

Kathleen Hunker Kathleen Hunker: Federalism Rots Away Under King v. Burwell

The fallout from the latest Obamacare ruling, King v. Burwell, has carried on with all the typical stagecraft one would expect.

Jerry Newcombe Jerry Newcombe: So Much for the Constitution – Is America Now a Rudderless Ship?

In 1819, Jefferson spoke out against judicial activism, saying: "The Constitution is a mere thing of wax in the hands of the judiciary, which they may twist and shape into any form they please."

John Hawkins John Hawkins: Forget A Federal Marriage Amendment and Go For Religious Freedom Acts In All 50 States

The dilemma Christians and conservatives face after the Supreme Court's made-up-from-whole-cloth-instead-of-the-Constitution ruling on gay marriage is one that Machiavelli described over 500 years ago.

Thomas Sowell Thomas Sowell: Supreme Court Disasters

Many people are looking at the recent Supreme Court decisions about ObamaCare and same-sex marriage in terms of whether they think these are good or bad policies. That is certainly a legitimate concern, for both those who favor those policies and those who oppose them.

Mike Adams Mike Adams: Deep Thoughts On Flag Banning

Its not possible for me to write about First Amendment issues and refrain from weighing in on the current Confederate flag controversy that is brewing down in South Carolina.

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Mike Huckabee Vows Executive Orders to Protect Religious Freedom
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California Debates Assisted Suicide Bill, Conservatives Rush to Block It
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Instead of Taking Dangerous Birth Control Device Off Market, FDA Adds a Warning Label
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SCOTUS Ruling Keeps Texas Abortion Clinics Open Without New Regulations
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