Idaho In No Rush To Remove Traditional Marriage Amendment From Constitution Idaho In No Rush To Remove Traditional Marriage Amendment From Constitution

Team Clinton: Yes, We're 'Worried' About Bernie Team Clinton: Yes, We're 'Worried' About Bernie

Sen. Baldwin: First Amendment Applies To Institutions of Faith, ‘But I Don’t Think It Extends Far Beyond That’ Sen. Baldwin: First Amendment Applies To Institutions of Faith, ‘But I Don’t Think It Extends Far Beyond That’

Ron Paul Ron Paul: For Normal Relations With Cuba, End U.S. Interventionism

Last week we saw an encouraging sign that the 50 year cold war between the U.S. and Cuba was finally coming to an end. President Obama announced on Wednesday that the U.S. and Cuba would restore full diplomatic relations and that embassies could be re-opened in each country by the end of the month.

Byron York Byron York: Will Slippery Slope Follow Confederate Flag Battle?

Some conservatives have seen efforts to remove the Confederate battle flag from the statehouse in Columbia, South Carolina, and also from other public places around the South, as the beginning of a slippery slope in which roads and landmarks named after Confederate figures are changed, monuments are removed, and a significant part of American history is obscured from view.

Mike Adams Mike Adams: Studies Majors: Higher Education’s New Special Ed

Friends dont let friends major in anything ending in the word studies.

Katie Kieffer Katie Kieffer: I Know What Lois Lerner Did Last Summer

I know her secret, I know shes scared, and I know what she did last summer.

Ken Blackwell Ken Blackwell: Battle Lines for Religious Liberty and Same Sex Marriage Set

The Constitution does not force Christians to choose between being able to put food on the table versus being faithful to their cherished beliefs.

Rachel Alexander Rachel Alexander: SCOTUS Turns Down Former Rep. Rick Renzi’s Appeal of Legal Assault

A week ago the Supreme Court turned down an appeal from former Republican Congressman Rick Renzi, who began serving a three-year prison term in February.

Suzanne Fields Suzanne Fields: Absurdities and Outrage Rippled Through the Culture

That was a strange week, with intersecting conversations between and among Americans trying to absorb mind-crashing events that fed high and lowbrow attitudes, populist and patrician criticisms, sophisticated and naive pronouncements. There were absurdities and abominations, a massacre and amazing grace. Politics was writ large, accompanied by the rumble of rhetoric shaped to fit the emotional tyranny of the moment rather than great truths of the past.

Liz Harrison Liz Harrison: How to Stop Some Feminist Whining

HBO's Last Week Tonight with John Oliver resurrected piles of news footage on the fact that women are harassed on the Internet.

Rich Galen Rich Galen: It's All Greek To Me

Over one-in-five Greeks is over 65 (and receiving a pension) but to feed those pension funds requires a thriving workforce. Youth unemployment in Greece is 49.7 percent.

Michael Brown Michael Brown: Oregon Declares War On Christian Faith

Arthur  Schaper Arthur Schaper : Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner: Stands Ground in Shut-down Showdown

A shrewd and savvy businessman willing to do what is right, not necessarily popular, Rauner is facing off against a supermajority Democratic legislature (the Democrats held their seats in the 2014 election), which has chosen to embrace a shut-down showdown in Springfield. With no budget, and July first come and gone, Illinois state operations have entered a partial stop.

Brian Birdnow Brian Birdnow: Paul Ryan’s Thin Gruel?

Congressman Ryan was not, as some have supposed, counseling surrender in the health care fight. He was advising the conservatives that they must take the long view, and give the Obamacare architects enough time, and dynamite, to blow themselves up.

D.W. Wilber D.W. Wilber: Droning On

Chalk up another bad guy for the Obama Administration as reports indicate yet another terrorist leader bites the dust as the result of an American drone attack.

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