The purveyors of porn have got to be chuffed after watching Memphis school kids hump (en masse) both the floor and each other during Mitchell High School’s “talent show” this month.
In one afternoon, the Appropriations Committee approved amnesty for 1.35 million illegal alien agricultural workers, and made available an additional 650,000 skilled and unskilled foreign guest workers over the next three years.
By one vote, the California Supreme Court today rejected the expressed will of Californians to limit marriage to a man and a woman.
Besides restoring Jewish sovereignty, the establishment of the State of Israel embodied many subsidiary miracles, from the creation of the first Jewish army since Roman times to the only recorded instance of the resurrection of a dead language.
Recently on a talk radio show, the guest, a Democrat, said there was little difference in policy between John McCain and the two Democrats running for President.
Did you know…Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican? Every civil rights law, beginning in the 1860s through the 1950s and 1960s, was fought against by Democrats? Or the KKK had links to the Democratic Party?
In another recent example of a Republican-leaning congressional seat in the Deep South going Democrat, the battle to replace Mississippi Congressman Roger Wicker proved bad news for the GOP.
The political “hot button” issues of guns and judges have become intertwined in this election year.
Robert Rauschenberg made a living turning art into junk. I’m sorry. The media script has it the other way around.
Last week several prominent evangelical scholars and leaders unveiled a document called The Evangelical Manifesto.
This campaign just won't quit. It just goes on and on, like the drone of Fox and CNN.
When my father came from Germany as a 19-year old the very first thing he did was to enroll in a class taught at a local public school to learn English.
Townhall.com is pleased to offer an exclusive look at Chapter One of Yon’s new book, Moment of Truth in Iraq.
It gives me great alarm to see the contract for the next USAF tanker going to an overseas country.
There’s something fishy in the Farm Bill, and taxpayers should beware. It’s a $170 million earmark for the salmon industry, quietly tucked into the mammoth bill at the last minute by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Rep. Mike Thompson (D-CA).
Kansas will have a proposition on the November ballot that could send shock waves into the tenure of state court judges.
It takes no great insight to grasp the symbolism behind Reverend Al Sharpton's choice of Memphis as the site to mark the 40th anniversary of the death of Martin Luther King this past April.
Most American papers, including The Chronicle, ran stories about the Danish Cartoon controversy, but chose not to reprint the cartoons.
In 1928, when some Southern Democrats balked at voting for their party's presidential nominee, Al Smith, a Catholic, incensed party loyalists popularized the saying, "I'd vote for a yellow dog if he ran on the Democratic ticket."
Freedom of speech and inquiry have long been cherished principles in America.
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