Jacqueline Jackson broke her leg. It was August, and she and her husband, the Reverend Jessie Jackson, were visiting the Ivory Coast. Without warning, a performance stage collapsed under the weight of dancers and somehow Jackie Jackson was injured.
The reason Sarah Palin resigned her post as Governor of Alaska is really no mystery. And yet we must make it one. A person can never be taken at her word.
There is a pattern to President Barack Obama’s public policies. Generally they are the opposite of what makes sense, but delivered in an oh-so-smooth manner, we almost believe him—and 58 percent of the population still seems to.
It would take a missile’s laser focus to cut through the confusion and conflict concerning the murder of late-term abortionist, Dr. George Tiller.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s commitment to her own personal interpretation of the Constitution could have devastating consequences on everyday Americans, and here’s why.
The mighty American oak may soon be pruned down to size. And the “Association of Community Organizers Now”—or ACORN—could accomplish it all.
Totalitarian movements have always destroyed their enemies. Peter the Great of Russia murdered members of the Streltsy military corps by taking the ax of the executioner to cut off their heads one by one himself.
“On moral issues I come out very clear,” declared Rick Warren when writing in the safety of his office. But when confronted by homosexual friends and Larry King this week, he folded just like Peter
AIG executives have been harassed and threatened … not just by fellow Americans, but by the government that’s supposed to be bailing them out.
The show began with a flashback of a lesbian and her mother discussing the daughter’s upcoming “marriage” on The Tyra Banks Show.
It is a stunning story. Two thousand people, lined up in the cold for hours, waiting to get inside the Wal-Mart of Valley Stream, New York.
No one can be surprised that a messiah figure promising change beat a senator flailing at earmarks. No one cared about John McCain’s earmarks, my friend. No one was inspired by his insistence that Barack Obama was an “honorable” man or assured by his dismissal of “some old terrorist,” named William Ayers.
I was in Mae Sot, Thailand, with geckos scampering up the wall, watching American kids dance out their sexual fantasies on MTV.
It was the annual “Summerfest” in a community about 60 miles west of Chicago. We were expecting rides and cotton candy, but were greeted instead by tractors and a pork chop dinner.
“Define rich,” challenged Rick Warren, Senior Pastor of Saddleback Church and host of the Saddleback “Civil Forum on the Presidency.”
The recent rescue of 15 hostages from a Colombian jungle was a shot in the arm for a world weary of terrorists.
Highly respected Catholic professor at Pepperdine School of Law, Douglas Kmiec is also effusive in his support of Obama.
As thousands swoon at Barack Obama's rallies, I have watched with agitation and concern.
“What are you so afraid of?” a caller to my Chicago radio show asked. “Green” is a veteran with two sons serving in Iraq.