Eva Longoria's new animated show portrays men as misogynists.
What does it say about a president whose major piece of legislation becomes the country’s longest running joke? Maybe that our commander-in-chief can command a comedy club better than a country.
Another famous actor proudly reveals he's conservative.
The pro-life House Bill 2 in Texas is already making a profound impact.
Conservative wisdom from someone who lives in a pineapple under the sea.
Pro-life leaders have faith in Sen. Lindsey Graham's ability to lead national pro-life legislation.
His Democratic colleagues ignored him. Others even mocked him. But, now congressmen who accused him of fear mongering are holding their tongues, for everything Senator Mike Enzi (R-Wy.) predicted about Obamacare has turned out to be true.
Writing in the Jerusalem Post, Representative Michele Bachmann condemns the Obama administration for its constant pressure on Israel to make concessions.
What was scarier than those ghouls and goblins walking down your street this Halloween weekend? Pro-choice advocates rereading aloud all 212 pages of Texas State Senator Wendy Davis’s pro-abortion filibuster.
Before Virginia voters go to the polls Tuesday to vote for their next governor, it's time to set the record straight about Ken Cuccinelli.
“Yippie aye ay, yippie ay o.” A catchy tune from the man hoping to be Fairfax, VA’s newest sheriff.
"Anyone who thinks streamlining health care into an integrated system would go smoothly deserves a queef in their face." So spoke one character on Comedy Central’s South Park Wednesday.
HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius refuses to remark on whether Americans will be forced to pay for abortions under Obamacare.
Freedom-loving Virginians explain why they're voting for Ken Cuccinelli for governor.
Today in Fairfax, Virginia, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli rallied the crowd eight days before the statewide gubernatorial election.
Terry McAuliffe's pledge to deny any regulations on abortion facilities is dangerous for women, especially after the discovery that an abortion clinic in Virginia had "blood-stained walls."
The Network of Enlightened Women, a conservative alternative to college feminist groups, celebrates its ninth anniversary.
Ironically, Planned Parenthood is often invited to college wellness fairs. At one wellness in Iowa, the abortion providing organization even urged a young woman to go to their clinic to take the dangerous drug RU-486.
When Hillary Clinton spoke to an auditorium full of students and supporters at the University at Buffalo Wednesday night, one attendee thought it an opportune time to make the former Secretary of State accountable for the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012, which left four Americans dead.
Local officials decided to let residents move back to the infamous contaminated site called "Love Canal," leaving environmental activists outraged.
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