President Donald Trump’s 50-percent approval rating shows that at least half of “Likely U.S. Voters” in a recognized national poll are happy with his job performance – 5 percentage points higher than former President Barack Obama’s approval rating of 45 percent registered on the same date during his term.
A conservative political consultant says sound thought and reasoning – not emotion – should prevail when it comes to drafting new policies governing access to guns.
Republicans will get pummeled in the 2018 midterm elections if conservatives choose to stay home, says a veteran conservative activist.
While addressing the United Nations Security Council Tuesday, Palestinian Authority (P.A.) President Mahmoud Abbas threatened the United States that the Palestinians would unleash a litany of Islamic terrorists if the Trump administration cuts tens of million of dollars in funding originally planned to go toward Palestinian “refugees.”
A gun rights advocate says Democrats hoping to energize their base after a tragic school shooting may be energizing gun owners instead.
Records show an increasing number of people in Belgium are being euthanized without having agreed to it.
The decision by a grade school in New York to postpone its father-daughter dance is being described as another example of authorities kowtowing to the demands of the radical homosexual agenda.
An upcoming Supreme Court case will determine whether government workers have to give a portion of their paycheck to a union.
A 12-year-old boy in Norway is back at home after being removed from his home by police because his parents chose homeschooling.
A federal report on immigration from Africa to the United States reveals that under the Obama administration, the diversity visa lottery exploded to 50 percent of the program’s total immigrant population – a 21-percent increase from 1995.
A controversy is brewing over a Trump administration idea that would limit food purchases by food stamp recipients but save the federal program billions of dollars.
After years of legal battles, a school board in Colorado has abruptly ended its school voucher program.
Pro-life citizens of New Jersey are questioning the wisdom of their new governor who has chosen to reinstate funding for Planned Parenthood.
A major university in North Carolina presented its first-ever "Sex Week" event this week with a salacious series of workshops that's being put on with the help of taxpayer Title IX money. (Caution: This story contains references that some may find offensive.)
The Republican Party in Kansas has passed a resolution on human sexual identity that affirms God's design for gender but that homosexual activists are calling "anti-science."
The Trump administration is looking to the past to help people get health insurance today.
It was a controversial ruling an Ohio judge said was best for a transgender teenager but the decision is making headlines after the parents were left behind.
A new report released by a group dedicated to securing health freedom is voicing its concerns about efforts involving national identification.