We’re joined this week by Fox News contributor and columnist Kirsten Powers to discuss her new book.
The federal government has unilaterally decided that it can and should tell us how to live our lives. If we object, it threatens, “Fight this, and we’ll ruin you.”
How certain states’ voting districts are gerrymandered into racially homogeneous zones and law suits challenging race-based legislation in the courts.
Neighborhoods matter because culture matters. Middle-class families have always known this, which is why so many parents move to the suburbs in pursuit of safer streets, better schools and shared values.
The American Friends Service Committee has been hijacked by radicals. In an essay regarding the ongoing violence in Baltimore, the group comes perilously close not only to rationalizing but also excusing violence.
On this issue, many Democrats are out of step with public opinion. Rand Paul is right that reporters who avoid questioning them about that are remiss in their journalistic duty.
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Ask Democrats tough questions about abortion, and their extremism on the issue becomes obvious.
The original RFRA was a good and just law that had absolutely nothing to do with gays. It was introduced in the House by Charles E. Schumer (D-NY). It passed on a voice vote in the House and by 97 to 3 in the Senate. President Clinton signed it into law without controversy.
Infographic on public opinion on police in the United States.