Just as the Heartland Institute wrapped up its 12th annual “International Conference on Climate Change” in Washington, D.C., this past March, a government watchdog organization reactivated a scandal that substantiates the arguments […]
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History informs us that the party holding the White House typically loses the governor’s races held the year after the presidential election.
Somehow the Irish are omitted from the discussion when the political class in Washington D.C. speaks of “comprehensive immigration reform.”
When White House counselor Kellyanne Conway appeared on “Fox and Friends” in early February, she told viewers they should consider buying Ivanka Trump’s product lines.
There’s a partial answer to America’s current immigration mess in the form of a law that’s already on the books.
FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS affirmative action, coalition for peace action, Donald Trump, executive order, first 100 days, immigrant ban, kevin mooney, muslim ban, proposition 209, rally against the muslim ban and bigotry, supreme court, travel ban, Trump
Travel Ban Opponents who Advocate for Talented Students Should Lobby to Reform Affirmative Action Policies
Citizen activists who are opposed to President Trump’s executive orders crafted to protect the nation from terrorists say the measures are both counterproductive and un-American.
George Washington was a committed Christian – not a deist as some have suggested – according to historians who took part in a celebration marking the Founding Father’s birthday.
Repeat after me. “Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is not a pollutant, it is the stuff of life.” That’s the message the CO2 Coalition, a new, independent, nonprofit group, is working to drive home. […]
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Scientists and self-described “science enthusiasts” who plan to march against President Trump in a few weeks would be well-advised to take a hard look at revelations that temperature data has been manipulated.
Democratic Party, FEATURED CONTRIBUTORS AFGJ, Alliance for Global Justice, black lives matter, Capital Research Center, Chuck Kaufman, Democracy Alliance, Disrupt J20, DisruptJ20, George Soros, inauguration day protest, kelly kullberg, Matthew Vadum, MoveOn, Not my president, Occupy Inauguration Boston, open society Foundations, Open Society Institute, Refuse Fascism, Resist Trump, Trump Tower Inauguration Day Protest, Washington D.C., Women's March
In the world of far-left political activism, George Soros needs no introduction.
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West Chester Township, Ohio, is now ground zero in the ongoing legal battle over local right-to-work laws, which labor unions are seeking to either block or overturn.
Remembering George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, and the “10 Crucial Days” of the American Revolution
Travel back in time 240 years to the colonial period in New Jersey where George Washington and his Continental Army achieved a series of major victories.
George W. Bush hasn’t received a lot of credit and recognition in recent political cycles. But in the fullness of time, history will certainly credit him and his administration for interjecting openness, […]
Evangelical Christians who supported Donald Trump in overwhelming numbers were driven in large part by their antipathy for his opponent and by their concern for the U.S. Supreme Court, according to public […]
Calling all history buffs with an interest in the American founding period. If you are fortunate enough to visit Washington Crossing Park during the Christmas season, you are sure to encounter historical […]