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    Court Pulls Rank on Military Trans Ban
    January 04, 2019

    Activist judges have been on a mission to expand the influence of the courts in America for the last half-century, but they may have just crossed a red line. The courts have decided a lot of things -- but how the president runs the military isn't one of them. (continue reading...)


    Pelosi Overseas Abortion on First Day
    January 04, 2019

    New Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said no to the border wall -- but yes to tearing down the one between taxpayers and abortion. That was the state of play on Day 1 of the 116th Congress, a rude awakening for any American who cares about the sanctity of life. (continue reading...)


    Today in Congress: Nancy Drew the Gavel
    January 03, 2019

    If there's one piece of advice Democrat Gene Green would give the new House majority, it's this: "Don't get too comfortable." The American people can snatch the gavel away from Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) just as quickly as they gave it, the outgoing congressman cautioned. And based on the agenda Democrats are unveiling, that may not be as far-fetched as it seems. (continue reading...)


    On the Knights' Stand...
    January 03, 2019

    Picking up trash and donating school supplies used to be considered good deeds. Now, they could disqualify you from public service! That's the absurd conclusion of at least two Democratic senators, who are holding one judicial nominee hostage for daring to help a couple of Catholic charities. (continue reading...)


    Military at Ease with Trump Policy
    January 03, 2019

    Thanks to President Trump, the military is finally fighting something other than culture wars. And according to a new survey from the Smithsonian magazine, the American people aren't the only ones who are grateful. So, it turns out, are his troops. (continue reading...)


    Open & Shutdown: 2019 Starts with a Stoppage
    January 02, 2019

    In this new year of 2019, one old acquaintance that won't be forgotten is the partial government shutdown of December 2018. As many Americans headed off to spend Christmas vacations with friends and family, Congress worked on a short-term deal to fund the government.  (continue reading...)


    Opportunity Knocks for EEOC Pick
    January 02, 2019

    While many Americans were busy wrapping and unwrapping Christmas gifts, another controversy emerged in Washington concerning the possible re-nomination of liberal activist Chai Feldblum, current member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission seeking a third term. (continue reading...)


    Hope Restored for Syria's Christians?
    January 02, 2019

    Just before Christmas, it appeared the United States was on the verge of quickly withdrawing remaining U.S. troops from Syria, a move which would have thrown the safety, security, and religious freedom of the area into doubt. Now, thankfully, the quick withdrawal isn't so sure. (continue reading...)


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