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    The Socialist Media Generation
    January 14, 2019

    It's been almost 15 years since the country was first introduced to the charismatic 43-year-old Illinois state senator named Barack Obama. When the dad of two took the stage at the Democratic National Convention in Boston, young people were especially captivated. They climbed aboard the bandwagon that took America on a sharp left turn, never understanding the danger that his radicalism posed to America. (continue reading...)

    In Case of Emergency, Build Wall?
    January 11, 2019

    It was just last week that Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) promised the American people that her House would be "bipartisan and unifying." Eight days later, there isn't a scrap of evidence she meant it. After 20 days of waiting at the negotiating table, President Trump is considering going it alone on the border wall. (continue reading...)

    An American Statesman in Egypt
    January 11, 2019

    The world is a different place from 2009, when Barack Obama made his first trip to Egypt. When the 44th president stopped at the American University in Cairo, he was just kicking off his apology tour. Ten years later, Secretary Mike Pompeo is on campus, making it quite clear that the only thing America should be apologizing for are the mistakes of the last administration. (continue reading...)

    Women's Rights and Wrongs
    January 11, 2019

    The deadline for ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) passed back in 1982. But that hasn't deterred its latest crop of activists. Down in Virginia, a tag-team of liberal extremists and feminists are joining forces to bring the famous piece of 70s propaganda back from the grave. And this time, they're making it quite clear that the campaign has more to do with abortion than anything else. (continue reading...)

    Back to the Drawing Border
    January 10, 2019

    If the Democrats wouldn't talk, then President Trump decided to go to the people who would: the men and women protecting America's border. Earlier this afternoon, the president touched down in Texas for his first on-the-ground briefing since last March. This time around, things are different. (continue reading...)

    Religious Freedom: Let the Gains Begin
    January 10, 2019

    Twenty years ago, when the first ambassador at large for religious freedom was confirmed, Robert Seiple joked later, "It was just me and the vacuum cleaner." And, he laughed, "I was grateful for that sweeper, because that office needed it!"  (continue reading...)

    FRC in the Spotlight...
    January 10, 2019

    If you missed my interview on this morning's "Fox & Friends" about the conservative censorship of some of the big social media platforms, check it out below. (continue reading...)

    An Obamacare Fee-for-All
    January 10, 2019

    If anyone has a full mailbox, it's HHS Secretary Alex Azar. Republicans and Democrats are keeping the agency chief in reading material with a set of dueling letters over a new rule that would finally bring some transparency to the taxpayer-funded abortion debate. And that's exactly what the far-Left doesn't want! (continue reading...)

    Trump: National Security Is Worth Wall
    January 9, 2019

    At first, Maria Salinas didn't understand why her guide was offering her birth control. Of all the things she could take on her trip through the desert, why this? Later on, she says, it made sense. The money she paid to get to the U.S. border was nothing, she found out, compared to the real cost. (continue reading...)

    Planned Parenthood: This True Shall Pass
    January 9, 2019

    Planned Parenthood's new president has one thing going for her: she isn't shying away from the truth. Now that Leana Wen's taken over for Cecile Richards, she's finally admitting what the rest of us knew all along. Planned Parenthood may talk about a lot of issues, but it only really cares about one -- abortion. (continue reading...)

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