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    November 25, 2015

    Giving Thanks

    Tomorrow many Americans will gather with family and friends around a dinner table that will contain a feast that would have been the envy of many kings and princes in ages past. Despite the political, economic, and cultural challenges we face under the failed and hostile policies of the Obama administration, we are still blessed to live in the United States of America. The Apostle Paul reminded

    November 24, 2015

    Finding Riders for This Omnibus

    When the House and Senate fly back from Thanksgiving, they'll get to work carving up something else: the federal budget. Although some of the heavy lifting is out of the way with last month's two-year budget deal, GOP leaders have a big job to do before having themselves a merry little Christmas. With government spending set to expire on December 12, Congress is barreling through the

    November 19, 2015

    Haven Forbid? U.S. Debates Refugee Crisis

    If President Obama thinks a religious test is shameful for refugees, then he has a lot to be ashamed of. His own administration has been discriminating at an amazingly fast clip over the past two months -- and against the population posing the smallest threat to American safety: Christians. After its jaw-dropping findings earlier this week, CNSNews also crunched the numbers from the last month

    November 18, 2015

    No Tenure for Tolerance

    America’s universities used to care about critical thinking. Now they’re just critical -- toward conservative thinking. Last week, we talked about Carol Swain, the African-American professor under fire for suggesting that radical Islam was a threat to security. (A theory the French would now certainly support.) Turns out, she isn’t the only one making waves on college

    November 17, 2015

    Refugees Are Syria's Business for U.S.

    More than four million Syrian refugees have poured into Europe since the start of the country’s war five years ago. But it only took one of them to change Paris forever. Three days after the tragedy in France rocked the world, officials have confirmed that at least one of the terrorists snuck into the country posing as a Syrian refugee. That revelation, combined with fresh fears that

    November 13, 2015

    Swain's World

    Universities are supposed to be a place to exchange ideas -- not silence them. Tell that to Vanderbilt, where a hypersensitive student body is demanding the head of a conservative black professor for daring to challenge their opinion on politics. For Dr. Carol Swain, this institutionalized prejudice is nothing new. As an African American woman, she's been threatened, protested, and verbally

    November 10, 2015

    Byrd Watching: GOP Eyes Rule on Planned Parenthood

    The most important vote on the bill to defund Planned Parenthood isn't a senator's -- it's the parliamentarian's! Until now, most Americans had probably never heard of Elizabeth MacDonough, who, for all practical purposes, is the Senate's referee. The first-ever woman to hold the job, parliamentarian MacDonough will have the weight of the House's budget reconciliation bill on her shoulders when

    November 09, 2015

    Holy Land Wholly Enlightening

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Barack Obama met today in the Oval office for a meeting that onlookers called "cordial." The public side of the meeting seemed uneventful, as Netanyahu reaffirmed his support for a two-state solution with conditions, and Obama said he was committed to expanded military aid to Israel. Despite what happened today, the participants on FRC's

    November 06, 2015

    Bumper Drive Leads to Repeat O-fenders

    The buzz is usually about who’s in police cars – not what’s on them. But that’s all changed after the explosion of the national motto bumper stickers cropping up on vehicles across the country. No one knows exactly how it started, but since mid-summer, it’s become a national phenomenon. In Illinois, Kentucky, North Carolina, Missouri, Texas, Florida, and other

    November 05, 2015

    A Proposition We Could Refuse...

    The city that launched a hundred missions pulled off one of its biggest Tuesday, when Houston downed anti-freedom Proposition 1. The measure that sparked millions of dollars in ads, rallies, and public outcry was soundly rejected, blindsiding liberals who wrongly believed the country was on board with their social extremism. Now, barely 48 hours after the 61-39% drubbing, the mainstream media

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