Court warned diversity rule could make supporting marriage ‘unethical’

State considering new requirement for lawyers that would limit speech, religion Oct 19, 2019   Judicial officials in Iowa are considering a new rule that would limit the speech and religious rights of lawyers. “Protections for lawyers’ freedom of speech and free exercise of religion are at risk in Iowa,” said Matt Heffron, a lawyer … More Court warned diversity rule could make supporting marriage ‘unethical’

AUDIO Secretary Ben Carson: America’s Dr. Politically Incorrect

October 25, 2019  By Tony Perkins   “This whole concept of political correctness … it’s going to destroy our nation.” That was the no-nonsense response of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson to Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) earlier this week. Wexton was trying for a “gotcha” moment in a congressional hearing when she asked Dr. … More AUDIO Secretary Ben Carson: America’s Dr. Politically Incorrect

VIDEO Dennis Prager challenges PC and PG-13 rating for his documentary

Free-speech film’s animation deemed ‘way to strong and violent’   Animated scene from “No Safe Spaces” that gave the film a PG-13 (Courtesy “No Safe Spaces”) Author and radio talk-show host Dennis Prager is protesting the PG-13 rating given to his upcoming film with comedian-podcaster Adam Carolla about the erosion of First Amendment rights in … More VIDEO Dennis Prager challenges PC and PG-13 rating for his documentary

What media won’t tell you about Trump and China

Curtis Ellis cites 7 examples of Beijing’s predatory practices When President Donald J. Trump announced the U.S. would impose a 25 percent border tax on Chinese imports, he fulfilled the promise he made to the American people to put America First. His action shows we have a president who is standing up for the working … More What media won’t tell you about Trump and China

Campus Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Be Offensive

May 3, 2019 By Dr. Jerry Newcombe     Question: If you believe in the traditional Judeo-Christian sex ethic—that no one should have sex apart from the bonds of holy matrimony (between a man and a woman)—should you be disqualified from making a presentation at a college campus? Apparently, some key student leaders at Cornell … More Campus Commandment: Thou Shalt Not Be Offensive

Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Government

 Jan 17, 2019  by  Steve Byas From the Dakotas to Rhode Island to Kentucky, states are increasingly moving to use nullification as a method to curtail what they contend are unconstitutional actions by the U.S. government. Nullification is a political theory that has its origins in the very early years of the republic, championed by two … More Several States Invoking Nullification to Rein In Federal Government