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Nate Jackson / Aug. 19, 2015

What Really Constitutes Human Life?

The latest video from the Center for Medical Progress.

Jordan Candler / Aug. 19, 2015

For Soros, Coal Stocks Are Suddenly a Hot Commodity

Hypocrisy from environmental blowhards isn't new.

Dan Gilmore / Aug. 19, 2015

Oregon Cake Baker Sends Cakes to LGBT Activists

You would not see this display during the struggle for civil rights.

Nate Jackson / Aug. 19, 2015

Scott Walker's ObamaCare Replacement

Step one: Repeal ObamaCare. Step two: Replace it with market reforms.

Dan Gilmore / Aug. 19, 2015

Sen. Menendez to Vote Against Obama's Iran Deal

But it might not be enough.

Mark Alexander / Aug. 19, 2015

It Was Called 'Operation Wetback'

The Wall Street Journal forgets some history.

Dan Gilmore / Aug. 19, 2015

EPA Targets Oil and Gas Industry With Methane Regs

The rule disregards human motivation and the EPA's own data on methane.

Nate Jackson / Aug. 19, 2015

Tuskegee Airman Robbed, Carjacked by Black Thugs

Black lives matter, right? Not to some other blacks.

Paul Albaugh / Aug. 19, 2015

Rubio's College Reform: Any Other Republicans Care to Engage the Issue?

Hillary has a bad plan for rising tuition costs. The GOP needs an answer.

Dan Gilmore / Aug. 18, 2015

About the TSA's Full Body Scanners...

It's a pity, as the government spent $120 million to adopt the body scanners.

Jordan Candler / Aug. 18, 2015

25,000 Families Abusing Public Housing System

And the government has no plans to address the issue.

Mark Alexander / Aug. 18, 2015

Smithsonian Defends Margaret Sanger Bust

And keeps the eugenist in the "Struggle for Justice" exhibit.

Nate Jackson / Aug. 18, 2015

IRS Hack Was Far Worse Than Thought

An additional 220,000 people had information stolen.

Dan Gilmore / Aug. 18, 2015

Two Women Graduate From Army Ranger Training

Is the nation ready to place women on the rolls of the Selective Service?

Nate Jackson / Aug. 18, 2015

Democrats Poison the Water Hole

"Do you have grandchildren who drink water?" Pelosi wants to know.

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