This City Council Member Could be Prosecuted for Upholding Biblical Marriage

First the Lifestyle Left reappropriated the symbol of the rainbow. Now, it's threatening to prosecute a city council member for daring to point the fact out. On Tuesday, the Newport Beach, California, City Council voted 4-3 to condemn an e-mail sent by Councilman Scott Peotter. His offense? He pointed out that the rainbow had been instituted by God after Noah's flood as a sign that He would … [Read more...]

Will Obama Betray Armenian Christians on Easter Sunday?

by Ben Johnson I never thought I would write these words but -- God bless Kim Kardashian. On her website, nestled beneath announcements of Belle Noel's spring collection and "Jenny McCarthy's fearless ShoeDazzle Shoe!" is a blog entry entitled, "Time to Recognize the Armenian Genocide." In it, the reality show star reminds the world of one of the twentieth century's earliest, and most … [Read more...]

Impeach Obama Protester Attacked

Calling for the impeachment of Barack Obama is not only a lonely and thankless task, it can also be a dangerous one. San Francisco's CBS affiliate is reporting two people attacked a 29-year-old man holding an "Impeach Obama" sign on Monday morning in the city's North Panhandle district. Eyewitnesses say the man peacefully protested on Fell Street when a man and woman ripped the man's sign, threw … [Read more...]

The ($50 Billion) Road to Serfdom

The cornerstone of Obama's Labor Day speech before a union audience was a $50 billion transfer of wealth from taxpayers to Big Labor. Porkulus 3.0 will not create jobs for years (if at all), but it will raise gasoline prices Aside from taking time to feel sorry for himself, Obama unveiled a proposal to spend $50 billion on roads and infrastructure, which he promised "will not only create jobs … [Read more...]

Sotomayor’s Racialist Judicial Activism

This article originally appeared as the weekend lead for Friday, June 26, 2009. Five months later, it was chosen for inclusion in Opposing Viewpoints, America's Prisons, vol. 2. The inclusion is a special honor for me. Not only is the Opposing Viewpoints series in nearly every high school library in the country, but it provides an invaluable service: fairly representing conflicting views on an … [Read more...]

An American Renaissance Man

On Saturday evening, the physical life of Jack Kemp came to an end, but his contributions to American political and intellectual life have never been more timely. An advocate of a strong economy, missile defense, and broadening the base of the Republican Party by including minorities, Kemp’s past may prove the conservative movement’s prologue. A man as forward-looking as Kemp would appreciate … [Read more...]