NationalReview.com Editor Charles Cooke called the story “a deliberate attempt to get a guy fired for mocking the very position you’re accusing him of holding.”
Trump promised "jobs jobs jobs" - and that is exactly what he is delivering.
For all China’s economic advances, it remains a brutal, dehumanizing tyranny in which the ruling Communist Party would rather destroy people than give them a genuine say in their government.
Are pro-lifers in bed with white supremacists?
With the decision last week by a California appeals court to reverse the conviction of Kate Steinle’s killer on a jury instruction technicality, California’s law-abiding residents are freshly reminded of how cheaply California’s sanctuary state lawmakers value our lives in comparison to the interests of illegal immigrants.
Fear not America, Bernie Sanders will not become our 46th president.
Is the biggest threat to our democracy a foreign government? Or is it something much closer to home?
God expects us to work – at the office, factory, farm field, school or wherever we work. When we do it well it brings glory to God.
Since it became a federal holiday in 1894, Labor Day has honored the labor union movement, American workers and the important work they do. As a Christian, I believe that God has given each person a unique vocation – an appointed kind of work. Honoring workers honors the work that God gives us.
On this Labor Day we should be thankful to our American workers – not just for what they engineer, build, grow and produce, but also for our freedom.
The only way to unite America and heal our divides is for all of us to stop focusing on our differences and end the personal attacks and perpetual emotional outrage.
When you become talented at recognizing your gifts, life truly blooms.
America’s businesses and corporations have a powerful new tool to help ensure no member of our Armed Forces is left behind by the modern economy.
If I’m honest with myself, many of my working experiences were made memorable because of my own incompetence and even bad judgement.
How much would you be willing to accept in cash to give up free speech or natural parks?
Based on our experience in 12 communities across the country, we offer the following suggestions for those in Dorian’s path:
I think I'm drawn to the place because it reminds me of childhood, of diners and mom-and-pop places, not to mention home-cooked meals with my family.
It would be short-sighted to favor an empty deal that would scrap the chance for Iranians to stand up to their government for significant and long-lasting changes.
Somehow, we have lost touch with the value of college and the necessity of learning in our lives.
Red tape is making it more costly for Americans to purchase homes.