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Editor’s Note: Onan cites the number of 3 million, but the total number of views of the speech across social media tops 60 million! That’s more than the number of people combined who watched the Republican debates! Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) is fed up with the way that both parties

Like Europe, we have to begin to look at the immigration to our country in a real light. We have to stop being so emotional and truly look at what is happening. It is a difficult task. I know many good people who have come to our country and been

Hillary Clinton is advancing Hussein Obama’s “Ban the Box” executive order, which would demand that job applicants not put down that they have a criminal history on a federal government job application. In a recent speech, Clinton voiced her opinion that former presidents would not have to declare their criminal

Last week, over 100 Democrats encouraged House leaders to end a ban on federal funding for gun violence research by the Center for Disease Control. One hundred and ten representatives signed a letter that was sent a letter to then Speaker of the House John Boehner and Nancy Pelosi calling

If this goes through, it could have impact on one of the foremost Muslim Brotherhood entities in the U.S.: Hamas-CAIR. According to an internal document entered into evidence in the largest terrorist funding trial in our nation’s history, Hamas-tied CAIR is a Muslim Brotherhood entity, working toward “eliminating and destroying

Houston voters turned out in record numbers on Tuesday to not only vote for a new mayor, but also to smack down the current lesbian mayor’s perverted bathroom bill, Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO). Proposition 1 (HERO) met an incredible, but not surprising defeat of almost two to one against

“Apparently, a democracy is a place where numerous elections are held at great cost without issues and with interchangeable candidates.”—Gore Vidal The countdown has begun. We now have less than one year until the 2016 presidential election, and you can expect to be treated to an earful of carefully crafted,

Ben Carson, as a corporate board member, supported aggressive sodomite rights policies at both Costco and Kellogg. This news, just surfacing this week, is bound to give social conservatives pause as they decide whom to back in the GOP primary process. Dr. Carson began serving on the Kellogg board in

Well, today is the big day in Houston as Proposition 1, the Bathroom Ordinance (Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO)), is on the ballot for voters. After more than year of the tyrannical deception of the City of Houston and their lesbian mayor, Annise Parker, the people of Houston are finally

GOP candidate for President and Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz (R-TX) was a guest on Glenn Beck‘s internet TV show recently, discussing a host of issues surrounding his run for the White House. When the conversation turned to Climate Change, Cruz made some very interesting observations about the liberal climate