In his latest book, Dr. Paul Kengor is addressing and analyzing same-sex marriage in a new light that many, especially young people, would most likely never hear about. Calling the recent Supreme Court ruling and the subsequent increasing acceptance of homosexuality a “watershed moment in American cultural history,” Kengor’s book Takedown: From Communists to Progressives, How […]
Millennials have turned away from ‘cool’ Christianity, but traditional churches are making a comeback
Nearly every study tells us that Millennials are unconcerned with religion and feel unconnected to any sort of faith. But could it be that this same generation is actually returning to the traditional church? Yes, 18-to-35-year-olds are still leaving mainline pews in ever-increasing numbers and some are leaving the faith entirely. But many are leaving […]
On Friday, May 29, in the Federal District Court in Manhattan, Judge Katherine B. Forrest sentenced Ross W. Ulbricht, the founder of Silk Road, to life in prison. According to The New York Times, Ulbricht stood there emotionless as Forrest threw down her ruling. “What you did was unprecedented,” Forrest said, making an example of […]
A perfect storm for Hillary Clinton? Millennials dissatisfied with government, untrusting of Washington
Though many desperate Democrats have dismissed Hillary Clinton’s private e-mail controversy as a fleeting bleep on her otherwise successful record, evidence shows that the scandal may haunt the former of secretary of State into the 2016 election, especially when it comes to Millennial voters.
NEW YORK (AP) — The Clintons are going back to the White House this spring — onstage, that is. “Clinton the Musical,” the brainchild of two Australian brothers, makes its off-Broadway debut in April with a hysterical premise and a gentle look back at the ’90s. The play celebrates the first baby-boomer president — the […]
For the most part, the Bipartisan Summit on Criminal Justice Reform featured staid, high-profile speakers like Cory Booker and Eric Holder, giving somber talks about the broken justice system.
David Simon, the creator of HBO’s “The Wire,” kicked off his remarks at the Bipartisan Summit on Criminal Justice Reform on Thursday with an argument that could have come straight from Bunny Colvin—law enforcement should oppose the drug war, because it hampers real police work.
“It’s just really a revolution.”
Bill Smith rolls up the sleeve of his plaid shirt, revealing a tattoo of a goateed devil whose ice-blue eyes look down his forearm.
The niche enthusiasts desperate for Elizabeth Warren to say “I’m running for president” are taking advantage of Hillary Clinton’s email controversy to turn up the noise.
Last summer, we reported about the chilly reception to Hillary Clinton’s “Hard Choices.” With news that it and Ben Carson’s “One Nation” are the top-selling books among 2016 contenders so far, we thought we’d revisit the reviews to see how each work is being received, and whether there’s a real possibility that Americans are hate-reading one of the two texts.
If she had to do it all over again, she probably wouldn’t have done this press conference.
Shocker: One of Hillary Clinton’s State Department underlings was ripped by a government audit for conducting official business through private email.
U.S. Ambassador Mark Lippert was in stable condition after a man screaming demands for a unified North and South Korea slashed him on the face and wrist with a knife, South Korean police and U.S. officials said Thursday.
Chess legend and Putin critic Garry Kasparov sharply criticized President Obama Tuesday in the wake of a Russian opposition leader’s murder.
WASHINGTON (AP) — In a speech that stirred political intrigue in two countries, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu told Congress on Tuesday that negotiations underway between Iran and the United States would “all but guarantee” that Tehran will get nuclear weapons, a step that the world must avoid at all costs.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) won his third consecutive Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll victory at Saturday, news that was met with chants of “President Paul” throughout the Potomac Ballroom at the Gaylord National Convention Center. Paul took in 25.7 percent of the votes in the poll out of the field of 17 potential Republican candidates. The […]
Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry strutted onto the stage in control of his tough-but-patriotic Texan cowboy image, and promised to “speak plainly” during his Conservative Political Action Conference address Friday morning.
Marco Rubio knocked what he called the “Obama-Clinton foreign policy” in a well-received, forward-looking appearance at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday morning.
CPAC 2015: Conservatives can learn from liberals on millennial outreach, but must stay set apart on policies
Conservatives have a lot to learn from the left when it comes to millennial outreach, but must be careful to make sure that their policies and politics still look different from their liberal opponents, a Conservative Political Action Panel concluded Thursday morning. During the elaborately titled “Reclaiming the American Dream: Millennials Look Toward Their Future” panel, […]