Posts Tagged ‘Freedom’

We Hear You: ‘Illuminating,’ ‘Thoughtful’ Reporting on France’s Presidential Election

Written on May 21st, 2017 by kalelno shouts
Editor’s note: We get a fair amount of passionate comment addressed to or about Nolan Peterson, The Daily Signal’s Ukraine-based foreign correspondent. When Peterson traveled to France to cover the […]

Trump Calls for Middle East to ‘Take the Lead’ in Fighting Terrorism

Written on May 21st, 2017 by kalelno shouts
Near the birthplace of Islam, President Donald Trump called for an alliance of Muslim-Arab nations to combat Islamic terrorism in his first major international address. “Our goal is a coalition […]

What’s at Stake in the Left’s Effort to Redefine ‘Sex’ in Pennsylvania Law

Written on May 20th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
State capitals across the country are proving they are not immune to the malady that has afflicted the policy process in Washington. The latest case in point: Pennsylvania. In a […]

The Major Entitlement Overhaul That Could Be Part of Trump’s Budget

Written on May 19th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
President Donald Trump’s budget proposal, to be rolled out Tuesday, likely will include Medicaid reform. But with several approaches having been floated, definitive answers will have to wait until the […]

California professor bans college Republicans from Women’s History Month events

Written on May 19th, 2017 by alpineskione shout
By Stephanie Hamill (@STEPHMHAMILL)  The Orange Coast Republicans Club have filed a formal complaint against Orange Coast College professor Jessica Ayo Alabi for preventing Republican students from attending public events […]

Roger Ailes Remembered for Giving Conservatives a Voice, and a Fair Hearing, at Fox News

Written on May 18th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
Roger Ailes built Fox News Channel by tapping into a growing sense among ordinary Americans that the dominant news media didn’t understand or care about them, journalists said Thursday at […]

Trump Impeachment Proceedings Over Obstruction Charge Unlikely to Go Far, Analysts Say

Written on May 17th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
Trump Impeachment Proceedings Over Obstruction Charge Unlikely to Go Far, Analysts Say
While Democrats cry for impeachment, legal experts are dubious that President Donald Trump’s reported conversation with FBI Director James Comey about his former national security adviser would be an easy […]

Murderer of Jews Elected Hebron Mayor

Written on May 16th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
A Palestinian convicted of killing six Israelis in a 1980 terror attack was elected mayor of Hebron. The Times of Israel explains what you need to know about Tayseer Abu […]

Judges Who Fret Over Trump’s Motives Are Ignoring US Judicial History

Written on May 16th, 2017 by kalelno shouts
President Donald Trump’s revised executive order on immigration is back in court, and therefore back in the news. On Monday, a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals […]

‘Be Prepared to Defend Truth,’ Heritage’s Ryan Anderson Advises Graduates

Written on May 15th, 2017 by kalelone shout
Be persistent in the pursuit of truth, Heritage Foundation scholar Ryan T. Anderson urged graduates Saturday during a commencement address at Franciscan University of Steubenville. “The first thing to say […]
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