Any ruling from any federal court that imposes domestic policy on a state is by its very nature unconstitutional, and no governor has any obligation to obey it.
Whether the issue is ObamaCare, amnesty for illegal immigrants or "global warming," when you hear that "all the experts agree," that may mean nothing more than that the fix is in.
First of all, borders are God's idea. Secondly, no matter what the president thinks, it's not a form of oppression to ask people to obey the law and respect those borders. In fact, that's justice.
Barack Obama's "executive amnesty" clearly displays the contempt he holds for the Americans who take the trouble to vote and for the Constitution – and to no one's surprise, it shows his priority is to "fundamentally transform" America. But don't take just my word for it.
There is no such thing as a "temporary" pardon from immigration law-breaking. Each new infusion of indiscriminate, unskilled foreign labor begets more of the same.
We don't need to pretend that "under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance is only a political statement in order to justify it. It is both religious and political - and we shouldn't hesitate to say so.
The amnesty brigade loves to extol the virtues of those who are "doing the work no Americans will do." But when it comes to punishing illegal workers who have raided the lives of innocent Americans to feloniously secure jobs, mortgages and medical care, mum's the word.
The people in the Obama administration who are pushing racial quota limits for punishment in schools aren't stupid. They are political, which is worse. They know what they are doing and they are willing to sacrifice young blacks to do it.
Diversity gone berserk bans all vestiges of religious heritage – sometimes even with the help of Christians.
You'd think schools would be ecstatic when some of their young teens would prefer focusing on the character of Christ instead of the chaos of our godless culture. But no – secularists are being allowed to punish faithful young followers of Christ.
Interested in hearing what the Bible tells us about choosing the right person to be a national leader? We Americans get that chance again in a couple of years – so now's the time to get settled in our heads the kind of person that should be.
In an open letter to Democrats, Steve Deace, a conservative nationally syndicated radio host, explains why his mom – a lifelong Democrat – apparently has abandoned ship, frustrated by the direction her beloved country has taken under Barack Obama.
People who are increasingly questioning Barack Obama's competence are continuing to ignore the alternative possibility that his fundamental values and imperatives are different from theirs.
Many of the newly empowered Republicans understand the deeper meaning behind last week's historic election. It was a wholesale rejection not only of Barack Obama, but also of the worldview he represents.
Quite simply and quite correctly, the Sixth Circuit has ruled that if a state doesn't want to recognize a gay marriage performed in another state, it doesn't have to. Maybe, just maybe, we've taken our first step away from the edge of the moral abyss.
Gird your loins, Beltway Republicans. Election Day is barely over, but the progressive left is locked and loaded for battle over President Obama's next U.S. attorney general.