CNN director admits in sting: We were out to get Trump
A CNN staffer has admitted to an undercover investigative reporter that for the last four years, the network prioritized getting Donald Trump out of office over doing journalism.
It's not the first time "A Charlie Brown Christmas" has caused holiday controversy. I just hope the Killeen Independent School District will reconsider their decision to be so intolerant of Linus and his historic, biblical recitation.
Here's a truth bomb for those who are trying to fire up the militant LGBT crowd against Chip and Joanna Gaines: it's really none of your business where they worship.
Whenever you hear a liberal talking about cultural diversity and sensitivity it normally means something insensitive is about to happen to Christians.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation, a motley crew of atheists, agnostics and free-thinkers, just got a lump of coal in their Christmas stockings.
Values voters demonstrated on Tuesday that they wanted a president who would defend the unborn as well as the rights of Christians to practice their faith in the public marketplace.
Republican Governor Nathan Deal has been called on to intervene and stop an order by his attorney general requiring Dr. Eric Walsh to produce a copy of his sermon notes and transcripts.
Connor Brewer is fiercely loyal to his college football team. But he is also fiercely loyal to the United States of America.
The nation's largest retailer has reinstated to its website a bumper sticker it said displayed "an offensive term."
Three Walmart workers in McDonough, Georgia, refused to decorate a "thin blue line" cake for a police officer's retirement party because they said it was racist.
Churches in the People's Republic of Massachusetts have grave concerns about a new anti-discrimination law that could force congregations to accommodate the transgender community – under the threat of fines and jail time.
Florida's Pledge of Allegiance waiver shouldn't surprise those who are keeping up with the attack on patriotism in our public school system. What is surprising, though, is who's responsible for it.
It seems to me that the fire department management in Riverside, CA, is more concerned about the feelings of a bunch of anti-police agitators than they are about showing their public support for law enforcement.
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