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from Steve Byas at The New American | Politics
With Democrats retaking the House, but Republicans gaining in the Senate, Democrats are expected to reject any actions Trump wants done — but they don’t control things.
Some feminists in Europe have produced a new Bible version, arguing that one can believe in both the Bible and feminism.
There is a solution to our crisis on the southern border, and it is found in the Constitution. This illustrates that we do not need a convention to add anything to our current Constitution.
Religious liberty — the belief that a person should be allowed to freely practice his own religion — is under assault around the globe, according to a report by a Catholic charity.
The European Court of Justice ordered Poland to suspend changes made to the nation’s constitution. On Wednesday of this week, the Polish parliament bent the knee to the European Union and modified the law.
The Alliance for American Manufacturing has provided a way for U.S. citizens to put their dollars into American companies this Christmas season.
Once a bastion of conservatism, Orange County has turned blue.
Don't expect the liberal media to make fun of Ocasio-Cortez as they did of Dan Quayle and Sarah Palin.
Men are under assault on the campus by left-wing activism, and a Ph.D. student at Southern California has persuaded the U.S. Department of Education to investigate such discrimination.
It is hypocritical to say vote fraud hardly ever happens, but to charge it every time you lose a close election, as is the case in Georgia.
Right now, Antifa has little opposition to their radical violent activities. President Donald Trump warned that might soon change, although he clearly hoped the violence would cease first.
The British voted to leave the EU, but the difficulties in carrying out that referendum should tell Americans, "Don't get into these deals."
Appearing on Face the Nation, Texas Senator Ted Cruz argued that proposed legislation to "protect" Special Counsel Robert Mueller is unconstitutional. The bigger question is, is the special counsel position itself unconstitutional?
The elections are over, but much remains to be done for Congress in the post-election "lame duck" session.