We're pleased Sen. Tom Coburn has decided to support the last, best chance to preserve liberty in the United States.
Sen. Marco Rubio dismissed President Obama's agreement to limit Iran's drive for a nuclear bomb as failed diplomacy. The Florida Republican, who is expected to announce his presidential bid on April 13, said the framework of an accord between Tehran and the United States and other world powers isn't strict enough to ensure Iran can't develop nuclear weapons. Rubio essentially said that Obama got played by the Ayatollahs. The senator, who serves on the Foreign Relations Committee, has previously said he would be willing to cancel any agreement with Iran that he believes does not accomplish its core objectives. A key sticking point for Rubio and other Republican presidential contenders is that Obama include Iran's state sponsorship of terrorism and threats to wipe Israel off the map in the talks. These Republicans believe Iran is being unnecessarily rewarded for bad behavior. Following is Rubio's full statement:
Fresh off a horrific 12-hour siege at a Somali hotel that left 17 dead, Islamist terror group Al-Shabaab has struck in Kenya, sending a squad of gunmen on a rampage through Garissa University College.
Memories Pizza, while not as gay-affirming as many of us would like, didn't announce pending discrimination.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES In the last twenty-four hours, much of the mainstream media has shown itself perfectly willing to serve as agents of Satan (or should I use Moloch to make you feel better?). Most of the news anchors, reporters, and opinion writers of the press are perfectly fine forcing you to violate your conscience as long as they do not have | Read More »
We all know how desperate President Obama has been to strike a nuclear deal with Iran.
Conservative columnist Ann Coulter chastised Christian leaders and the Republican Party on Fox News'
The Left started the culture war, won it, and now roams the countryside shooting the wounded. Getting same-sex marriage legalized now appears to have been just a beginning for progressives, not the goal that many libertarians and conservatives had assumed. With SSM accepted in more states every year and the Supreme Court considering if it should be a right in…
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MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski, along with many of her MSM pals, are pushing this idea that the belief for thousands of years that marriage should be between a man and a woman is just no longer relevant. ...
'We are a Left-wing government. If we have to choose between a default to the IMF or a default to our own people, it is a no-brainer,' says senior Greek official
The Fascism Is Out In The Open Now.
Share on Facebook 1 1 SHARES The last month has been filled with new revelations regarding Hillary Clinton’s secret email servers. The nation has been alerted to the security risks Hillary Clinton and her staff exposed our government to, they have been told about the secrecy with which team Clinton operated while representing America abroad through the State Department, and finally it was exposed that | Read More »
Inviting the state to tread on anti-gay bakers is a pernicious distraction that betrays the principles of a free society.
Recent statements from United Nations officials, that Iran is already blocking their existing efforts to keep track of what is going on in their nuclear program, should tell anyone who does not already know it that any agreement with Iran will be utterly worthless in practice. It doesn't matter what the terms of the agreement are, if Iran can cheat.
A college student at Appalachian State University faced criticism last month after putting up a bulletin board calling out "privileged" students. The board showed memes to depict so-called white privilege, heterosexual privilege, Christian privilege, and able-bodied privilege, among others.
JERUSALEM — John Boehner thinks the “world is on fire.” And America isn’t doing nearly enough to stamp it out. The House speaker’s decision to invite Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to speak before Congress last month sparked criticism that Boehner was inappropriately injecting himself into foreign affairs and...