Freedom of religion or freedom of 'worship'?

by Joseph Farah -- Words mean things. The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees, among other rights, "freedom of religion." It's an unambiguous phrase. It means American citizens have an inalienable more…

Why John Kasich scares me most

by Jane Chastain -- OK, he's not officially in the race, and in the early polls he's near the bottom, but I predict one of the last Republican candidates standing in the more…

Don't be niggardly with language

by Ted Nugent -- Welcome to the Honest Society, be it ever so briefly, Mr. President. If I may quote the controversial one on Marc Moran's "WTF" podcast recently: "Racism, we are more…

Did Dylann Roof write his manifesto?

by Jack Cashill -- "I was not raised in a racist home or environment," Dylann Roof writes in the opening sentence of his presumed manifesto. "Living in the South, almost every White more…

Vital tips to secure your smartphone

by Phil Elmore -- Your smartphone. It's your constant companion. It's in your pocket almost all the time. You rely on it for communications, for entertainment and for a variety of tasks more…

Big news stories you likely never heard

by Michael Brown -- The rally was absolutely massive, of historic proportions, the largest of its kind in its nation's history. And it was organized in only 18 days. What? You knew more…

White-on-black crime: Cue the stats

by Ann Coulter -- The massacre of black churchgoers in Charleston by an evil psycho is a hideous thing. The case is especially sickening because the victims were chosen specifically because of more…

Protecting the right to hate preserves freedom

by Andrew Napolitano -- The tragedy of a mass murder in Charleston, South Carolina, last week, obviously motivated by racial hatred, has raised anew the issue of the lawfulness of the State more…

This is not 1963, Mr. President

by Larry Elder -- Almost immediately after a white killer gunned down nine black worshipers at a historic church in Charleston, South Carolina, out came the politics. On the Capitol grounds in more…