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Graduation speech pulled over Christian content

It is a right that he is afforded under the United States Constitution and it is a right that was denied to him.

Remembering A Soldier Who Died For His Country Before Becoming A Citizen

Memorial Day weekend is a time when a lot of Americans remember those who have served and lost their lives during war.

Can the middle class afford college?

The beginning of May was the deadline for the last of high-school seniors to make their final decision about where they’re going to college.

He plowed his field; now he faces a $2.8 million fine

A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat.

The FBI probe you haven't heard about

There's a big story going on right now involving the FBI, the White House, and potential criminal activity. And no, this one has nothing t

Fixing America’s Public Schools: A 19-Point Checklist

Some suggestions to shatter the unions’ preferred narrative.

Obama’s Justice Department refused to hire military veterans for jobs

The Obama Justice Department discriminated against military veterans, trying to force them to withdraw their applications for two job posting

How a $10.69 purchase may have sidelined the global malware attack

For hours, a nonexistent website helped to cripple computers worldwide.

In the name of Science?

$697,177 for a ‘Climate-Change Musical’: You Call That Science?

NASA’s Worst Plan Yet

At the recent Space Foundation conference held in Colorado Springs, NASA revealed its new plan for human space exploration, superseding the a