Congress is trying to censor the Internet, again.
Articles by: Michael Patrickson
Recently Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had a chance to address concerns about his Mormon faith and concerns about a racist doctrine the church abandoned when Romney was a 31-year-old man.
Scientists claim climate change deniers are in need of treatment. American anti-intellectualism is a disease.
Secular America throws a party. 30,000 enthusiastic, godless Americans gather in Washington, D.C., to celebrate reason and the naturalistic worldview reason entails.
Why is the killer of an unarmed black teen still free? Why has George Zimmerman not been arrested for the murder of 17-year-old African American student Trayvon Martin nearly a month after the crime?
Sir Richard Branson asked President Barack Obama for some marijuana while attending a recent White House state dinner.
Joseph Kony, Ugandan warlord and leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, is a monster. He is guilty of horrendous crimes against humanity: kidnapping children, brutalizing them, and forcing them into servitude as soldiers.
Last week the United States Congress passed dangerous legislation that would make free speech a felony and seriously restrict political protest. The legislation will give federal agents sweeping powers to arrest and bring felony criminal charges against citizens engaged in political protests anywhere in the U.S.