The National LGBT Bar’s “Commit to Inclusion Campaign” is Discriminatory

The National LGBT Bar launched a campaign that attempts to get attorneys to pledge not to offer pro-bono services for groups defending religious liberty. 

Twitter’s Lame Response to “Shadow Banning” Accusation

Shane Vander Hart: Twitter’s response to the “shadow banning” controversy is just obfuscation and leaves us with more questions than answers.

Social Media Platforms Do Have a Right to Suppress Speech, But They Shouldn’t

Shane Vander Hart: RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel is wrong, Twitter does have the right to shadow ban users, but they shouldn’t.

Nikki Haley Gives Conservative Teens Sound Advice

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley gave conservative teenagers gathered in Washington DC some sound advice: drop the “own the libs” rhetoric.

Twitter Blocks “Nominate Amy Barrett” Petition

Twitter has prevented American Principles Project from tweeting their “Nominate Amy Barrett” petition on the social media platform.

Founding Wisdom: 10 Quotes from the Signers of the Declaration of Independence

Take time to appreciate the wisdom that our nation’s founding fathers exhibited and shared. Here are 10 quotes from the signers of the Declaration of Independence.

Celebrating America

Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): Two-hundred and forty-two years ago, the United States was born and so began the greatest experiment in human history.

SPLC Pays $3.3 Million After Falsely Labeling Group “Anti-Muslim Extremists”

The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) apologized to the Quilliam Foundation and its founder, Maajid Nawaz, for labeling them “anti-Islamic extremists” and agreed to pay $3.375 million.

What Conservatives Can Learn From Turning Point USA’s Failures

Kelvey Vander Hart: I once worked and advocated for Turning Point USA – here’s what conservatives can learn from the organization’s failures.

The American Medical Association’s Pride Month Pandering

Just in time for Pride Month, the American Medical Association adopted two new policies at their annual meeting for LGBTQ persons that have absolutely nothing to do with practicing medicine.

Memorial Day is a Time for Personal Reflection and Remembrance

Chuck Grassley: I hope all Iowans take a moment to remember those who have gone before us, and say a prayer for the men and women in uniform who continue risking their lives each day for this great country.

Remembering Those Who Sacrificed Their Lives for America

David Young: Memorial Day wasn’t made a federal holiday for backyard BBQs or sales at your favorite store. Memorial Day was created so we could set aside time to remember and recognize those who we have to thank for our freedoms, rights, and what we hold most dear.

Infographic: 17 Facts Gun Control Advocates Hate

George Wauchope shares an infographic he made that shares 17 inconvenient facts that gun control advocates hate and the mainstream media generally ignore.

Campaign Launch Connects Dots Between Porn And Human Trafficking

Kelvey Vander Hart: The #StopTheDemand campaign launched by Fight the New Drug capitalizes on connecting the dots between porn use and a greater demand for trafficked human beings (in a more clear description, SLAVES).

The Irish Abortion Referendum: Background

On the 25th of May Ireland will hold a referendum on whether or not to repeal the 8th amendment, otherwise known as the ProLife amendment which is responsible for banning abortion in Ireland under virtually all circumstances.

Facebook Data Breach: Portent for Your Medical Privacy, Too?

Dr. Elizabeth Lee Vliet: Three events portend serious danger to medical privacy, but it may be hard for patients to connect the dots because they seem unrelated, involve different sectors of the economy, and occurred several years apart.