Bloomberg Would Be The Worst Candidate For Religious Liberty

Shane Vander Hart: Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg who is expected to join the Democratic presidential primary race has shut down worship services.

The AND Campaign’s 2020 Statement and Thoughtful Conservative Christians

Michael Wear encouraged Christians to sign The AND Campaign’s 2020 statement, is it a statement that any “thoughtful, conservative Christian” can sign?

Gun Rights Ad Targeting Democrats to Run in Iowa

The Protect Freedom PAC ad highlights positions of the leading Democratic presidential candidates on the 2nd Amendment will air during the Democratic debate.

Two Disturbing Moments From the ABC News Democratic Presidential Debate

Shane Vander Hart: Both Beto O’Rourke and Kamala Harris believe that the role of President is one of tyrant-in-chief at least when it comes to guns.

Making A Legitimate Complaint Absurd

It is one thing for Christine Whitman to complain about state parties canceling primaries and quite another to suggest we are close to jailing challengers.

A Right to Live Close to Work?

Former democratic congressman and current presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke of Texas declared that Americans have a right to live close to work.

Kiss Your Freedom Goodbye

Phil Bair: If Democrats regain hegemony in the upcoming elections, and if they get their way on healthcare alone, we can kiss our freedom goodbye.

The Major Parties Need to be Challenged in 2020

Adam Graham: I appreciate Howard Schultz’s willingness to consider running for President as an independent, someone on the right should join him.

The Party’s Over, Part One: Why Trump Can’t be Beaten in the Primaries

Adam Graham: The painful truth is Trump is undefeatable in the Republican primaries. The primary system is still a frontloaded mess with most states voting early in the process. It’s unlikely there will be any major changes.

Iowans Already See First 2020 Presidential Election Ad

There are over 1000 days until the next presidential election in 2020, and Congressman John Delaney (D-MD) thought he would get a jump start on the 2020 elections on Super Bowl Sunday.