Hillary Uses Shooting to Push More Gun Control


From the story: Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton will propose new gun control measures, including a vow to employ executive action to expand background checks for firearms sellers at gun shows and online (Fox News). From another: The announcement of Clinton’s plan, which she planned to unveil at campaign events...

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Mohler: Originalism

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia recently gave a speech at Rhodes College in which, according to the Associated Press, he “criticized judges who believe the Constitution is a ‘living’ document, saying they amount to policy makers who are rewriting it and making moral decisions for the entire country about same-sex...

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Russia to Increase Strikes in Syria


Russia has admitted ISIS isn’t their only target (Sky). They claim their airstrikes will last 3 to 4 months. And they will soon intensify (Reuters). From another story: Administration officials have alternately welcomed a Russian role, provided it is limited to fighting the Islamic State and al-Qaida affiliates,...

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Medved: A Cruel Delusion on “Equalized Achievement”

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The New York Times recently reported good news on the education performance gap between black-and-white children—a gap that’s narrowed by 50 percent over the last 30 years. But the distance between privileged kids and disadvantaged children of all races has only gotten wider: offspring of college graduates are seven times...

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Hewitt: The First Freedom

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Pope Francis has left America now, but long after his return to the Vatican, indeed long after he has left this life for the next, American courts will be quoting the pontiff’s words in opinions dealing with the “first freedom,” the freedom of religion. The Pope delivered the most important...

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