Let’s look at Mrs. Clinton’s assertion that she is a champion of girls and women.
With the recent passing of Arnold Palmer, yet another all-time great sports icon has left us in 2016…..
Over the next two presidential debates, we can expect questions for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump about their respective plans for dealing with ISIS…..
“Hillary Clinton Proposes 65% Top Rate for Estate Tax” blared a headline in The Wall Street Journal. Since the current top statutory tax rate on estates…..
In this article, Dr. Gary Welton shares how a novel series by author C. J. Box has helped to shed light on some of the current political frustrations.
Two very different women on the minds of Christians right now are Mother Teresa, with her canonization on Sept. 4, and Hillary Clinton, with her name on the presidential ballot in November.
In predictable economic times, it makes sense—indeed it is essential—to put money aside and save for the coming rainy day.
The National Trust is a huge organisation which owns both very large numbers of historic and important buildings and swathes of wonderful countryside.
In this article that first appeared at Forbes.com, Dr. Mark Hendrickson observes recent action (or lack thereof) from the Federal Reserve and suggests that a realignment of federal policies…..
As horses are being hardened up having spent the summer at grass and the yellow of the stubble fields provide a perfect place to exercise, the anticipation of the start of Autumn Hunting…..
Dr. Paul Kengor examines Hillary’s shifting positions and addresses the issues that he believes “are the most revealing faith-related matters for Mrs. Clinton as she makes her bid for the White House.
In this article that first appeared at Conservative Review, Dr. Paul Kengor examines these questions while offering historical examples from FDR to Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama.
Fred Kingery explains the possible implications of a “bail-in” and how Italy’s non-performing loans (around $400 billion) could damage the country and the EU.
In his speech at the Republican convention last week, Ben Carson made a statement that raised some eyebrows. “Now, one of the things that I have learned about Hillary Clinton is that one of…..
The Alliance cannot stand by & allow Mr Packham to use the status the BBC has given him to spread propaganda which has a direct impact on the lives of our supporters…
Dr. Gary Welton gives his readers some comfort claiming that God looks at His people through rose-colored glasses. Welton reveals the secret as to how God can see all of His people in a way we…..
The letter confirms that the Food Standards Agency will not be changing its advice on the consumption of game shot with lead ammunition and notes that “the report does not provide evidence of…..
October 1987: The U.S. stock market collapsed 23 percent in one day, the largest one-day drop on record. For the rest of that year economists debated how deep the depression would be in 1988.
The Gong Show was a TV game show that first appeared on NBC in the 1970s. In this article, Earl Tilford uses the game show to draw a comparison to today’s political climate.
In this interesting article, Dr. L. John Van Til examines the law as well as the Republican party rules: “If all delegates are ultimately free to vote their conscience on all ballots is it…..
To help celebrate America’s Independence, scholar Dr. Gary S. Smith examines Hamilton’s life and extraordinary career (from childhood to the duel).
In another installment of the series from ConservativeReview.com that examines Reagan conservatism and Donald Trump, Dr. Paul Kengor looks at statements made by Trump and asks: Is Trump a…..
In this interesting article, Dr. R.B.A. Di Muccio asks: Why are we so profoundly incapable of having a reasonable dialogue about guns?
Many Millennials are finding socialism attractive—at least as presented by Bernie Sanders. This is perplexing because there is ample and dramatic evidence of how a full-fledged socialist state…..
Father’s Day invites us to ponder the father figures we have known—not just our biological fathers, but any man who has blessed us with fatherly action at some point in our lives.