Joining the convention would needlessly expose the United States to baseless environmental lawsuits, including suits based on alleged U.S. contributions to global climate change. Read More.
Sovereignty is a simple idea: the U.S. is an independent nation governed by the American people. The Founders did not risk their lives casting off the rule of King George so that, two hundred years later, the U.S. could subject itself to the whims of foreign bureaucrats or international organizations. Sovereignty was essential to our founding and it is essential today.
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A woman demonized by the left and sanctified by the right, there has always been a religious undercurrent to discussions of Margaret Thatcher. While — Read more
The First World War laid waste to a continent and permanently altered the political and religious landscape of the West. For a generation of — Read more
America is witnessing a watershed moment in its cultural history: the sabotaging of family and marriage. Extreme-left radicals have made their arguments and tried — Read more
Brian Kilmeade and his co-author Don Yaeger return with another fascinating historical narrative. Like their bestseller George Washington's Secret Six, Thomas Jefferson and the — Read more
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