Four Reasons Why America Needs “American Sniper”


At 9:30 p.m. on Saturday night, a packed theater in Franklin, Tenn., was completely quiet. As the credits rolled, some folks were filing out, but many more were standing, still looking at the screen, honoring the man whose life they’d just seen portrayed on the silver screen.  [Read more...]

Responding to the American Sniper Backlash: Angry, Remorseless Warriors Are Still Heroes


Here we go again. Last January — when Lone Survivor hit wide release — some on the left used the occasion to slander soldiers, bash America, and revise the historical record. [Read more...]

If I Only Commit a ‘Microaggression,’ I’ve Underachieved


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If it wasn’t clear before, it should be clear now: There is a segment of the population that will interpret virtually any form of communication from the “wrong” people as offensive or provocative. [Read more...]

Christian Fire Chief Fired for Expressing Personal Religious Beliefs about Homosexual Behavior

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Beginning in 2006, I had the privilege of representing two brave young women in perhaps the most egregious Establishment Clause case I’d ever seen. The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) had implemented a so-called “safe space” program designed to mandate acceptance of LGBTQ lifestyles. This manual — prepared by state officials, created with state funds, and taught by university employees, including deans — compared religious objectors to homosexual behavior to slave-owners and purported to evaluate various religious denominations.  [Read more...]

Fifty Shades of Yay: What Walmart Did When Moms Discovered “Fifty Shades of Grey” in the Young Readers Section


Recently, a mother in Tennessee was shopping for books with her teenaged daughter. [Read more...]