At long last, Congress is launching a counteroffensive to President Obama’s war on fossil fuels. A bipartisan group of senators recently grilled Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar about bureaucratic delays in approving deep-water oil drilling permits in the Gulf of Mexico. And, following an Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on the impact of EPA regulation of greenhouse gas emissions on jobs, legislation was introduced to block that agency’s regulatory authority.
On the July 16 edition of “America’s Newsroom” on the Fox News Channel, I debated Hilary Shelton — the NAACP’s senior vice president for advocacy — on the merits of the NAACP’s resolution decrying alleged instances of racism at Tea Party events.
In this debate, Shelton claimed to have attended the Tea Party rally at [...]
As the Obamacare debate drags on, the patience of the overwhelming majority of Americans who have made it clear that they do not want a government takeover of their health care is wearing thin.
Talk of backroom deals and favors for favorable votes are appalling to freedom-loving Americans who favor starting the process from scratch — [...]
Van Jones, the former “green jobs czar” for the Obama Administration, was honored with an Image Award from the NAACP. According to NAACP President Benjamin Todd Jealous, Jones was honored as “an American treasure” who is “the most misunderstood man in America.”
This just cements what most already figured: the NAACP nowadays is, in essence, a [...]
As a board member with the Opportunity Charter School (OCS) in Harlem, New York, I’m familiar with the challenges facing children in an urban community.
This is especially true for children who have learning disabilities. At OCS, students are taught with a focus on their individual learning needs. Parents are grateful that their child is part [...]
“Game Change,” a new book about the 2008 presidential election, reveals remarks Senator Harry Reid made about then Senator Barack Obama. Reid’s comments that Obama is a “light-skinned” black man “with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one,” have garnered a wide array of responses.
It’s amazing how fast black politicians and so-called civil [...]
Fighting for conservative principles does have consequences. Tuesday’s attack of Newsrealblog.com caused significant problems for the blog’s staff and inconvenience for its loyal visitors after hackers posted profanities on the site and affected its performance.
Not only does this assault on Newsrealblog.com show that the enemies of liberty will do anything to stifle free expression, [...]