Ying Ma, an immigrant from China, discusses current and proposed U.S. immigration policy.
Legal analysts discuss upcoming SCOTUS cases to watch.
Congressman Mark Meadows discusses the policy and pragmatism behind the tax overhaul legislation.
Katharine Gorka discusses how new media has transformed warfare.
Dr. Orient, Director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, discusses the culture wars’ affect on American medicine.
For career advancement, it’s better to be respected than liked.
Women have made great advances in equality, but will they lose them in the quest for “gender identity” and the abolition of male and female?
They are so panicked on the Left. They are so afraid that we’re getting stronger.
Washington Times columnist Mercedes Schlapp covers a variety of current issues, from the campus ‘safe space’ vs. Freedom of speech issue to President Trump, his Cabinet, his policies, and the world environment that he faces.
“Media have a problem understanding women who are both successful and fertile.”
Nonie Darwish, author of “Wholly Different: Why I Chose Christian Values over Islamic Values,” converted to Christianity as an adult. She compares and contrasts the two world religions as she has experienced them.
(Note: the recording camera had to be handheld, which resulted in greater movement in the video than we would like.)
Transgender policies are being promoted across the nation, but how will those policies impact women?
Hands Across the Aisle is a coalition of ideologically diverse women who joined forces to stand in solidarity, despite their political differences, against Gender Identity and transgender policies, which they argue threaten to erase women and women’s rights.
Author Ann McElhinney weaves a poignant story of defenseless victims, callous government officials, and willful media blindness.
“One independent watchdog group can change history.”