The “Year of the Monkey” gala launched with cocktails and appetizers for the nearly 300 guests to support the Santa Ana Zoo
I will go even further and say the practice of Yoga is God-breathed. Just because one culture chose to discover it, further it and insert it's on stamp upon, does not mean it was not originally created by God for man's benefit.
The only black lives it cares about are the ones taken by white cops: What is Black Lives Matter, and why doesn't it act like all black lives matter?
Bernie Sanders will fight Hillary all the way to the Democratic convention; Republicans may attempt a coup against Trump at theirs.
Music artist Prince died today in his Paisley Park studio, the last of a now-dying breed of storyteller songwriters.
Trump's war against women is reflected in his campaign hires and his followers--now imagine four years of it. Do we really want this man as president?
Why not organize protests like those against Trump in favor of the black community? There's no guaranteed press in that.
LOS ANGELES, March 12, 2016—Last week at CPAC, Dr. Ben Carson announced he was suspending his campaign, but gave no indication that he planned to endorse any of his former rivals. He talked at length about his new role as national chair of “My Faith Votes,” a non-profit organization dedicated to mobilizing the 25 million ...
Donald Trump's no-show at CPAC gave Ted Cruz a new advantage with the conservative base while shooting himself in the foot.
Mia Love and Tim Scott are rising black conservative stars in the House and Senate. But are they shedding the conservative credentials that made them shine?
CPAC's “Dearly Beloved: A Conversation on Religious Liberty and Marriage in America” creates a new dialogue on same-sex marriage, religious liberty, and rights of conscience.
It may be the end of the line for Dr. Ben Carson's candidacy. His indelible stamp of integrity and dignity will be sorely missed.
LOS ANGELES, February 29, 2016—Sunday’s 88th annual Academy Awards telecast was the most enjoyable one we’ve seen in years. Since the political agenda of #OscarsSoWhite was already set months beforehand, there were no surprises in that regard. We knew host Chris Rock would address this topic in his usual confrontational style, as much as we ...
What happens after Oscar Night when there is nothing left to protest? The cure to the ill before the movie is green lit.
Hillary Clinton is losing younger women voters to Bernie Sanders, and threats by feminist icons Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem are not helping her case.
NARAL tries to dive into pop culture by criticizing a Doritos SuperBowl ad showing a baby's ultrasound, and belly flops with hilarious results.
We see from the #BlackLivesMatter crowd that #SoWhiteOscars will creates divisiveness rather than diversity. And up and coming black actors, screenwriters and others will pay the price.
Ted Cruz gave the winning performance in Thursday's GOP debate, and the media called it for Donald Trump. But the media don't decide elections; voters do.
Conservatives disdain blacks on the "Democratic plantation"; are they so eager to force CJ onto their own? Isn't conservatism about thought, not orthodoxy?
The assassination of Dr. Ben Carson's character and campaign continues apace, and certain Republicans and conservatives with skin in the game are helping.