Will Congress ever do its job?

by Alan Keyes -- Private persons can only offer advice and have no coercive power if their advice should not be accepted. And the law should have coercive power in order to more…

Why impeaching Rosenstein serves a greater purpose

by Alan Keyes -- A group of 11 House Republicans introduced five articles of impeachment against Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Wednesday evening. The impeachment articles accuse Rosenstein of intentionally withholding documents more…

How the House should be draining the swamp

by Alan Keyes -- In an article published last month, WND's Bob Unruh reported that Amazon.com is acting on information provided by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) to subject people to more…

The parable of the Second Amendment

by Alan Keyes -- Because Christ teaches using parables, people who learn from him gain an advantage. They are accustomed to remembering that things are not always what they seem, and to more…

Trump can correct Reagan's most tragic mistake

by Alan Keyes -- Ronald Reagan appointed Justice Anthony Kennedy to the U.S. Supreme Court on Sept. 11, 1987. In his nominating speech President Reagan described the U.S. Circuit Judge Kennedy as more…

Chris Matthews' false idea of equality

by Alan Keyes -- "A true democrat, lowercase 'd,' thinks they're no better than anybody else. That's what a Democrat is. And the party regains that when white, black, Hispanic people, everybody, more…