Alan Dershowitz weighed in on President Trump's ominous "calm before the storm" comment that has the media buzzing.
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Author Dinesh D'Souza warned Republicans not to go overboard with gun control legislation, saying the Second Amendment is to protect against government tyranny.
A disaster relief volunteer group that recruits veterans has been rebuilding Texas after Hurricane Harvey demolished home after home.
Some schools are getting rid of naming and honoring the student with the highest academic achievements in his class, saying it promotes unhealthy competition between students.
David Bossie recommended to the mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico that she stop giving interviews complaining about the federal hurricane relief she has received and start getting personally involved with the rebuilding.
An Illinois high school decided to honor first responders at their homecoming game, marching onto the field alongside firefighters and law enforcement and holding an American flag high.
A young college graduate was placed officially on a hate group list for a sole radio interview she did with the Family Research Council.
Curt Schilling traveled to Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, and said the destruction looks like looks like an atom bomb went off on the island.
"Never in my wildest imagination would I have thought that actually requiring our student athletes to stand for something so reverent as our national anthem would be a national issue."
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-Ga.) fired back at NFL players and owners who objected to Trump's criticism of them kneeling for the national anthem.
At this morning's NFL game in London, several members of the AFC's Baltimore Ravens and Jacksonville Jaguars knelt during the "Star-Spangled Banner," but stood during Britain's "God Save the Queen."
The man who killed Usama Bin Laden, retired SEAL Rob O'Neill, asked where social justice activist Colin Kaepernick is playing quarterback this Sunday.