In the latest episode of "Starnes Country," -- available now on FoxNation -- Todd Starnes reacted to the media's apparently misguided eagerness to condemn a group of Northern Kentucky high school students who were involved in a confrontation with a Native American man in Washington over the weekend.
Todd Starnes is the host of FOX News & Commentary, heard daily on hundreds of radio stations, and the host of "Starnes Country," airing weekdays on the Fox Nation streaming service.
He’s also a columnist for FoxNews.com and appears on Fox News Channel.
Throughout his journalism career, Todd has covered a number of high profile stories — taking him from Wall Street to the White House.
His syndicated column appears on TownHall.com, Charisma News, Christian Post, and the Tea Party Network News.
Todd is a frequent speaker. He’s spoken at The Reagan Ranch, The Billy Graham Library, Values Voter Summit and the National Religious Broadcasters Convention.
Todd is the author of three books – the most recent being “God Less America.” The book is a compilation of evidence exposing the Obama Administration’s war on religious liberty.
“Dispatches From Bitter America” is a collection of essays detailing how President Obama has declared war on the values that made this country great.
He’s been awarded the RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award, an Associated Press Mark Twain Award, and the National Religious Broadcasters Board of Director’s Award.
In his spare time, Todd is active in his church, plays golf, follows SEC football, and eats barbecue.
Stories from Todd Starnes
Students for Life President Kristan Hawkins joined Todd Starnes on Fox Nation's "Starnes Country" to recount her experience at Friday's March for Life in the District of Columbia.
In the latest installment of "Starnes Country" on FOX NATION, Todd Starnes discussed the continued censorship of conservative and Evangelical voices on social media.
Franklin Graham told Todd Starnes on his Fox Nation program "Starnes Country" that President Trump's encouragement of Americans to publicly celebrate Christmas has "emboldened" people to "fight back" when the holiday is censored.
Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes reacted to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi ripping President Donald Trump for calling MS-13 gang members "animals."
A Family Research Council study reported a whopping 76 percent increase in hostility to religion in just the last three years.
There's outrage over a new plan by the city of Sacramento to allocate up to $300,000 to set up a legal defense fund for illegal immigrants and refugees.
Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes reacted to President Trump's speech at CPAC 2017, remarking that the New York Republican "hit a home run."
On Thursday, Jesse Watters traveled to suburban Washington, D.C for the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to sample where conservatives are in this moment in history.
Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes reacted to fierce criticism from liberal precincts of First Lady Melania Trump's recitation of the Lord's Prayer at a campaign-funded rally in Melbourne, Fla., last week.
Fox News Radio's Todd Starnes said he is "cautiously optimistic" that Congress can work to pass key items on President Trump's agenda within the first 200 days.
Two parents at a Pennsylvania elementary school objected to a famous line in Charles Dickens' 'A Christmas Carol', leading the principal to cancel its Christmas play.