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    Even Captain America Wants Tax Breaks

    Today’s the day: #CaptainAmerica #WinterSoldier explodes into theaters worldwide! Got your tickets yet? pic.twitter.com/wYPUK21c1r — Captain America (@CaptainAmerica) April 4, 2014 “Captain America: The Winter Soldier,” which began storming U.S. movie theaters last night, filmed key scenes last May in Washington, D.C. But few movies or TV shows not starring … More

    Save Kessab: Kardashian, Others Tweet Plight of Christian Armenians in Syria

    The “Save Kessab” campaign on Twitter and other social media has drawn international attention to the news that rebels affiliated with al-Qaeda crossed the Turkish border and seized control of Kessab, a predominantly Christian Armenian town in northwestern Syria. More than 600 families have fled the country. On Twitter, the … More

    Eich Is Out. So Is Tolerance.

    Mozilla Corp. co-founder Brendan Eich has resigned as CEO after a week of public pressure stemming from a campaign contribution he made six years ago. Eich supported the wrong cause; he supported California’s Proposition 8, the ballot initiative that defined marriage as the union of a man and a woman. … More

    Finding a Place in the Left-Leaning Hispanic Media

    This week, the Media Research Center, in partnership with American Principles Project, released a report on bias in Hispanic media. And the results were shocking. After reviewing 667 stories on U.S. domestic policy, the study determined that six times as many stories tilted liberal as tilted conservative. The top three … More

    “Heat and Eat” Food Stamp Loophole Costs Taxpayers

    Governors in seven states are flouting a reform from last month’s farm bill by continuing to exploit a food stamp loophole that will cost taxpayers billions. At least five others are planning or considering following suit. The loophole, which is dubbed “heat and eat,” allows food stamp recipients to qualify … More

    Actually, Hobby Lobby Can Have Religious Freedom…and a 401(k)

    Mother Jones and a number of other liberal news sites are accusing the owners of the arts-and-crafts chain Hobby Lobby of “hypocrisy.” Why? Because the family business that’s fighting for religious freedom at the Supreme Court provides a 401(k) investment plan. According to Mother Jones, some of the companies included … More

    WATCH: Megyn Kelly Faults CAIR for Quashing Film on ‘Honor Violence’

    For two nights running, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly criticized efforts by  the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) to impede screenings –on university campuses and elsewhere – of a film about “honor violence” against Muslim women. Kelly last night questioned CAIR Chicago representative Agnieszka Karoluk on “The Kelly File” about … More

    Ryan’s Budget on Welfare: Good Steps on Work, but Fails to Approach Total Welfare System

    When it comes to welfare, Paul Ryan’s budget takes some steps in the right direction. It has a work requirement, which is absolutely crucial to welfare reform. However, it fails to address the massive welfare system as a whole, a critical aspect to getting welfare spending back on track. Ryan’s … More

    Religious Freedom in the House Budget

    The budget presented by House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan (R–WI) takes a positive view of religious freedom, calling for funding and reforms that advance protection of religious liberty here and abroad. “The United States should promote freedom of religion or belief around the world, given the importance of religious … More

    Support the Green Family on #HobbyLobbyDay, March 29

    Saturday, March 29, is Hobby Lobby Appreciation day—an opportunity for Americans to support the Green family and their arts-and-crafts chain’s fight to preserve religious freedom from the coercive Obamacare mandate. Over 20,000 individuals have joined a Facebook event, pledging to shop at one of Hobby Lobby’s more than 500 stores … More