U.S. Makes Great Strides to Help Iraqi Christians, More Remains to Be Done

Approximately one million Christians have left Iraq since 2002, leaving fewer than 250,000

Over the past year, the United States has taken steps to aid Christians driven from their homes in Iraq after ISIS swept through the region. Nevertheless, much remains to be done to rebuild the communities of Christians, Yazidis, and other religious minorities.

‘Republican’ PAC That Attacks GOP Bankrolled by Liberal Billionaires

Two of three donors to Republican Women for Progress PAC are male

A prominent 'Republican' women's political action committee that regularly receives national media attention for its criticisms of President Donald Trump and the GOP is bankrolled by three liberal billionaire donors and activists, Federal Election Commission filings show.

Monopoly Rule

Minn. parents ask Supreme Court to kill exclusive union representation from SEIU

Supreme CourtA group of Minnesota parents caring for family members is asking the Supreme Court to help them break away from union representation.

Trump’s Interior Secretary Zinke to Step Down

Secretary of the Interior Ryan ZinkeWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who has sought to open U.S. offshore waters to oil and gas drilling despite environmental protests, will be leaving his post at the end of the year, President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday, the latest high-profile departure from his administration.

Bah, Humbug

A Christmas Carol, again and again

In the midst of all the new Christmas books that every year brings us, in the midst of all the made-for-Netflix holiday programs, in the midst of all the productions of The Nutcracker, in the midst of all the seasonal movies (from It’s a Wonderful Life to Die Hard), in the midst of all the Yuletide television specials, it might be worth remembering an indisputable truth about Christmas art: The single most successful bit of seasonal fiction is Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.