Illiberal feminists have decided the best way to win is by demonizing and silencing opponents, rather than making a better argument.
Kirsten Powers is a columnist for The Daily Beast. She is also a contributor to USA Today and a Fox News political analyst. She served in the Clinton administration from 1993 to 1998 and has worked in New York state and city politics. Her writing has been published in The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Post, The New York Observer, Salon.com, Elle magazine, and American Prospect online.
College should be a place of new ideas and challenging views. Instead, liberals have made it a place of fear and intimidation.
America’s colleges are increasingly hostile to religion, but a Veritas, a Christian organization, has found a way to thrive.
Divorced Christians will be encouraged by Pope Francis's reminder that the church should be a place of healing after a failed marriage.
Following SB 1062's veto, supporters are backpedaling to save face any way they can—from linguistics to redefining the original meaning of the bill.
What conservative Christians miss in the religious liberties debate swirling around same-sex marriage.
New revelations about the Texas gubernatorial candidate’s family life have prompted frenzied—and just plain wrong—denunciations from conservatives.
The Supreme Court is hearing a case about a Massachusetts law barring protesters from entrances to abortion clinics. If it’s upheld, unions and environmentalists could be next.
Lions have been replaced by firing squads and concentration camps as record numbers of Jesus’ worshipers are persecuted from Syria to North Korea.
The Obamacare rollout has been a disaster for progressive politics, says Kirsten Powers.