"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
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"They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people."
Poor John Roberts: He just can't catch a break from conservatives.
Are you on the "wrong side of history"?
The last full week of June was one long victory lap for the cultural left. The Confederate flag is coming down in the South. The Supreme Court foisted gay marriage on all 50 states.
Who would you rather not have on your dollar: Alexander Hamilton or Andrew Jackson?
Did you see Jeb Bush on Jimmy Fallon last night?
It finally happened. For numerous presidential cycles, Donald Trump hinted at a run but ultimately pulled back. On Tuesday, the billionaire officially threw his hair in the ring for the Republican nomination.
Hide the kids! There's another college rape survey out.
So a comedian talks to a journalist and wonders what's the deal with political correctness.
President Barack Obama desperately wants Congress to give him more authority and Republicans are leading the charge to give the president what he desires.
Another day, another embarrassing story for Baltimore City state's attorney Marilyn Mosby.
Who doesn't love a summer pool party?
"Congress shall make no law...prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech."
Get ready, America. Another Republican is running for president.
Day three of Jennerpalooza just ended. Hopefully America had its fill.
Several years from now, we will likely look back at June 1, 2015 as a transformative day in world history. We could even have it a holiday for it -- Caitlyn Jenner Day.
WASHINGTON -- The premiere event for Vice News' campus rape minidocumentary brought Democratic Sens. Claire McCaskill and Kirsten Gillibrand to George Washington University on a stormy Monday Night, yet notably failed to provide the statistics for the issue and did not mention the creator of a rape protest movement the event celebrated but whose story of sexual assault is now doubted.