Carson Weighs in on Transgender Controversies (VIDEO)

Ben Carson sat down last week for an interview with Jorge Ramos, where he was asked for his thoughts on the controversy surrounding the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance which was rejected by voters.  You can see his response below: JORGE RAMOS: Let me ask you — In Houston recently they rejected a measure that would have banned discrimination against the LGBT community. Dr. Carson, should transgender men and women use any public bathroom they choose? BEN CARSON: How about we have a transgender bathroom? RAMOS: Would that be your solution, your proposal? CARSON: Sure. Absolutely. There is absolutely no reason

Hillary Clinton and the Democrats’ Houston Problem

It was a shocking election, shocking to Democrats who fell victim to their own bubble propaganda that social issues are going to be the key to their comeback, and shocking to establishment conservatives who have fallen victim to the “truce strategy” of silence on social issues, which feeds the Democrats’ overreach. How could Hillary Clinton have gotten herself in the position of endorsing the “right” of biological males to shower in girls’ locker rooms? Houston was supposed to be the beachhead of a great expansion of transgender rights, by a political elite that mistakes GOP submission, and public quiescence in

Three Questions Hillary Won’t Be Asked at the Debate (Video)

Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience. What I’d love to see is the Democratic debate conducted by CNBC as if they also hated the Democrats, and I think it’ll be fun to ask Hillary three questions: Number one: You were quoted out and out lying in the Benghazi hearings between what you were telling your family and close friends and what you were telling the American public. Doesn’t that simply disqualify you, and take away any possibility that the American people would trust you? Second

Even Democrats Disagree With Hillary’s Support for Men in Women’s Bathrooms

Hillary Clinton took to Twitter last week to endorse the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO)—a campaign strategy that failed completely Houston’s proposed ordinance, which would extend full public accommodations access to gay and transgender people under the guise of “nondiscrimination,” was rejected by a huge margin on Tuesday: voted down 61 percent to 39 percent. The most pressing argument driving opposition to HERO and other such ordinances that we expect to see cropping up within the coming months is the danger to the safety and dignity of women (and even men) that these measures would enable. The ordinance would allow

Why Was Tuesday’s Election a Game-Changer for Conservatives? (VIDEO)

Frank Cannon is president of the American Principles Project and a respected conservative political strategist with over 30 years of experience. Well, the good guys won overall.  And by ‘the good guys,’ I mean not Republicans necessarily but conservatives—and those of us who argue that conservative issues are actually a net gain for the party. Number one, in Kentucky, Matt Bevin won the election, and he decided smartly to campaign on religious liberty, on traditional marriage, against Planned Parenthood in the closing days.  And it helped pull the election out for him. In Houston, the people who have the common