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Sen. Tom Cotton, Arkansas Republican. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston, File)

Where is Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas?

Sen. Tom Cotton, Arkansas Republican, was quick to lecture Iranian officials on the constitutional power of Congress to override any executive agreement with President Obama to scale back or end economic sanctions in exchange for limits on Iran's nuclear program.

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Rusty Humphries in East Jerusalem

The Pope has recognized the Palestinian State, Rusty thinks he's wrong to do so. Aaron Klein from WND.com joins in. Also, from one of the last interviews in Israel, Rusty goes to East Jerusalem and interviews his old friend, Voice Of Israel radio host Yishai Fleisher

Rusty Humphries City of David

VIDEO: Rusty Humphries in The City of David

An incredible history lesson, we go to the City of David and learn about King David, The Old Testament, Jerusalem, The City Of David and today's archeological finds in The Holy Land. Ze'ev Orenstein Director of International Affairs Ir David Foundation - City of David is our private tour guide.

U.S. President James A. Garfield is shown in an undated photo. (AP Photo)

Republican choices and echoes

"Choice or Echo" is a blog inspired by Phyllis Schlafly's book "A Choice Not An Echo," which argued that the 1964 Republican nominee for president must be a real conservative because Americans deserved a real choice in the presidential election not just an echo of the same old, same old.

Rusty Humphries in the City of David

Rusty Humphries goes to the City of David

An incredible history lesson, we go to the City of David and learn about King David, The Old Testament, Jerusalem, The City Of David and today's archeological finds in The Holy Land. Ze'ev Orenstein Director of International Affairs Ir David Foundation - City of David is our private tour guide.

Shiite fighters, known as Houthis, wearing army uniforms escort the convoy of Ismail Weld al-Sheikh, new U.N. special envoy to Yemen, at the international airport in Sanaa, Yemen, Tuesday, May 12, 2015. Warplanes from a Saudi-led coalition kept up their airstrikes targeting the positions of Yemen's Shiite rebels and their allies around the capital, Sanaa, hours ahead of a humanitarian cease-fire set to begin on Tuesday evening. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed)

Yemen: The lunacy of empire

The U.S. predator drone warfare in Yemen -- an artificial nation cobbled together from the ruins of the Ottoman Empire -- illustrates the lunacy of the American Empire.

Belize is a top diving spot in the Caribbean, especially with the Great Blue Hole to explore and the world's second-largest barrier reef nearby.

Belize: Sanctuary from the insanity

There are still places in this world where you can hide from that boogie man chasing you with bills, commitments and, oh yeah, those reports you need to finish even though no one will ever read them.

Artist Bosh Fawstin, left, is presented with a check for 12,500 by Dutch politician Geert Wilders, center, and Pamela Geller, right, during the American Freedom Defense Initiative program at the Curtis Culwell Center on Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Garland, Texas. (Gregory Castillo/The Dallas Morning News via AP)

The lengths we will go to for free speech

Beyond the sheer act of defiance in the face of tyranny that was the recent draw Muhammad contest in Garland, Texas, a deeper benefit is emerging.

Walter Duranty, New York Times correspondent, center, at a luncheon given in his honor by the Association of Foreign Press Correspondents at the Hotel Lombardy in New York, April 16, 1936.  At left is Kenneth Durant, representative of TASS, Soviet news agency, and at right is A. Bernard Moloney, of Reuters, president of the association. (AP Photo/John Rooney)

Walter Duranty 2.0

In the 1930s, a Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times correspondent named Walter Duranty misled his readers about the true, horrific nature of Soviet communism.

David Brat says he is focusing right now on getting to know Virginia's 7th Congressional District rather than looking ahead to whom he would support as House speaker if he wins election, but he indicated that the economy is a big issue for him. (Associated Press) **FILE**

The year of Dave Brat

It has been one year since Dave Brat beat the political machine of then House Majority Leader Eric Cantor in Virginia. Since that time, Mr. Brat has been a great conservative Congressman, acting on his promises instead of breaking them.