Archive for May 24th, 2013

Father of ADHD calls himself a liar

Father of ADHD calls himself a liar

“ADHD is a prime example of a fictitious disease.” These were the words of Leon Eisenberg, the “scientific father of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder),” in his last interview before his death. The medical industry is using the guise of helping children to depersonalize and disconnect our children from a healthy, normal upbringing.

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Marco Rubio (Photo credit: Gage Skidmore)

Rubio Has Liberal Record on Immigration in Florida Legislature

Like many conservatives, I once thought Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) was a solid, reliable conservative. Then he joined with the so-called “Gang of 8” in crafting a sellout amnesty proposal that Rubio and some others still claim isn’t amnesty even though it clearly is. Now his liberal illegal immigration record in the Florida legislature is coming to light, and some things are suddenly becoming more clear.

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Former Abortion Doctor Testifies FOR Abortion Ban

Former Abortion Doctor Testifies FOR Abortion Ban

Dr. Anthony Levantino is a New Mexico doctor who previously performed 1,200 abortions. After his own daughter died in a tragic accident, he began a process of self examination. He now realizes the truth about abortion.

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Why the RINOs Now Care About IRS Tea Party Harassment

Why the RINOs Now Care About IRS Tea Party Harassment

Have you ever wondered why the RINOs–who despise the Tea Party and the icky conservatives who make it up–suddenly care about the fact that the IRS harassed Tea Party and other conservative groups? If you haven’t, you should.

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The Era of Multiculturalism

The Era of Multiculturalism

A good clip on multiculturalism from Thomas Sowell, explaining why culture is not to blame for disparities in income, education, or crime rates.

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Putting Sexual Morality Up to a Vote

Putting Sexual Morality Up to a Vote

May 23, 2013 was a sad day for the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), and another tragic day for an America in decline. The Scouts’ corporate-driven leaders in their folly put sexual morality up for a vote, and when it was all over, the Scouts as we once knew them — a God-fearing, wholesome organization — were finished.

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IRS vs. Citizens United

IRS vs. Citizens United

The Supreme Court in 2010 ruled unequivocally in the Citizens United v. FEC decision that independent political expenditures by 501(c)(4) organizations are protected under groups’ First Amendment rights to the freedom of speech. They cannot be restricted. Yet the IRS, under President Obama, has sought to restrict the activities of Tea Party and other conservative groups.

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Bringing Balance to the Endangered Species Act

Bringing Balance to the Endangered Species Act

The positive and negative impacts of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) will be examined by a special working group within the House Resources Committee. The committee should explore how the broadest possible application of the ESA has impacted communities, private property rights and in some cases has actually harmed the species recovery itself.

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That Which Demands our Attention

That Which Demands our Attention

The number one charge, the highest calling and responsibility of our federal government, is to protect our shores and American lives. That’s it, pure and simple! In order to institute its fair expectation, we have created and maintain a standing military. As such, members of our military begin their service with a sworn oath to protect and defend. Along our way, standard operating procedures have gone astray.

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Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD)

Combating Sexual Assault

As a new member of the House Armed Service Committee, it has been especially troubling to hear of the rise of sexual assaults in the military. According to the Pentagon, there has been nearly a 35 percent increase in sexual assaults in the U.S. military since 2010. This statistic is one of the reasons I’ve spent the last couple months working on ways to address this problem.

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