How can anyone not see that Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) is an enemy of the United States? Now, with this treasonous, illegal terrorist prisoner swap for Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who appears to be a deserter, if not a traitor, it’s harder for Obama’s sycophants to defend his actions, yet they are still trying to do so.
As usual, Rush Limbaugh's kidding goes right over the head of leftists. The Huffington Post’s Catherine Taibi apparently didn't hear the mirth in Rush's voice when he took a call on Thursday from a man who called himself "Tina." The headline of her short piece is, "Rush Limbaugh Gets Schooled By Transgender Caller." But, that's not what happened.
Homosexuals are retaliating against Mississippi for protecting Christians and businesses against homosexual activists with a "We don't discriminate" sticker campaign. If you see one of these stickers, you know the business either pushes the homosexual agenda, or is collaborating with the homosexual agenda.
The full-frontal assault on marriage continues unabated as lawless federal judges across the land overturn the will of the people of sovereign states in writing law from the bench imposing same-sex “marriage” where it has been firmly rejected. The latest bad rulings are from Pennsylvania and Oregon, where federal judges this week nullified voter-approved protection of marriage. Now the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) has proudly announced an 8.5 million-dollar “permanent” effort, called Project One America, to impose its degenerate will on the southern states of Mississippi, Alabama and Arkansas.
Last week, Sal Russo, a co-founder of the Tea Party Express, declared his support for amnesty for illegal aliens in the United States. Naturally, he doesn’t call it amnesty in his column posted on Wednesday at Roll Call, but instead uses RINO-speak to say the same thing. Reading his article, you might think it was written by a Democrat, if you didn’t know any better.
On April 9th, Americans for Truth About Homosexuality’s Peter LaBarbera was invited by the Traditional Values Club to give a speech at Sinclair Community College (SCC) in Dayton, Ohio. A couple of intolerant, pro-homosexual teachers organized a large walk-out of his speech, which he handled with an abundance of grace. Yet one of the teachers, Kate Geiselman, subsequently decided to write a column featured in Salon.com in which she makes false claims about LaBarbera's behavior at the event.
Liberals are having blown-gasket fits over Monday’s Supreme Court ruling that—gasp!—Americans are indeed free to pray at public meetings, just as we always have been throughout our history. It is tragic that our nation has become so warped in the head that it is now commonplace for God-haters to routinely succeed in setting terrible court precedents that have polluted and twisted the plain, simple meaning of our God-given, First Amendment-protected rights.
Conservatives have repeatedly warned that unconstitutional “hate crimes” laws would inevitably lead to laws against what is labeled as “hate speech.” Naturally, those on the Left have ridiculed such warnings, claiming that could never happen. As usual, the Left is wrong.
If only the environmentalists would simply tweak their message to make it more palatable to conservatives, we could once again have bipartisan agreement that the premises of environmentalism are desirable. That’s the sentiment of a column published Friday at the Huffington Post.
Give them an inch, and they’ll demand a mile. We warned you that the terrible decision by the Boy Scouts of America to allow openly homosexual boys into membership would only lead to further attacks against the organization by the militant homosexual Left. We were right, and the target is now judges who have ties to the Scouts.« Previous Page — Next Page »
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