Category: National

39 Years of Court-Sanctioned Bloodshed

39 Years of Court-Sanctioned Bloodshed

JANUARY 22, 1973, the Supreme Court decisions of Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton allowed abortion in all nine months of pregnancy. 23 years later, Norma McCorvey, who was the “Jane Roe” in the Roe v. Wade suit, said on ABC’s World News Tonight, Norma McCorvey said: “I think abortion’s wrong. I think what I did with Roe v. Wade was wrong.”

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Romney Campaign a Recipe for Disaster

Romney Campaign a Recipe for Disaster

For those who may still be entertaining the delusion that Mitt “RomneyCare” Romney even remotely represents authentic Republican values, Erick Erickson’s latest at RedState is a must-read.  Exit polls make clear what we already knew: Romney supporters are mostly those with little or no affection for core Republican values and principles. Not a surprise since Romney himself has little loyalty for many fundamental Republican positions. This is a recipe for disaster.

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Mind-Rotting ‘Wisdom’ From the Left

Mind-Rotting ‘Wisdom’ From the Left

If you’ve ever spent any time around a liberal, you’ll be familiar with at least a few of these mind-rotting pearls of “wisdom” from the Left.

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Are Godly Women Extinct?

Are Godly Women Extinct?

It is the godly woman who is crucially needed in our land today. Godly women are absolutely crucial to any society in this fallen world and Satan knows it. Almighty God cannot praise her enough, for her role is absolutely key for preserving her children, family, society and nation from the ravishing effects of this fallen world’s lawless state.

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The Nobility of the Working Class

The Nobility of the Working Class

You probably heard about one of Newt Gingrich’s shining moments in a recent debate where, when the “mainstream” media played the tired old race card yet again (this time over jobs and earning money), and Gingrich threw it right back in their face? I have news for the snotty, nose-in-the-air elitists: the only thing worth being ashamed of is the work you could do but refuse to do. Bill Whittle’s Afterburner gives this issue some much-deserved additional attention.

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The Fundamental Basis of our Bill of Rights

The Fundamental Basis of our Bill of Rights

At the opening of The Ten Commandments, 1956, Cecil B. DeMille stated: “Man has made 32 million laws since the Commandments were handed down to Moses on Mount Sinai…but he has never improved on God’s law…They are the charter and guide of human liberty, for there can be no liberty without the law.”

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Court ruling on ultrasound law worth celebrating

Court ruling on ultrasound law worth celebrating

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals gave good reason for celebration for the hundreds of thousands who will arrive in Washington for the 39th annual March for Life on Monday. The court last week upheld the constitutionality of a new law in Texas requiring that abortion providers do ultrasound exams and that a woman listen to the physician’s description of her unborn child and to the heartbeat before deciding whether to abort.

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Dozens of Conservative Leaders Endorse Rick Santorum for President

Dozens of Conservative Leaders Endorse Rick Santorum for President

ConservativeHQ.com Chairman Richard Viguerie announced the first group of conservative leaders to join him in endorsing former Senator Rick Santorum for President.  Viguerie  pointed out that at a meeting of some 150 conservative leaders last weekend, a 75% consensus was reached in support of Rick Santorum for president.  Among the nearly three dozen leaders announcing their endorsement of Santorum today were Gary Bauer, Penna Dexter, James Dobson, Elaine Donnelly, Tim Echols, Joseph Farah, Maggie Gallagher, and Rebecca Hagelin.

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Have We Lost Our Republic?

Have We Lost Our Republic?

I wonder if we have lost our nation. I don’t come to the conclusion lightly. But, If those Americans who take more in benefits from the government than they produce have not already overwhelmed the system to form an effective majority, they are perilously close. There is no other issue facing our nation that is more important than this battle between those who are government wards and those who pay the freight. America has a choice of who she wants to be in the future. I pray that the voters choose wisely.

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Looking for a Reagan Conservative

Looking for a Reagan Conservative

A Reagan conservative believes in a balance of social conservatism, economic conservatism, and national security conservatism. Ronald Reagan understood the meaning of party unity. He also understood how to keep things clear, concise and focused. Ronald Reagan the conservative also communicated a program in language that Americans could plainly understand and goals that were easily grasped. Where do the GOP candidates stack up?

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