This video of Glenn Beck does some jumping around, but there is one overriding theme: the hijacking of the national conversation by the morally bankrupt Left. Please take the time to watch this, and then ask yourself some tough questions, including: "Have I been taken in by any of this? Have I let them silence me? Have I let them intimidate me from standing up for what is right?" If you don't like the answers you come up with, what are you going to do about it?
According to pro-abortion reasoning, poor women -- desperate because of an unwanted pregnancy, pressed because regulations and costs make abortion difficult to get -- turn to sleazebag doctors who will do it cheaply, with no regard for the woman, the law or safety. But it is ironic that those who call themselves "pro-choice" argue that the only alternatives facing low-income women are unsafe abortions done by sleazebags or government-subsidized abortions. There is another choice, but those who call themselves don't want women, particularly poor women, to consider it. This option is called birth.
This is a very interesting and telling interview from Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) of IRS Commissioner Steven Miller over the Obama Administration scandal involving IRS harassment of Tea Party and other conservative groups. I don't know why Kelly isn't trying to extend an olive branch. Why isn't he trying to find common ground? Why isn't he trying to persuade this guy to see things his way? Why is he being so mean?
The front: homosexual marriage. The end: schoolchildren. This week, Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton (labeled one of America’s worst senators by TIME) signed homosexual marriage legislation into un-law after the un-lawful House and Senate approved it. In concert these branches of the Minnesota government have proven themselves to be in defiance against the laws of Nature and Nature’s God, as found in the Declaration of Independence.
Sarah Hall Ingram, the woman in charge of the IRS during it's high period of harassment of Tea Party and other conservative groups, is now going to be running ObamaCare. Joseph Grant, the IRS commissioner who became the fall guy for the Obama Administration in this scandal, is just a patsy. He was going to be done with the job in less than a month anyway, and he wasn't in charge during the time when the IRS was busy muzzling Tea Party groups.
"We don't intend to turn the Republican Party over to the traitors in the battle just ended. We will have no more of those candidates who are pledged to the same goals as our opposition and who seek our support. Turning the party over to the so-called moderates wouldn't make any sense at all." - Ronald Reagan, Nov. 10, 1964