Democrats Playing Games With National Defense

There comes a time when a politician, regardless of which side of the aisle he happens to be on, must put aside his party loyalty and vote in the best interests of the United States. The next few days will reveal whether or not there are enough Democrats in Congress with the guts to put national defense above partisan politics. ...

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Fight Cultural Evil With Your Wallet

Famed preacher Franklin Graham, known for his steadfast refusal to play nice with liberals, is asking Christians to withdraw their monetary support of businesses that lobby for gay marriage. “Have you ever asked yourself – how can we fight the tide of moral decay that is being crammed down our throats by big business, the media, and the gay & ...

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Walker on War: No Limitations

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker appeared on ABC’s This Week with Jonathan Karl Sunday to talk about his White House aspirations. Walker is among a handful of likely GOP candidates who have yet to officially declare, but it seems clear from the interview that the popular conservative has every intention of throwing his hat into the ring. And when he does ...

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Fracking Exonerated! New EPA Report Enrages Left

If you’ve been listening to the tree-hugging environmentalist crowd for the last decade, you have probably come to believe that fracking is on the verge of destroying the United States. The green crowd has decided that natural gas is not an appropriate substitute for crude oil, and they have brought an unprecedented scare campaign to bear on the hydraulic fracturing ...

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Clinton Pushing for Automatic Voter Registration

Hillary Clinton made it clear this week that she is not just seeking votes, she is seeking to overhaul the way we vote. At speeches in Texas, Clinton railed against voter ID laws, praised efforts to expand early voting periods, and made the case for automatic voter registration. In the latter case, Clinton believes every American who turns 18 should ...

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Americans Support Voter ID

Democrats have been pushing hard for the elimination of voter ID laws, but a new survey shows that this effort may go unappreciated by an important demographic – namely, the majority of the American public. According to Rasmussen Reports, the liberal argument that Republicans want to discriminate at the voting booth is not having much of an impact. 76 percent ...

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Private School Takes Field Trip to Sex Store

America’s public schools have fallen so far down the liberal rabbit hole that there has been a surge in both homeschooling and private educational alternatives. But if the case of Gaia Democratic School in Minneapolis is any indication, parents fed up with the public school system should research carefully before choosing a private institution. Some of them are just as ...

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Catholic University Removes “White Supremacy” Statue

A metal statue that has graced the St. Louis University campus for years is coming down after students complained of its message of “white supremacy.” The statue, which features Jesuit missionary Pierre-Jean De Smet praying over two Native Americans, will now be moved to an indoor art museum so as not to upset the campus community. Though criticism has been ...

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Pastor in Disbelief Over Persecution of Christians

Never one to mince words, the Reverend E.W. Jackson took the stage last week at the Family Research Council’s Watchmen on the Wall event to decry the state of Christian persecution. “It bothers me to think my own country is a strange land,” Jackson at the pastors’ retreat. “I never thought there would be a day when my nation would ...

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Religious Freedom? Not in Obama’s America

President Obama came into office with a vision for (all together now) hope and change. In practice, this vision has been realized by stealing liberty from Americans one small pinch at a time. A little bit from the gun column, a little bit from the free market. A little bit from the school system, a little bit from the healthcare ...

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