Democrats Tell Us Exactly Why They Should Never Be Elected

The thirty or forty people who tuned into watch the latest Democratic Party debate on PBS were in for a treat on Thursday. In a departure from tradition, the candidates used their time in front of a national television audience to explain, in great detail, why neither they nor anyone in their party should ever be allowed anywhere near the ...

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“Almost Any Other President” Could Have Been Impeached on These Charges

In an excellent op-ed for The New York Times this weekend, Wisconsin Republican Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner laid out a thorough case against impeachment, explaining why he chose to vote no on Wednesday’s historic charges. Sensenbrenner, who was on Capitol Hill way back in the late 1990s when the time came to vote for President Bill Clinton’s impeachment, said the differences ...

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Impeachment Delay Has Democrats’ Witnesses Turning Against Them

Even in a process that has been riddled with secrecy, unprecedented levels of partisan vitriol, departures from long-established norms, and a stunning absence of evidence, Democrats managed to outdo themselves following their vote to impeach President Donald Trump. Only minutes after the vote, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slyly indicated that they might just “sit” on the impeachment articles until they ...

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McConnell Jabs Pelosi: Looks Like They’re “Getting Cold Feet”

In a speech on the floor of the Senate on Thursday, Mitch McConnell scoffed at the “shoddy work” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her Democrats had done in bringing impeachment against President Donald Trump. McConnell noted Pelosi’s remarks at a press conference after the vote as well, speculating that the Democrats may be “too afraid” to finish this business by ...

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Texas Judge Sues to Protect her Right to Not Officiate Gay Weddings

After receiving a rebuke and a warning from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, Waco-based Judge Dianne Hensley is filing a lawsuit against the agency, claiming that they are attempting to violate her right to exercise her religion in good faith. Hensley decided after the 2015 Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage that she would refuse to officiate any same-sex ...

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Poll: Only 63% of Americans Would “Miss Freedom of Speech”

USA Today ran a story on Tuesday with the remarkable slant that 92% of Americans believe that their rights are being threatened. According to a Harris/Purple Project poll, nearly everyone in the country thinks that their rights are under siege from one group or another – though of course no one really agrees about which rights are being endangered. 48% ...

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LGBT Mafia Wins Again as Hallmark Channel Backs Down

We knew it couldn’t last. When we learned this week that Hallmark Channel, under pressure from conservative groups like One Million Moms, was pulling an advertisement from their airwaves because it featured a lesbian wedding and a kiss between two women, we knew that wouldn’t be the end of it. When, in the last four or five years, do you ...

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Biden: Take It From the UK, Going Too Far Left is a Mistake

The day after British Prime Minister destroyed socialist Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to retain office, Joe Biden told supporters in San Francisco that the election across the pond should provide a lesson to America’s Democratic Party. “Boris Johnson is winning in a walk,” Biden said. “Look what happens when the Labour Party moves so, so far to the left. ...

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Over a Million Christians Petition Netflix to Remove “Gay Jesus” Movie

Netflix was probably not expecting a massive pushback when they put the movie, “The First Temptation of Christ” on their streaming platform, but boy did they get one. As of Friday, more than 1.2 million American Christians have signed a Change.org petition asking Netflix to take down the self-described “comedy,” which depicts Jesus bringing home “a surprise guest” to meet ...

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Oh, Brother: Tarzan Deemed Too Racist for High School Play

The story of Tarzan has been an enduring part of our pop culture landscape since author Edgar Rice Burroughs first set pen to paper in 1912. It has been made into countless movies, television shows, and even formed the basis of a megahit Disney cartoon in the late 1990s. Until now, it seemed that most Americans missed the horrible, racist ...

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