Archive for January 22nd, 2008

Government Accountability Starts With Every American

The Claremont Institute features an insightful review of Amity Shales book The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression. The student of history, regardless of ideology, need only make a superficial comparison of how the United States operated 100 years ago and how it operates today to conclude that the two bear little […]

Family News in Focus 01-22-08

Who’s winning the abortion battle? Both sides are claiming victory on this anniversary of Roe v Wade Iowa supreme court ignores state law and rules homosexual couples can argue about custody battles Dedicated group of activists is playing major role in an upcoming gambling initiative in Florida Unexpected and unsavory aspect of in-vitro fertilization is […]

Don’t Rebate Taxes, Just Give Welfare

Some folks will just never get it, it seems. In local discussion about the proposed tax rebate of $800 per person or $1600 per married couple, the adage seems, “Never miss an opportunity to spit in the face of a gift horse.” From today’s Rapid City Journal: A few stores down from the grocery, Seeley […]

An Unexpected Correlation

Today is the 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, but medical researchers are just discovering a strange and unsettling phenomenon. Click here to listen From OnePlace.com

Drawing the Line

Psychologists Dr. James Dobson and Dr. Bill Maier discuss what to do with an unfaithful spouse. Click here to listen From OnePlace.com

Video: SC Democrat Debate

Here is the CNN Democrat Debate From Myrtle Beach, South Carolina yesterday. Courtesy of Nate at YouDecide2008

Heritage 2008 Index of Economic Freedom

Ever wonder why conservatives consider economic freedom so important? It’s not just a matter of fairness and justice, which are important in their own rights, but also has numerous practical benefits to society as a whole. Why are we so prosperous in America? The relative lack of governmental controls over our economy has a lot […]

Today’s 35th Annual March for Life

Washington Watch Daily – Tony Perkins Demanding justice for the nearly 50 million unborn killed since Roe v. Wade. Click here to listen From OnePlace.com

Bill Clinton Napping at Ceremony Honoring MLK

Was Bill Clinton hung over? Was he tired from a late night of interviewing new interns for Hillary’s campaign? Or was he just bored by all this talk of rights and stuff?

Catholic ‘Call for Civility’ Criticized

WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 /Christian Newswire/ — A group of 96 influential Catholics issued a petition today that explicitly criticizes a statement released last November that calls for greater “civility” among Catholics in political discourse. The signers of the new statement believe the November statement would have the effect of silencing the pro-life movement and silencing […]

Bad Arguments to Justify Heinous Acts

There’s an old adage which advises sometimes it’s better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool than to open it and remove all doubt. Too bad the pro-abortion and pro-sex-on-demand crowd never learned this. Over the past several months I’ve noticed folks from this sect attempting to cast aspersion on people who […]

Conservatism No Longer the Driving Principle of the GOP?

I read an insightful article at North Star Writers Group today by David Karki that sums up the current Republican primary situation about as well as anything I could imagine (no wonder I found it insightful–I could have written it). Here’s the part that says it best for me: And let’s be honest here: There […]