Lecture Me Not, Gun-grabbers, on My Rights

GunRightsby Jerry Richardson11/10/14
Gun-grabbers have been increasingly losing the so-called “gun-control” debate, especially in the past 14 years. Why? More » • (1927 views)

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The Alice in Wonderland Defense

WordsMeanThingsby Jerry Richardson11/8/14
Words need to mean something; and we have reached a critical time in US legal history that requires words to mean something if our freedoms are to survive. More » • (2218 views)

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Democrats Finally Overplayed Their Hand

Matthews1by Patricia L. Dickson   11/7/14
Although it feels like it was a long time coming, the Democrats have finally gotten their just deserts, and I must admit that it is a guilty pleasure to witness their meltdown. More » • (5405 views)

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Too Late Smart

willpennyby Jon N. Hall    11/3/14
In the movie western Will Penny (1968), Charlton Heston’s title character, an ageing cowboy, is thrown together with a young woman who has taken possession of the crude cabin he is to occupy while watching over the far reaches of his employer’s huge cattle ranch. More » • (1687 views)

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Understanding Obama’s Ebola Psychosis

Ebolaby Matthew Vadum   11/3/14
Many Americans believe that the Obama administration’s schizophrenic behavior during the unfolding Ebola crisis is proof that Barack Obama is an incompetent chief executive. More » • (1282 views)

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Life Imprisonment is a Hidden Death Penalty

Pope Francis Holds His Weekly General Audienceby Mark Tooley   11/3/14
Pope Francis expands on Church opposition to capital punishment.  •  Recently Pope Francis reiterated papal opposition to the death penalty and, going a step further, also renounced life imprisonment, which is the alternative that many death penalty opponents typically cite. More » • (1359 views)

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Does Barack Obama Have Blood on His Hands?

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke   11/3/14
Little Eli Waller will never grow up to be president. The four-year-old New Jersey boy will never grow up to be anything because enterovirus D68 took his life — quite possibly because a boy who did grow up to be president, but not really a man, invited the virus into our country. More » • (1280 views)

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What Do Gays Really Want From The Church?

HomoGlassby Patricia L. Dickson   11/2/14
After a federal judge in Idaho recently ruled that the state’s ban on gay marriage was unconstitutional, ordained ministers Donald and Evelyn Knapp who own the Hitching Post wedding chapel in the city of Coeur d‘Alene, were asked by a gay couple to perform their wedding ceremony. According to Fox News More » • (1241 views)

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Some Quick Notes on the 2014 Election

WeakGOPby N. A. Halkides   10/31/14
After six long, miserable years of misrule by Barack Hussein Obama and a Democratic-held Senate, this should by rights be a blowout election with massive Republican gains and a lot of shell-shocked Democrats making excuses on Wednesday morning. More » • (3273 views)

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Separation of Church and State?

ReligiousFreedomby Leigh Bravo  10/31/14
Is there really a separation of church and state and has the current administration honored it? Have Democrats around the country been stepping on our rights to Religious freedom? More » • (1177 views)

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ObamaCare and the Language of Law

ObamaCareby Jon N. Hall    10/29/14
On Sept. 30, Judge Ronald A. White of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Oklahoma delivered his decision in Pruitt v. Burwell, the third of four related cases to have received a judgment. More » • (1631 views)

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The Left and the Distortion of History

KingAlfredby John L. Hancock   10/27/14
In the fall of 1991, the relatively small and quiet university of Alfred U in New York was engrossed in controversy.  Indignant professors led students in protests, heated debates raged throughout the divided campus, editorials filled the school and local papers. More » • (1612 views)

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