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“We Are The Pro-Life Generation”: Reflections from the 41st Annual March for Life


By – Peter A. Finocchio Yesterday, the 42nd anniversary of Roe v. Wade, tens of thousands gathered on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. and marched to the Supreme Court building to show their solidarity for the unborn and others impacted by... Read More

President Obama’s State of Confusion


By – Peter Finocchio On Tuesday night, President Obama gave his sixth State of the Union address, and his first to a fully Republican Congress. Many had hoped the President would heed the mandate of the American people rendered in November’s... Read More

#BilaRants — Really, GOP?


1. I actually have emails suggesting a Mitt Romney/Jeb Bush ticket. No, really, I do. The guy forever linked to Romneycare paired with a Common Core advocate. Limited government all the way! No. Just no. I can’t think of a faster way to turn off genuine... Read More

Great Comedy Is ‘An Act of Courage’


By Jedediah Bila Jon Stewart shared some thoughts last night on the terrorist attack on Charlie Hebdo: “I know very few people go into comedy as an act of courage, mainly because it shouldn’t have to be that. It shouldn’t be an act of courage, it should... Read More

EEOC: School Wrong to Fire Teacher Who Gave Bible to Student


from – – by Todd Starnes PHILLIPSBURG, N.J — A New Jersey school district violated the law when it fired a teacher who handed a Bible to a student, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled on December 15, 2014. The... Read More

The Tragedy of the American Military


from – – by – James Fallows In mid-September, while President Obama was fending off complaints that he should have done more, done less, or done something different about the overlapping crises in Iraq and Syria, he traveled... Read More

My 2016 Candidate Checklist


The 2016 chatter is in full force. Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, Tea Party vs. establishment, libertarian vs. conservative—the debate is already heated. I’m ready for those interested in a run to show us what they have in terms of policy,... Read More

On Race in America: Lesson Learned, The Hard Way

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from – The National Interest – by Peter Roff Some parts of America, particularly the liberal elites, still have a problem dealing with the issue of race. The promise inherent in Barack Obama’s elevation to the presidency, that it would... Read More

The Gruberization of a Nation


by Diana Erbio – Numerous videos surfaced recently of MIT economist Jonathan Gruber exposing the foundation of the fundamental transformation of the healthcare system that was built into the Affordable Care Act. Most of the media, if they covered the... Read More

“Are You Smart Enough to be President of the United States?”


Via Jedediah Bila at Breitbart News I can’t stop laughing right now. Why? Because I just watched a clip of MSNBC’s Kasie Hunt interviewing Governor Rick Perry. She actually asked him, “And are you smart enough to be President of the United... Read More

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