President Donald Trump should welcome a thorough investigation into Russia’s involvement with 2016’s presidential race, but it is clear that he doesn’t.
Shane Vander Hart: The New York Times story about the Goldman Sachs loan that Ted Cruz took from his campaign is a non-story when looking at the facts.
Right to Rise PAC, who supports Jeb Bush, plans to spend $20 million to derail U.S. Senator Marco Rubio including targeting his pro-life stance.
The New York Times goes after U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) for having “financial struggles” such as student loans, mortgages and additional debt.
Peter Baker of the New York Times should realize that all Americans of every ideological stripe should be concerned about the safety of the President Obama.
Karl Rove has had a failed track record since 2006 so why would conservatives and the Tea Party allow him to dictate to us who our candidates should be?
Matthew was written A.D. 65-70, Mark was written A.D. 48-55, Luke was written A.D. 57-62, and John was written in A.D. 90, all of the authors were disciples of Christ or in the case of Luke, able to talk with eye witnesses about the events of Christ’s life. This is the verified truth. Any document, […]
“I want you to behave in a particular way, and if you don’t, I shall punish you…” Granted, it’s not the traditional way Prince Charming wooed his lady; but then, fairytales didn’t typically include rape, bondage and written contracts of non-disclosure. That is, until now. Fifty Shades of Grey From humble roots as a homespun […]
Watching the news or visiting a main street media website could lead you into thinking the delegate count they have posted is the real deal. But in actuality, each is guessing as there is no official delegate count, at least not for many of the states that have already voted, Iowa among them. The following […]
Jill June, Planned Parenthood of the Heartland CEO, is on the warpath – in an imaginary war created by the organization that butters her bread, Planned Parenthood. According to June’s war rhetoric in her January 20, 2012, Des Moines Register letter to the editor (“Here’s another reason women leave the GOP”), Republicans “vilify,” “rampage,” “attack,” […]
By Sarah Palin The New York Times just can’t seem to get much of anything right lately. No wonder they’re facing economic and reputation woes. Their article falsely reporting on my record as governor is full of spin, and I shall call them out on it. Regardless of the recent political posturing, ACES (Alaska’s Clear […]
Miscellany on steroids from the last couple of days: CBS: Obama Admin: Cap And Trade Could Cost Families $1,761 A Year Steve Laughlin: Republicans and Health Care (a well deserved rebuke) Motor City Times: When Is Obama Going To Give The “This Is Not The ACORN” I Knew Speech? Hot Air Green Room: ACORN audit […]
A pro-life activist, James Pouillon was shot and killed on Friday because, the defendant, Harlan Drake, “was offended by the manner of Mr. Puillon’s message.” Compared to coverage that George Tiller received when he was shot and killed the coverage surrounding this shooting has been pretty sparse. My hometown paper, The Des Moines Register, nada. […]
Libel is a term that many liberals in the press or blogosphere feel doesn’t apply to them, and they are at it again. One of the speculations out there about Governor Sarah Palin’s resignation is because there is a federal indictment coming on embezzlement charges from when she was mayor of Wasilla while the Wasilla […]
They may not want to print it, but I will here. HT: Greta Van Susteren In January 2007, when General David Petraeus took command in Iraq, he called the situation hard but not hopeless. Today, 18 months later, violence has fallen by up to 80% to the lowest levels in four years, and Sunni and […]
1. C. Michael Patton answers the question – What is Orthodoxy?. He outlines what is considered to be Historical Christian Orthodoxy, Historic Protestant/Evangelicalism Orthodoxy, Roman Catholic Orthodoxy, and Eastern Orthodoxy. This is an interesting post and it will help clarify for some of my readers when I mention historic Christian orthodoxy what that means. Usually […]