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This is a bot late, but this is for those “peaceful” protesters in Ferguson. There is a reason for many stereotypes. The Michael Brown decision was merely an excuse for looting and burning. Civili ... discuss

Capitol Dome Restoration Project. Photo: Carolyn Kaster, APToday in Washington, D.C. - Nov. 18, 2014Capitol Dome Project: Stephen T. Ayers, the Architect of the Capitol, invited media to the ro ... discuss

(Right) Prof. Danielle BessettYou simply have to smile and laugh when you read so many “academic” studies that purport to tell you this or that about what Americans believe (or, in this case, know ... discuss

It’s a sad excuse for what should be a saddening obituary. Twenty-nine-year-old Brittany Maynard tragically chose to end her life on Nov. 2, after being diagnosed with glioblastoma, a form of termi ... discuss

On October 31, 1517 an Augustinian monk named Martin Luther nailed a document to the door at the Wittenburg Church. His document, known as Ninety-Five Theses, was an invitation to discuss and debat ... discuss

I understand what this nurse is saying when she talks about the science, and stresses that you cannot get Ebola from somebody who isn’t displaying symptoms yet.  But what she (and other officia ... discuss

by Kelsey Harkness, The Daily Signal, Heritage Foundation: Perform same-sex wedding ceremonies or pay tens of thousands of dollars in fines and spend months behind bars. That’s the choice their ... discuss

Today our church, North Shore Baptist in Bay Side, Queens wrapped up its “Fall Ladies Conference.” This year the theme was “Joy in the Journey” and the women of North Shore ... discuss

SteynOnlineMobile EditionRegular SiteHome | Search | BioThe Unmaking of the American Worldby Mark SteynNational ReviewJune 13, 2014127While we're waiting for Baghdad to fall and no ... discuss

SteynOnlineMobile EditionRegular SiteHome | Search | BioThe Unmaking of the American Worldby Mark SteynNational ReviewJune 13, 2014127While we're waiting for Baghdad to fall and no ... discuss

Yes folks, I believe that Barack Obama’s presidency has been a total failure; and today I want to list all the many reasons why (from my point of view anyway). HE’S SO VAIN So let’s begin our li ... discuss

Gathering in Washington, DC for the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting, the RNC overwhelmingly passed a resolution today that says the party “will support Republican pro-life candidate ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates went after the Obama administration quite hard in his new book about his days working for Obama. And now Obama is showing how thin-skinn ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston In a December 28 Facebook posting advertising its article on the A&E network’s decision to reinstate Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson, the Denver Post called Rober ... discuss

This morning on the Morning Joe program, the Washington Post’s Bob Woodward called Obama out for not leading during the budget battle. The American economy is at stake…  The history books wi ... discuss

Frederick Hass, fundador y CEO de la casa de perfumerías «Excelsis Fine Fragrances», anunció la creación de una nueva fragancia creada en honor del Papa Francisco, como homenaje a su elección co ... discuss

By John Mccormack: The national limit on late-term abortion passed by the House of Representatives in June is a losing issue for Republicans, according to the conventional wisdom in the press and t ... discuss

By John Mccormack: The national limit on late-term abortion passed by the House of Representatives in June is a losing issue for Republicans, according to the conventional wisdom in the press and t ... discuss

By Dave Andrusko NRL News Today has written a bushel-full of stories on various polls that show the same result: the public is wide-open to banning abortion at 20 weeks, a time by which unborn babies ... discuss

from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

In response to an incident that took place in Brooklyn, NY, hacker and anarchist group Anonymous leaked phone numbers of police .   There’s one problem with this, as @xylonex on twitter points ... discuss

A couple of months ago, there were  stories on the internet claiming that Allen West wrote a kinki love letter to his wife, asking her to be his “personal porn star”.  Leftie press was h ... discuss

After Private WH Meeting, Liberal Leaders ‘Came Away Convinced That The White House Would Ultimately Prove Willing To Go Over The Fiscal Cliff’ Liberal Leaders ‘Pleased With What They Heard ... discuss

As The Fiscal Cliff Approaches, Some On The Left Are Campaigning Against Compromise Dem Admits: Liberal Base ‘Horribly Unreasonable’AP: “…Obama allies worry that liberal demands will make ... discuss

A working paper finds: Proposition 209 banned using racial preferences in admissions at California’s public colleges. We analyze unique data for all applicants and enrollees within the University of ... discuss

Mad Men Being Purged by Contributing Author Ralph Benko and Co-author Andresen Blom: The American electorate, in an act of magnificently creative destruction, just purged the Republican Party of the ... discuss

By: Cliff Kincaid Accuracy in Media Carl Bernstein was one of The Washington Post’s Watergate reporters who brought down Republican President Richard Nixon through the acquisition of inside informat ... discuss

Following President Obama’s claim Monday that the defense sequester is “not something that I've proposed” and Obama Chief of Staff Jack Lew trying to claim it was the idea of Republicans in ... discuss

The Leftists are obsessed with race. It seems to permeate their view of everything, at least when it's convenient. Without question, they equate conservatism with racism. It drives me nuts. It's compl ... discuss

What problems confront a candidate whose core beliefs are decided by focus groups!  The GOP nominee can't seem to put the primaries behind him. From The American Conservative  By W. ... discuss

Alas, there will be no stadium rally for Obama's acceptance speech.The explanation for the venue change is a threat of thunderstorms. From the Washington Post:President Barack Obama’s Democratic Nat ... discuss

“But, mom, everybody’s doing it?!” It might have been your favorite childhood expression as you lobbied for that new toy or extra handful of cotton candy. But for today’s millennials it’s an ... discuss

It should not surprise us that most of the media got the story wrong. The Associated Press reported the death of Miss Nellie Gray. Here’s how they covered her passing: “Nellie Gray, the ... discuss

Carl Olson has an extensive post tackling the “radical” nature of evil right-winger Paul Ryan. He starts by quoting one of Ryan’s more extreme statements. [We] will confidently proc ... discuss

By: Michael Widlanski Accuracy in Media (Exclusive to Accuracy in Media) Sometimes it is enough to see, not to analyze. The picture in The Washington Post of Barack Obama with Benjamin Netanyahu says ... discuss

Disturbing Pictures and Civil Rights in the American South:Roots author Alex Haley says Martin Luther King “… decided to create a crisis in 1963 to ‘dramatize the Negro plight and galvanize the ... discuss

OBAMA: So, you know, I have to tell you when I ran in 2008, when I ran in 2008, I tried to make sure that any promise I made I could keep. (President Barack Obama, Remarks At Campaign Event, Glen Alle ... discuss

A great piece by Andrew Coyne. Explaining the obvious. The many years of the Quebec knife at throat of Canada has exhausted a lot of the good will in Canada towards this province. I have separatist fr ... discuss

The Keystone Pipeline project was expected to create tens of thousands of high paying jobs in the oil industry. The project itself would create 20,000 construction jobs. And the pipeline would br ... discuss

I was standing in the room where Abraham Lincoln drafted the Emancipation Proclamation when I heard the news. I was visiting the Lincoln Cottage with some good friends from Scottsdale, Arizona, when w ... discuss

Nos países envelhecidos da Europa do Sul (globalmente, com mais de 15% de população com mais de 65 anos e número de jovens em declínio), os índices de dependência (relação entre população a ... discuss

by Josh Brahm Somebody emailed me this blog post by someone who goes by the name “uncloseyourmind.” I want to offer a brief response to get him or her thinking more about the issue. Personhood C ... discuss

At the Diamond Jubilee Gala, The marc and Craig Kielburgerannounced that this amazing young man had just reached the summit of Kilamanjaro. He is a winner of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal. It remi ... discuss

Why is AG Eric Holder Stonewalling Congress? Today in Washington, D.C. - June 7, 2012: The Senate reconvened at 9:30 AM today and resumed consideration of the motion to proceed to S. 3240, the far ... discuss

Click Image for More Info & Video Today in Washington, D.C. - May 31, 2012 The Senate reconvened at noon today for a pro-forma session and will then be in recess until Monday. When the Senate res ... discuss

A partir de agora, será assim todos os anos em Maio. Não se vem protestar, não se gritam palavras de ordem contra ninguém.Canta-se e dizem-se palavras animadoras que convidam a abraçar a apaixon ... discuss

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White House Gets Three Pinocchios Today in Washington, D.C. - May 25, 2012 The Senate is now in recess. The will reconvene for a pro-forma session at 2 PM today and will then be in recess until t ... discuss

I think it's great that so many pro-lifers are so young..It's a great indicator of hope for pro-lifers that even our young people respect life.   I truly believe that one day we will end abo ... discuss

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how local churches can best create contexts in which God’s truth is more likely, not just to be clear, but become “real” for people (for m ... discuss

In an exclusive interview with the Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff released tonight, NARAL President Nancy Keenan announced that she would be stepping down from her post at the end of the year. Kliff ... discuss

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Mark Davis Pickup The last blog entry "When The Law Is An Ass" was about Canada's shameful Criminal Code that states a baby is not a human being until fully born. Prenatal life is unprotec ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - May 1, 2012: Congress is not in session; return to full sessions on Monday. May 7th. Occupy May Day: Today is also called May Day in much of the world especially in commu ... discuss

FOR the record, here below is a copy of an important document published 26 April 2012 by the Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU PSC) regarding the situation betwe ... discuss

Hey, LSN covered Squeaker’s blog post.  They incorrectly attributed the post to me, but a plug is still a plug for Socon or Bust! Ottawa social conservative activist John Pacheco, who organized ... discuss

Oh brother.  A woman named Faye Flam, who writes the Planet of the Apes blog for the Philadelphia Inquirer about evolution–Get it? We’re all just apes. Get it?–has written a distinc ... discuss

We shouldn’t always get what we want–particularly when it comes at the cost of exploiting the world’s destitute or taking advantage of despotic circumstances to benefit personally. ... discuss

Roots author Alex Haley says Martin Luther King “… decided to create a crisis in 1963 to ‘dramatize the Negro plight and galvanize the national conscience.’”  He used shocking photos to ... discuss

President Obama is taking more and more criticism over the gimmicky tax hike, the Buffett Tax, he’s been pushing all week. Of course, the tax would barely make a dent in the massive Obama deficit ... discuss

Non-economists often debate the merits of free trade and/or NAFTA. But if you ask economists, they are nearly unanimously in agreement in favor of both: None of the economists surveyed disagreed  ... discuss

This article is pretty funny. It whines that there will be bignlayoffs and shows like little mosque on the prairie won't be made( very good!!) if the CBC is cut 10%. I say sell the whole thing off or ... discuss

Check out this follow-up article over at Embassy magazine.  It gives us the official skinny on why Development & Peace got their funding cut. Here are some notable sections worth commenting on: Obse ... discuss

 As many of you have already learned, CIDA has cut Development & Peace’s budget by 64%.  And the reason that Development & Peace got their funding cut was not abortion.  It was money, fiscal ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - March 12, 2012: Senate will resume consideration of S. 1813, the highway bill. On Tuesday, the Senate will continue voting on amendments to the highway bill. As many as 2 ... discuss

Article here   http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/muslims-harass-christian-services-with-massive-sound-system-video/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter:excerpt:  In a cou ... discuss

Funny how tolerant people always stand ready to tell everyone else what to do In his homily of January 22, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput said the following:As the historian Gertrude Himm ... discuss

“Our national debt per person now equals nearly $45,000, more than Greece. The president’s budget plan, sent to Congress, would grow our total debt by another $11 trillion. By the end of ten ye ... discuss

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from Jill Stanek.comby Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and KelliWe welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.c ... discuss

"To be morally challenged, one has to have been born. Obviously the same can be said for a moral person. However, the moral person is not seeking the death of the "unborn" or the "elderly." ~ Dr. Bil ... discuss

This article is reposted from The Daily Caller: http://dailycaller.comURL to the article source: http://dailycaller.com/2012/02/12/inside-media-matters-sources-memos-reveal-erratic-behavior-close-coor ... discuss

Ross Douthat writes at The New York Times:So far as I can tell, the White House’s proposed “compromise” in the contraception-sterilization-plan B-ella controversy asks the parties involved to co ... discuss

From The New York Times, The Opinion PagesBy Ross Douthat Catholic Quisling Carol Keehan and Obama So far as I can tell, the White House’s proposed “compromise” in the contraception-steriliz ... discuss

CONVERSABLE ECONOMIST: Labor's Declining Share of Total Income What explains this change? Jacobson and Occhino list the possibilities: "Economists have identified three long-term factors that can exp ... discuss

So the story of the day was the Daily Caller piece on Media Matters. There’s a lot here and none of it is good for MM. First off, it really paints David Brock as a bipolar, paranoiac: David Broc ... discuss

You knew it was coming, didn't you? The obligatory and mega-viral “dad shoots daughter’s laptop for writing naughty Facebook post” video. You can also read his stimulating commentary on his YouT ... discuss

Joining other ultra-liberals like Tosh.O’s star Daniel Tosh, is the Huffington Post’s Gavin Schulman.  Apparently, making light of abortion and viewing it as comedy is now the cool thing to do.  ... discuss

Joining other ultra-liberals like Tosh.O’s star Daniel Tosh, is the Huffington Post’s Gavin Schulman.  Apparently, making light of abortion and viewing it as comedy is now the cool thing to do.  ... discuss

The big news of the past 3 days has been that Susan G Komen race for the Cure has finally decided to cut its ties with Planned Parenthood. On 2 February Komen CEO Nancy Brinker & President Elizab ... discuss

Temos vivido em plena tempestade económica, talvez a mais grave desde a Grande Depressão de 29. A actual crise, como muitas outras, é em grande medida obra do homem. Ao contrário dos fenómenos na ... discuss

"To be morally challenged, one has to have been born. Obviously the same can be said for a moral person. However, the moral person is not seeking the death of the "unborn" or the "elderly." ~ Dr. Bil ... discuss

Monday, January 30, 2012 Donate - Subscribe to LifeSite Daily News - Unsubscribe - Update Your Profile - Send News Tips Click here to View Full Text, With Photos, of all Today's ... discuss

by John Jalsevac A few days ago I received an e-mail. It was from a “Sr. Fran DaGrossa,” a Catholic nun. She informed that that she was the “angry nun” captured by the Washington Post’s phot ... discuss

by John Jalsevac January 30, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – After receiving letters from “antiabortion readers” complaining about his paper’s coverage of the March for Life, the Washington Post’s ... discuss

Toon by A.F. Tony Branco Mr. Obama Has Shifted Into Full-Bore Campaigning,’ ‘That’s What The Speech Was All About’ ‘He Didn't Just Dip Into Campaign Speech; He Was Swimming In It The Wh ... discuss

Many sincere people on both sides of the abortion fight bemoan the fact that we can never seem to find any middle ground.  The Choice Network, a group of four facilities in Ohio, seems to be holding ... discuss

Many sincere people on both sides of the abortion fight bemoan the fact that we can never seem to find any middle ground.  The Choice Network, a group of four facilities in Ohio, seems to be holding ... discuss

by Michael New January 9, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Last week, the Washington Post’s Wonkblog posted a story by Sarah Kliff about the success that pro-lifers enjoyed enacting incremental state-level ... discuss

So yesterday I was adding a quote from Richard Collins of Linen on the Hedgerow to my sidebar widget, “What They’re Saying about OTA”.  To be taken seriously by other writers who are (or sh ... discuss

Last week, the Washington Post’s Wonkblog posted a story by Sarah Kliff about the success that pro-lifers enjoyed enacting incremental state-level laws this past year. The Guttmacher Institute repor ... discuss

Tweet This PostOriginally published by Q ideas for the common good, we are publishing this post here with permission and the permission of the author, Rebekah Lyons.   Secrets. We all have them ... discuss

Many in the media rallied around the right for Bill Whatcott to speak freely even if they disagreed vehemently with his message, part of what the National Post’s Chris Selley called “the pleasantl ... discuss

The Washington Post’s Melinda Henneberger recently had a chat with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), in which the far-left politician reiterated her fierce condemnation of Republican effort ... discuss

The Washington Post’s Melinda Henneberger recently had a chat with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), in which the far-left politician reiterated her fierce condemnation of Republican effort ... discuss

Update 3:50 PM: U.S. House failed (261-165 to approve a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution. A majority but short of the 290 votes needed; it was supported by 236 Republicans and 25 Democrat ... discuss

Ken Blackwell, Contributing Author: The headlines are stark indeed. “Israel Readies a Pre-Emptive Strike.” Israeli Prime Minister is said to be working to persuade reluctant members of his coalit ... discuss

Fred Barnes Great article in the Weekly Standard by Fred Barnes on the progress of the pro-life movement in recent years.  He said That the pro-life movement is bigger is a given. It’s also younger ... discuss

I confess it’s been awhile since I read the feisty conservative publication, Human Events. I picked up a copy from a stack at the Capitol Hill Club yesterday and instantly remembered why I loved thi ... discuss

Marco Rubio punched back against the defamatory Washington Post piece. Liberals are loving it because Marco Rubio — an ardently pro-American Senator of Cuban descent can not only lead, but he ... discuss

Okay, this is where I have to object. This is not a good article, this is crap. unsourced, yellow journalistic crap. The reports are not good, disturbing even. I have heard basically the same story fo ... discuss

New York’s 9th Congressional District this week elected a conservative Republican to fill the seat of the disgraced Anthony Weiner. The winner of the special election will be the first from his part ... discuss

Last night, after the Presidents Speech, 52 Senate Democrats voted against proceeding to a resolution of disapproval (S.J. Res. 25) of the president’s request to increase the debt limit an additi ... discuss

I read in a recent issue of the Washington Post that the newspaper’s future is being firmly staked on going “populist.” (I scan the Post, dear reader, so you don’t have to.) The column ran on ... discuss

Welcome to the 401st (that’s right!) Christian Carnival! As usual, you will find a range of posts, on a range of subjects, but all united by the poster’s desire to share their experience o ... discuss

Author: George Weigel | Source: Catholic ExchangeThe Washington Post‘s culture critic, Philip Kennicott, recently took to the pages of his paper to note the “cognitive dissonance” between ingrai ... discuss

This is the kind of smart analysis that you regularly see on blogs (both left and right) but which rarely appears in mainstream media outlets. Kudos to Erik Wemple and the Post for this: Biden himself ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - August 1, 2011: Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) failed to get the 60 votes needed for cloture on his proposal to raise the debt ceiling by a vote of 50- ... discuss

Please join us for an urgent Webcast concerning the Summer of Mercy 2.0 event tonight at 9:00 PM Eastern. Click here to sign up now! ________________ The following is a press release from Rev. Patrick ... discuss

Contact: Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, 540-538-4741; Dr. Grace Morrison, 240-997-2520 GERMANTOWN, Md., July 28, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- Recently a Washington Post article stated "All the late-te ... discuss

If anything, the responses I got to “The Golden Calf of Scientism” on The Impractical Catholic have provided some good blogging material. One reply, in fact, dovetails nicely with a reply Jennife ... discuss

John wrote an excellent post about the lack of effort on the part of the bishops teaching the Truth on key moral issues. While some bishops have gone on record as being opposed to attempts to legal ... discuss

Today, Apple (finally) released their new update for Final Cut Pro. Here at AdeptPlus, we’ve been using the Final Cut Studio for as long as we have been editing media. However, with Apple’ ... discuss

On Saturday, the Washington Post’s religion page inside the Metro section highlighted a pro-life cause: what may be the only Jewish crisis-pregnancy center in the country, Erica Pelman’s group In ... discuss

Good day fine and admirable pro-life minions, What is a pro-life minion you ask? I first saw the phrase “pro-life minion” in a post post on the “Abortioneers” blog. And w ... discuss

Good day fine and admirable pro-life minions, What is a pro-life minion you ask? I first saw the phrase “pro-life minion” in a post post on the “Abortioneers” blog. And w ... discuss

Today I launched my new all-political blog – Thompson Politics.  Check it out when you get a chance.  I decided to do most of my political blogging there and not here at this blog.  However, ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - May 12, 2011: Yesterday, the Senate voted 96-0 to confirm Arenda L. Wright Allen, for US District Judge for the Eastern District of Virginia. At 1 PM the Senate will consi ... discuss

That Obama was compiling a hit list of American citizens was first revealed in January of last year when The Washington Post’s Dana Priest mentioned in passing at the end of a long article that at l ... discuss

By William Warren Congress is still adjourned for Easter recess and senators and representatives are traveling around their states and districts holding town-halls and meeting with people. When the ... discuss

Have a Happy Easter everyone. Yesterday we promised that we’s post today the top 10 candidates we want to see lose. That will have to wait until next week as events took over my day in ways ... discuss

Have a Happy Easter everyone. Yesterday we promised that we’s post today the top 10 candidates we want to see lose. That will have to wait until next week as events took over my day in ways ... discuss

Update 4:46P PM CDT: The Senate passed (81-to-19) H.R. 1473. They also rejected measures to defund the national health-care law (Obamacare) and Planned Parenthood. ------------ Today in Washington ... discuss

Please go check out my latest Battle Ready piece at CatholicDadsOnline.org: What is 'Enough'?What do you do with your family? What is – “Enough”? Every family is in a different “situation” ... discuss

Both the Senate and House are in recess for "constituent work week" and will return on March 28th. It is seems odd that President Obama and his administration timed its actions to their absence to lau ... discuss

By Stan Goodenough | www.stangoodenough.com | Originally published Feb 2011 My soul has dwelt too long with one who hates peace. I am for peace; But when I speak, they are for war. (Psalm 120:6-7) ... discuss

-By Warner Todd Huston Journolister and Washington Post writer Ezra Klein is another one of those liberals in the elite Old Media trying to pretend that there is no Islam in terrorism these days. He& ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - March 8, 2011:  Yesterday, as anticipated the Senate unanimously confirmed 3 district court nominees. Not much effort here to stop the Obama take over of the Americ ... discuss

Today in Washington, D.C. - March 4, 2011: No votes in the Senate. On Monday, the Senate will consider 3 district court judge nominations and then vote on cloture on S. 23, the patent reform bill.&n ... discuss

Update, Noon: Here is the one-page summary of official recommendations made to the Douglas County Board of Education by the School Choice Task Force’s “Option Certificates” subcommit ... discuss

I have never had an abortion, but I was browsing the internet looking for information on birth, as my child is expected to be born in another four weeks.  I came across this sight, a ... discuss

One of the ways bloggers generate revenue to pay for their hosting costs and website domain names is by adding Google Adsense advertisements. In particular, even though smaller blogs (such as blogicu ... discuss

One of the ways bloggers generate revenue to pay for their hosting costs is by adding Google Adsense advertisements. In particular, even though smaller blogs (such as blogicus), are unable to attract ... discuss

For those of us who have to read the Washington Post, it can often be a trial. We are used to having our political, economic, social, and foreign policy principles trashed on a daily basis. We know th ... discuss

President Obama was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace for 2009. His nomination had to have been entered by February 1st of this year. At that point, as many incredulous pundits have noted, he had been ... discuss

Some readers might recognize this post’s title from a popular Christian t-shirt. However, Christians who wear these shirts (and those among us who eschew theology by slogan) might stop and consider ... discuss

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton This is a reprint of an earlier post… Ashton Carter Meet President Obama’s Weapons Czar - Dr. Ashton Carter… From Who Runs Gov: Three days later, Obama kept ... discuss

By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton This is a reprint of an earlier post… ar - Cass Sunstein Meet your future Regulatory Czar - Mr. Cass Sunstein. He is a so-called American legal scholar, particularly in ... discuss

Une douzaine d’association pro-avortement on publié un mémo de 55 pages qui a été posté sur le site officiel de transition de présidence de Barack Obama. Des associations comme le planning fam ... discuss

Yesterday's post: Obama's Song of Praise for Pennsylvania. Today, we review some "blowback" to Obama words:Obama’s ‘Small Town’ Slam Framed as Republican Attack By Wash. Post by Warner Todd Hust ... discuss

This post comes with no intention to intrude upon or disrespect Barack Obama’s private relationship with his children.  No doubt, the Democratic presidential hopeful loves his little girls. ... discuss

I’m hoping to clean out my inbox this week and get to some blogging. Hang tight. Please let me know if you’re waiting for a reply but never hear from me. I answer all my email, but lately, some em ... discuss

Philip Bennett, the Washington Post’s managing editor, paid a visit to the University of California, Irvine for a little chat earlier this week. During his comments on the subject of religion and po ... discuss

I’m hoping to clean out my inbox this week and get to some blogging. Hang tight. Please let me know if you’re waiting for a reply but never hear from me. I answer all my email, but lately, some e ... discuss

One of my goals this year is to empty the inbox and answer the questions that are piling up. So join me in my first Q & A for the year 2008!!!Do you make a list of resolutions or goals for the year?Ye ... discuss

A while back, I took issue with a piece written for CBS Public Eye in which Samuel Freedman, professor of journalism at Columbia University and a columnist for The New York Times, who wrote: Instead ... discuss

One of the critical differences between America and the rest of the west is that America has a First Amendment and the rest don't. And a lot of them are far too comfortable with the notion that in fre ... discuss

“Inspections of N.J. licensed abortion clinics are rare” reported New Jersey’s Press of Atlantic City in something equally rare — an investigative news report on abortion facil ... discuss

Radley Balko, pictured at right, is now a senior editor of Reason magazine and a former policy analyst for the Cato Institute specializing in vice and civil liberties issues. Balko has an essay in the ... discuss

Question: Are pro-choicers confident enough in their position to support individual states deciding how to handle abortion? In the August/September issue of libertarian Reason magazine, senior editor ... discuss

Best of the Web Today’s James Taranto reminded readers of his “Roe Effect” theory in his post yesterday about the recently released “Turnaround on Abortion” study.    ... discuss

By HENRIETTA G. TAVISHSpecial to The Dawn PatrolWASHINGTON DC, May 14 — Stunned by a video showing a frail, 91-year old women's rights organization being tricked into the non-reporting ... discuss

By HENRIETTA G. TAVISHSpecial to The Dawn PatrolNEW YORK, May 10 — Having previously declared that he "hates" abortion, Republican presidential hopeful Rudolph Giuliani yesterday expressed ... discuss

Horrors like the Holocaust must be remembered, not repeated.  A reminder that yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day, or Yom Hashoah, flashed me back to my visit to the United States Holocaust Me ... discuss

(Scarica file PDF Il magistero della Chiesa sull'aborto) “Nessuna parola vale a cambiare la realtà delle cose: l'aborto procurato è l'uccisione deliberata e diretta, comunque venga ... discuss

The drug aminopterin, now linked to the confirmed food poisoning deaths of 15 cats and one dog, has a history rich in paradox.      http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/P/PET_FOOD_RECALL?SITE=MO ... discuss

 When the neighbor inching along with his little dog finally  moved up the block early this morning, I slipped out the door in my psychedelic hot pink, daisy-decorated bathrobe — a g ... discuss

While there was plenty of room for disagreement in The Great Stem Cell Debate at the University of Pennsylvania Tuesday, there were few empty seats in Houston Hall.  Suiting the grandeur of the set ... discuss

While there was plenty of room for disagreement in The Great Stem Cell Debate at the University of Pennsylvania yesterday, there were few empty seats in Houston Hall.  Suiting the grandeur of the s ... discuss

Yes, my friend, there are pro-lifers at Penn.  This presence pro-life-types within the magnificent Ivy covered walls of the University of Pennsylvania could easily demonstrate the “Roe Effect. ... discuss

By John C. A. BambenekFrom today's University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Daily Illini, reprinted by permission of the author:Sexuality, by its very nature, is a vulnerable thing. It involves le ... discuss

"La grandezza degli Stati Uniti è che le sfide più importanti portano inevitabilmente alla ribalta leader con la forza necessaria per affrontare il momento e la capacità di farci alzare in piedi i ... discuss

Lo so… avevo promesso che avrei smesso. Lo so… Squitto adesso mi tirerà le orecchie ma questa non si può tacere. La discussione nel post di PDL (quello che ci dava degli ineleganti conco ... discuss

A Farewell to Armitage WaPo’s high-attitude Plame-out by Thomas Lindaman After three years of accusations, media appearances, and heated exchanges, the Valerie Plame situation has gone from a ba ... discuss

A commenter didn't like my earlier post. I wrote a long reply so I thought i'd post it here also, with the links Hi AK06, i appreciate you taking the time to post a comment, but ... discuss

The rhetorical quesiton: “‘Christian’ activists blowing up abortion clinics,” as the Washington Post’s Jim Hoagland wrote on July 3, obviously proves the danger to our civilization and the mora ... discuss

Mercredi le 7 décembre 2005 Manifestation pacifique ou Guerre Civile (Pour avocats seulement) Nous luttons pacifiquement depuis 33 ans afin d'arrêter le massacre de plus de 43,000,000 de nos c ... discuss

Tying in with Hedgemaker's post… On light pollution Did you know? Two–thirds of Americans cannot see the Milky Way from their backyard, and 99% of the population live in an area that ... discuss

After 3 days of insulting speeches by 6 of the 8 left-wing Democrat members of the Senate Judiciary Committee during the confirmation hearings for Judge Samuel Alito, the left effort utterly failed as ... discuss

This is a weekly briefing I subscribe to from the Population Research Institute. Since they encourage circulation, and since I know some of you are interested in this essay on how the pro-abortion f ... discuss




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