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  • Doing Lunch: Burke And Rick And Me

    by Bob Morrison

    February 26, 2013: I was still recovering from the loss of my dear friend Michael Schwartz, a leading pro-lifer, and realizing anew that there are not an infinite number of tomorrows when I ran into an old friend on the Metro.

  • Four Decades of Deception

    by Bob Morrison

    January 28, 2013: The latest NBC News push poll on Roe v. Wade extends a virtually unbroken line of lies -- 40 years, to be exact. The poll first informs respondents that -- drum roll, then ruffles and flourishes, please -- the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled.

  • The '1 Percent' Of Abortions

    by Bob Morrison

    January 25, 2013: The speaker pointed to the flags in front of Thomas Jefferson's majestic capitol in Richmond. He noted the figures on the Virginia flag.

  • I See You: Telling the ICU Mobile Story

    by Bob Morrison

    August 29, 2011: "I see you." It's not just a sweet game. It's not just three simple words. It's a profound lesson. Isn't that the first, or at least one of the first games we play with our infants? Baby learns: There's an "I." There's a "you." And there's a bond of love between us two.

  • What the Founders Really Did on Religious Liberty

    by Bob Morrison

    January 20, 2011: The Founders of our country considered religious liberty our "first freedom." In their view, it was the bedrock upon which all other freedoms rest. Why? They understood that one's right to worship God and follow his conscience according to the principles of his religious faith was foundational to all morality. A man whose religious faith was repressed could never be a loyal citizen, since the state was usurping his first allegiance and costing him his primary, or first, freedom. George Washington's motto was, "Deeds, not Words." He lived it: During the Constitutional Convention, he rarely spoke, and those who knew him well noted his courtly, almost diffident manner. Yet his actions -- his leadership during the Revolution, his policies and practices as our first President, and his well-reputed example as a man of prayer and reverence -- spoke to a measure of conviction few American statesmen have ever come close to matching.

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