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    October 09, 2015

    Army Petitions Sarge Ahead!

    The Pentagon may not have Sergeant First Class Charles Martland's back, but more than 130,000 Americans do! Since the Bronze Star winner came under fire for roughing up a child rapist in Afghanistan, Martland is building his own army of support. More than 130,000 Americans are standing up and demanding the Green Beret's reinstatement for doing what most of them would have done in his place:

    October 08, 2015

    Foxx and Friends Debut New Panel

    There's plenty of uncertainty about who will be leading the House -- but not quite as much on where they'll lead. One of the biggest priorities of the new Speaker has already been decided, thanks in part to yesterday's vote to turn up the heat on Planned Parenthood. Now five investigations into the ghoulish organ harvesting business, members say the only thing they're left with is more questions.

    October 07, 2015

    Army Puts Charles in Discharge

    In the Obama military, you can celebrate immorality -- but you can't confront it. That's the lesson the Army is trying to teach the Green Beret's Charles Martland. A hero by both record and reputation, Sergeant First Class Martland is about to lose his career over something that any parent or decent American would have done: intervene in the violent rape of an innocent boy. When Martland

    October 06, 2015

    Houston Still Has a Problem

    Houston Mayor Annise Parker (D) promised not to make homosexuality an issue in her administration. Instead, she's made it the issue -- around which everything else revolves. As the leader of the fourth largest city in America, Parker jumped at the chance to use her power in support of her own personal LGBT agenda. An open lesbian, the Mayor has tried to bypass the laws on marriage, declared

    October 05, 2015

    A Pope-pourri of Distortion

    In the largest security detail in American history, there's no such thing as a "chance" meeting. But that's exactly what the media is claiming took place between Pope Francis and Kentucky's Kim Davis. Frustrated by the Pope's obvious support for the jailed clerk, the press is stirring up speculation about whether the conversation even took place. Pouncing on the private nature of the meeting,

    October 02, 2015

    Something We Should Politicize...

    Last night as our family gathered for our evening prayers, we prayed for the injured and the families of those killed yesterday at Umpqua Community College in Oregon by an anti-Christian gunman. We didn't know the names or all the details at the time only that Christians were specifically targeted. According to witnesses the gunman asked his victims what their religion was. If they responded they

    October 01, 2015

    Iran away without Paying

    The President's Iran deal came at great expense to U.S. security -- and it may come at even greater expense to the regime's victims. About 43 billion dollars' worth. Until recently, most people probably didn't know that the Iranian government owed a bundle of money to American and Israeli terrorism victims. Since the late 1990s, U.S. courts have awarded billions of dollars to these families for

    September 30, 2015

    For Whom the Bill Tolls...

    Can Republicans keep the government open -- and taxpayer wallets to Planned Parenthood shut? That's the question on everyone's minds as the GOP catapults into another last-minute budget frenzy. With the hot seat barely cold after yesterday's Cecile Richards hearing, Republicans are moving quickly into phase two of defunding the abortion giant. Yesterday, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) zeroed in on

    September 29, 2015

    Planned Parenthood's Cecile the Lyin'

    While businesses start closing the books on another fiscal year, Congress is fighting to close the books on taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood -- permanently. Caught in a scandal with an unprecedented "ick" factor, organization President Cecile Richards took the stand for the first time to try to justify the grisly baby harvesting ring her group has been hiding. Relying on tired talking

    September 21, 2015

    Keeping Faith at Army's Length?

    How serious is President Obama about addressing the crises in his military? Not very, if his latest nomination is any indication. With the troops already fighting an internal war over recruitment and retention, the President wants to raise the stakes by appointing openly gay Eric Fanning as Army Secretary. Fanning, who conservatives remember from the Phillip Monk controversy, has spent his last

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