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    November 05, 2015

    A Proposition We Could Refuse...

    The city that launched a hundred missions pulled off one of its biggest Tuesday, when Houston downed anti-freedom Proposition 1. The measure that sparked millions of dollars in ads, rallies, and public outcry was soundly rejected, blindsiding liberals who wrongly believed the country was on board with their social extremism. Now, barely 48 hours after the 61-39% drubbing, the mainstream media

    November 04, 2015

    Space City Eclipses Expectations!

    Almost a year to the day after FRC’s “I Stand Sunday” event, Houston stood all right! With one voice, voters banded together, overpowered the mayor’s agenda, and took their city back. Proposition 1, the ordinance that would have punished free speech and forced a radical definition of sexuality on Houston’s most innocent, went down in flames last night, shocking the

    November 03, 2015

    Mail Bonding? Richards Writes Ryan for Help

    The House Speaker may have changed, but Planned Parenthood’s tactics have not. In an odd sort of congratulatory letter, President Cecile Richards reached out to Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) for the first time since his election. In hopes of veering him off his predecessor’s course, Richards spends four pages defending her organization’s baby parts-for-profits ring before asking the new

    November 02, 2015

    ObamaScare: More Americans Spooked by Health Costs

    The president promised that his health care law would grow on us. Well, something’s growing all right -- but it isn’t support. Costs and frustrations are at all-time highs just two days into the new enrollment period that kicked off Sunday. According to insiders, even the cheapest plans on the not-so Affordable Care Act are soaring 13% above last year’s prices. With

    October 30, 2015

    A Near-Debt Experience

    America's debt problems are enough to keep people up at night -- and yesterday, they did! While the rest of the country was counting sheep, Congress was counting votes on a controversial budget deal that finally passed in the wee hours of Friday morning. At 3:12 a.m., with the government's credit completely maxed out, the Senate gave its approval to a deal that John Boehner hatched as one of his

    October 28, 2015

    Planned Parenthood's Hearts of Darkness

    Who needs horror movies when the Center for Medical Progress is producing such frightening footage from Planned Parenthood? One after another, the videos of the group's organ harvesting scheme sound like something out of a Halloween script. If only it were. Instead, the gory trade -- often joked about by the workers involved -- is putting an exclamation point on taxpayers' insistence that

    October 27, 2015

    Intentional Grounding of Coach's Rights

    Joe Kennedy is a veteran of two wars -- but now he's fighting a new enemy: political correctness. The Bremerton football coach didn't spend 20 years defending freedom only to have his stolen, but that's exactly what the school district is threatening. A week and a half after the revered coach put his job on the line by resuming his midfield prayer, the Washington State Education Superintendent is

    October 26, 2015

    Generous to a Default?

    If you thought your credit was a mess, you should see the government's! With daily payments as high as $60 billion, America has been testing the brakes at the brink of spending crisis after spending crisis. Now, days away from maxing out the government's virtual credit cards, the House and Senate are in a mad scramble to put another financial fire out: the prospect of defaulting on America's

    October 23, 2015

    Obama Plays Veto Games with American Lives

    For the first time ever, a President has vetoed funding for our military because of his desire to increase funding for domestic social program. Yesterday, for only the fifth time in his presidency, President Obama used his veto pen, vetoing the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The measure provides funding and limited policy direction for the military. The NDAA was passed with

    October 22, 2015

    Back to the Future of Planned Parenthood

    To most people, the word "reconciliation" means settling a fight. In Congress, it means starting one! This seldom-used budget process has become the center of attention for week, as GOP leaders seek to use it to tackle two of the most controversial uses of government money: Planned Parenthood and ObamaCare. Although reconciliation isn't used often, it is a powerful tool for the majority party to

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