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    January 27, 2014

    State of the Dictatorship

    President Obama is a big proponent of recycling -- and he's proven it with his last several State of the Union speeches. While America's problems keep piling up, the White House keeps trotting out the same tired solutions. Early reports of tomorrow's address suggest that the President is intent on regifting the failed priorities of the past five ... (more)


    January 24, 2014

    I Got You Abe

    Gary Sinise and Jon Voight have starred in plenty of dramas -- and now they're living one, courtesy of the IRS. For years, the duo (along with Kelsey Grammer) has been the face of Hollywood's conservative resistance, even going so far as to form a sort of underground support group. With people from across the entertainment industry, Sinise set out ... (more)


    January 23, 2014

    March Madness: Media Bias Snubs Pro-Lifers

    The media didn't need a sub-zero wind chill to freeze out pro-lifers. Most networks have had a lot of practice perfecting their greatest magic trick: making hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers disappear! If you weren't at yesterday's March for Life and missed the photos from Twitter, you'd probably never know the event took place. As usual, the ... (more)


    January 22, 2014

    Standing Strong to Right What's Wrong

    After a night of brutal cold, the sun rose over Washington today, lighting up the national mall and the crowds of people who braved the snow to promote life. Even the frigid temperatures couldn't keep pro-lifers away, as hundreds of thousands spilled out into roads that could barely contain them for the 41st annual March for Life. "Unless Roe v. ... (more)


    January 21, 2014

    ObamaCare: Only the Good Buy Young

    The NBA's Chris Paul hawks everything from PowerAde to deodorant -- but ObamaCare may be his toughest sell yet. Like Magic Johnson, Alonzo Mourning, and Steph Curry, the all-star point guard is one of many celebrities who agreed to start pitching the President's health care plan to young people. And not a moment too soon, based on the White ... (more)


    January 20, 2014

    Flour Power: Bakers Stick to Beliefs Despite Pressure

    In a politically correct world, the costs of running a business are a lot more than dollars and cents. For Aaron and Melissa Klein, the owners of a small Oregon bakery, the price is their First Amendment rights. Their dream of opening a dessert shop near Portland, Oregon turned into a nightmare when two lesbians refused to take "no" for an answer ... (more)


    January 17, 2014

    IRS: Inalienable Rights Suppressor?

    If you thought giving money to the IRS was frustrating, try handing it your First Amendment rights. Under the Democrats' new rule, conservative activists may have no choice. In the run up to the 2014 elections, the President's party can't hide from their scandalous record, but they can certainly keep the opposition from talking about it. That ... (more)


    January 16, 2014

    Revisiting the Statute of Liberty

    On any given day, the line into the National Archives can stretch for blocks. Less than a half mile from FRC, hundreds of Americans wait patiently for the chance to look through thick glass at the yellowed documents that gave rise to the greatest republic the world has ever seen. There, in the dimmest of lights, the founders' handwriting is almost ... (more)


    January 15, 2014

    Bible Belt Won't Buckle on Marriage

    After watching from a distance as the marriage debate ignited out west, Oklahomans were horrified yesterday to see the battle march directly into their backyards. From Tulsa to Tipton, the news dropped like a bombshell, stunning the million-plus voters who'd exercised what they thought was their constitutional right to define marriage. Under the ... (more)


    January 14, 2014

    Omnibus or Omnibust? Congress Debates Trillion-Dollar Deal

    This New Year's, one person who isn't going on a diet is Uncle Sam. In the spending package released yesterday, Congress blows by the old sequester caps, giving leaders a trillion-dollar rope to string along taxpayers. The bill, which at 1,582 pages is about as long as the local phone book, was more than three and half years in the making. But not ... (more)


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