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    May 15, 2014

    Science Friction Heats up D.C. Debate

    Liberals must like their science the way they like their ideology: full of inconsistencies. For years, the Left has treated truth like an endless buffet, picking and choosing what they want based on the debate du jour. They use "science" to prop up their environmental straw man -- but when it comes to human personhood or fetal pain, they're ... (more)


    May 14, 2014

    Idaho Ruling Hardly Small Potatoes

    If anyone can handle a political hot potato, it's Idaho. Still, that didn't make Tuesday's decision on marriage any easier for its deeply conservative voters, who unwillingly joined the parade of states overruled by the judicial elite. Reporters barely had time to exhale after Friday's Arkansas decision, when U.S. District Magistrate Judge Candy ... (more)


    May 13, 2014

    Reid's Senate in a World of Pain

    If you're wondering what Senate Democrats decided to give moms for Mother's Day, try dirty, unregulated abortion clinics. While conservatives fight to give women more protection, liberals are trying to send states back to the dark ages of health care. Their latest attempt, Sen. Richard Blumenthal's (D-Conn.) ridiculously named "Women's Health ... (more)


    May 12, 2014

    Raiders of a Lost Ark.

    Arkansas may be "the Natural State" -- but not on marriage, if one judge gets his way. Late Friday, the South's most reliably pro-marriage state was rocked by the news that a local judge wadded up the will of 75% of voters and threw it on the progressive trash heap, where liberals hope to bury natural marriage. Pulaski County Circuit Judge Chris ... (more)


    May 09, 2014

    A Good Mandate Is Hard to Find

    While the Hill is knee-deep in the President's latest disgraces, conservatives are focused on another White House scandal: the HHS mandate. Benghazi, the IRS, NSA, EPA, and DOJ may hog all the headlines, but the four-year drumbeat against the White House's war on religious liberty goes on. For most Americans, time hasn't dulled the outrage over ... (more)


    May 08, 2014

    Baseball Bros Not Safe at Home and Garden TV

    As major league baseball players, David and Jason Benham were used to a level playing field. In Hollywood, they're finding out that for Christians, there's no such thing. The twin brothers, who were set to launch a home-flipping show on HGTV in October, found out this week that their program is being canceled before it even started! The network ... (more)


    May 07, 2014

    At Ballot Box, Marriage of Primary Importance

    Supporting marriage might cost you a job in broadcasting, but in Republican politics, it's the best decision you can make. Indiana voters made that crystal clear in last night's primary, refusing to "hold their peace" on two GOP House members who helped sink the state's chance at a marriage protection amendment. Kathy Heuer (R) and Rebecca Kubacki ... (more)


    May 06, 2014

    A Mass. Exodus on ObamaCare

    Functionality may be in short supply with ObamaCare -- but irony sure isn't. Yesterday, in an announcement that seemed to sum up the last year of this debacle, Massachusetts scrapped the health care system that started it all. What once served as the model for the President's law is now a symbol of its dysfunction, as the Bay State becomes the ... (more)


    May 05, 2014

    Saving Grace in Greece: SCOTUS Sides with Prayer

    Today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling wasn't just an answer on prayer -- it was an answer to prayer! In what experts are calling one of the biggest religious liberty wins in the last half-century, the Court gave its blessing to an American tradition more than 200 years old: legislative prayer. In cities across America, secular activists have come to ... (more)


    May 02, 2014

    Fight at the Museum

    You can't put a price tag on women's contributions to America -- but Congress is trying. For almost 20 years, liberals have batted around the idea of building a National Women's History Museum in D.C. as a way to draw attention to the untold stories and accomplishments of America's daughters. Who could be opposed to that? Plenty of people, once ... (more)


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