Jay Carson

Clinton connections high and low across the media are not shocking. They’re part of what Rush Limbaugh calls an “incestuous revolving door in Washington,” through which media establishments pluck politicos for their telegenic and talking points acumen until another administration calls. Some find their way

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“I personally would never agree to have an abortion performed on any woman bearing my child,” Gosnell told The Philadelphia Inquirer in October 1972. “As a physician, I am very concerned about the sanctity of life. But it is for this precise reason that I provide abortions

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Appeal To Heaven
Patty Hunter

Patty Hunter is a real sweetheart and a godly lady on a mission. Read my interview with her at Live Action News.


…Life-affirming themes used to be a hallmark of classic filmmaking, whether their genius was immediately recognized or not. A case in point is the work of Frank Capra, a director who is the namesake of Life Fest’s most prominent award. Capra was the youngest of

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Kentucky Oaks

The Kentucky Derby is a beautiful springtime American tradition (with a hat tip to the English part of our heritage) where we get to see at their fastest the animals that have carried so much of history on their backs: Horses. There is such a thrill

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Julep does it again…beautiful sales that make you not want to miss the opportunity! Julep’s beauty products omit the major toxic additives commonly found in cosmetics while maintaining superior quality with natural ingredients (i.e. Green coffee bean extract, Rosehip seed oil). Producing such things can be

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Jaime Herrera Beutler, photo by Joel Barhamand

In an interview with Marie Claire, Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) recounts a congressional freshman experience that may be all too common on Capitol Hill. A committee chairman asked for her signature to co-sponsor a bill without letting her read the actual bill. Beutler refused to play

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