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After Governor Mike Pence’s clear defense of the sanctity of life in the vice presidential debate, I figured it would be timely to publish this (updated) article I wrote months ago explaining Donald Trump’s views on this subject. What are we to make of somebody

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Trump and Nebuchadnezzar

Americans were warned that not electing the 2012 Republican presidential candidate would have consequences, but probably didn’t expect the Donald Trump phenomenon to be one of them. Like begets like, but an extreme begets its opposite. Barack Obama was the anti-Bush, an airy highbrow of

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If you want to send a message to Washington, you must speak in its language. Washington only comprehends the electorate’s desires based upon the margin of victory between the winning candidate and the losing candidate from the opposing major party. If Obama wins, third party

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So, here’s my latest column in the Communities at The Washington Times… Rosen vs. Romney: The equality of homemakers and the relate-ability of presidential candidates Who really has a “dark ages” viewpoint of stay-at-home motherhood, and what does relate-ability have to do with being qualified

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But the catch lies in another hypothetical that revealed to me how clever Miss Scanlan really is.  I pondered for a moment – if Thomas Paine or Thomas Jefferson were running against Barack Obama, which candidate would I vote for?  Obama professes to be a

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As President Obama announces his re-election bid, buzz surrounds his former press secretary’s talks with Facebook. President Obama officially launched his re-election campaign on Monday. This unsurprising news came after last week’s buzz that a particular 2012 campaign consultant might be hired by Facebook: Robert

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“What is government if words have no meaning?” Such was the question that Jared Loughner asked Representative Gabrielle Giffords at an event in 2007. Unsatisfied by Giffords’ response (or warranted lack thereof), Loughner targeted her with an apparently vengeful fixation. The budding thought processes of

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala., November 11, 2010 – The conservative outcome of the midterm elections was a reigning topic of the Alabama Policy Institute’s Annual Dinner, which took place at the Cahaba Grand Conference center. Established in 1989, the API is “a non-partisan, non-profit research and education

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Winning minds is one thing.  Winning hearts is a totally different matter.  I’ll explain later. She’s conservative.  She loves and defends Christians.  She believes America was founded on Judeo-Christian values.  She says she would never vote for an atheist President.  But S.E. Cupp herself is

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Read the following, and please read my mother’s blog post, A Call To Prayer and visit Dutch Sheets’ website, www.dutchsheets.org. The real issue of this election is Justice: the issue of the Supreme Court.  The following sheds brilliant light on the subject and gives you

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