Lies Do Not Prevent Gun Violence

obama mexican flag provided this report about a recent speaking engagement where the President addressed law enforcemtent professionals. On October 27 President Obama addressed law enforcement personnel gathered in Chicago and said that “It is easier for a lot of young people in this city and [communities around the country] to buy a gun than it is to buy a book.” He was speaking to the 122nd annual International Association of Chiefs of Police. After addressing the inherent dangers of a job Read more [...] Continue reading →

Praying Coach and Freedom of Speech

clock2S The saga of the praying coach in Bremerton, Washington, continues.  Last night, the assistant coach attended the game as a member of the public as stipulated in his administrative leave agreement.  At that same game, members of the Seattle chapter of the Satanic Temple were watching the game and had requested an opportunity to do an invocation on the field.  After learning of the coach's suspension, the group withdrew their request to perform the invocation. The Seattle Times reported this Read more [...] Continue reading →

Rand Paul Stands Against Increasing the Debt Ceiling

rand paul cspan For six years we Republicans have griped about what Obama has done to the national debt, so why are we helping him borrow more? The truth is the sequester was barely a reduction of spending. What we needed and still need at the very least is a spending freeze. We should be talking about reducing the budget, eventually. But a spending freeze would at least be a step in the right direction. Where are the fiscal conservatives who were elected by the Tea Party Republicans?  Where is Ted Cruz on Read more [...] Continue reading →

The Stronger the Family, The Stronger the Economy

baby1_2616677b Research shows that there is a solid correlation between strong families and strong economies.  A report produced by the American Enterprise Institute posits 4 basic  points showing how family life affects a society's economic structure. Higher levels of marriage, and especially higher levels of married-parent families, are strongly associated with more economic growth, more economic mobility, less child poverty, and higher median family income at the state level in the United States. When Read more [...] Continue reading →

Population Control Policy Backfires--China's One-Child Policy Comes to an End

1.8411562 The news of China stopping its one-child policy seems a cause for celebration to anyone who is pro-life.  The policy of population control has been in place for nearly 40 years and has killed millions of children.  It has left a nation bereft of a generation to take their people into the future, and now they are scrambling to recreate their loss of human resources. God has stopped this atrocity, and that is truly a reason to celebrate.  However, the motives and facts behind the change is mind Read more [...] Continue reading →

German Hospitals Face Unprecedented Struggles as They Treat Syrian Refugees

German-hospital-614793-2 Syrian "refugees" have been welcomed to the US by President Obama.  Germany is struggling to deal with the many diseases carried by migrants from Syria. A report from a doctor serving in Germany is causing some in the West to fear as more countries open their borders to those seeking asylum.   Citizens of the US and other western nations are right to be concerned.  Germans who have worked hard their entire lives cannot get medical care at no cost, but refugees who have just arrived there from Read more [...] Continue reading →

New Cybersecurity Bill Protects Companies as Government Snitches

A man types on a computer keyboard in Warsaw in this February 28, 2013 illustration file picture. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Files A new bill passed this week will grant protection from prosecution of for violation of privacy laws to companies who share private data.  While it is allegedly limited to specific types of information, the concerns of lawmakers and privacy groups is that this law will open the door to government encroaching on the rights of the citizenry. The Washington Post Reports The Senate on Tuesday passed a cybersecurity bill that would give companies legal immunity for sharing data with the federal government, Read more [...] Continue reading →

Joe Kennedy, Satanists, and the Misuse of the Establishment Clause

religious-freedomV2 The story about Bremerton Washington assistant football coach Joe Kennedy and his postgame prayers has been well publicized.  We have all seen it somewhere.  Here's a guy who doesn't make a big deal about praying. He goes out to the field after the game, prays a very inclusive and "love your fellow man" kind of prayer, and then goes home. According to, Kennedy has been praying before and after the games since 2008, and it only recently became a problem with the school district. Read more [...] Continue reading →

NOAA Won't Release Global Warming Data to GOP

globalWarming Congress is finally investigating some of the global warming claims made by the Obama Administration, particularly a study that refuted the 15-plus-years pause in warming that other studies have reported. But the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is refusing to fully comply with a subpoena issued by the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, chaired by Rep. Lamar Smith. Smith issued the subpoenas two weeks ago for emails and records from U.S. scientists who participated Read more [...] Continue reading →

Global Warming -- Reducing it Carries a Big Price Tag

globalwarming_main_198896 The fight to reduce global warming is on the agendas of all the major countries in the world, and doing so carries a big price tag.  As the larger developed countries joined in discussions on this topic with developing nations, no arrangements were made regarding how the expense would be covered. Shikha Delmia wrote about the situation in A Third World revolt in Bonn, Germany, this week almost derailed the Paris climate change negotiations in November.  The revolt was triggered Read more [...] Continue reading →

Increase in Defense Spending -- Will It Really Keep Us Safe?

Biden Delivers Commencement Address At US Military Academy At West Point President Obama and Congress are agreeing on something.  Isn't that great?  It would be if they weren't agreeing to spend more money that we don't have. Tom Coburn and William Ruger wrote about the bipartisan irresponsibility in USA Today: President Obama had drawn a red line by vetoing the recently passed defense authorization act while clearly stating that he wouldn’t sign another continuing resolution. Instead, he demanded an increase in spending for both domestic and defense spending. Many Read more [...] Continue reading →

Threats to Impeach IRS Chief Looming

562ffb0023a5c.image Now here is something I can get behind! The Roanoke Times reported: Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen failed to comply with a congressional subpoena, allowed documents to be destroyed and misled the public. Chaffetz chairs the House Oversight Committee, which has been investigating the IRS for more than two years. Chaffetz moved Tuesday to impeach the head of the Internal Revenue Service, saying he violated the public trust and obstructed congressional Read more [...] Continue reading →