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    Life: Imagine the Potential

    President-elect Barack Obama may not hold prolife views, but his life story bears witness to the truth of the prolife movement’s values and beliefs:

    Judge Griffin Bell, RIP

    Griffin Bell was a truly great man, and he will be dearly missed by his family and friends. I was fortunate enough to meet and interview Judge Bell while working on an essay about his tenure on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, which you can read here. I cannot even begin to describe what a generous and warm person he was during our brief time | Read More »

    David Frum and the SoCons

    Y’all can guess what I think of David Frum’s suggestion that the only way for the GOP to remain competitive is to “change” on “abortion” and be “less overtly religious . . . and less polarizing on social issues [translation: staying true to prolife principles].” Let me make something clear to Frum and his D.C./NYC Rockefeller Republican wine-sipping elitist buddies: The GOP is doomed without | Read More »

    Kudos to the Knights of Columbus

    For reminding voters of what’s at stake in this election.

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    Dr. James Dobson interviews Governor Sarah Palin

    You can listen to the interview here.

    “Just some guy in the neighborhood”

    Senator Obama barely knew the guy, I tell ya.

    Why I love Sarah Palin

    Exhibit A. (LvJay)

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    “Obama’s Abortion Extremism”

    Professor Robert P. George of Princeton University is, hands down, the most eloquent voice of the pro-life movement; and his latest essay, “Obama’s Abortion Extremism,” is nothing short of a masterpiece. Here is just a taste of Professor George’s must-read compilation of Senator Barack Obama’s radical views on abortion and embryonic stem cell research: What kind of America do we want our beloved nation to | Read More »

    Ramesh Ponnuru on Palin’s debate performance

    As many of y’all know, National Review Online is down right now. Well, my good friend Ramesh Ponnuru and I have been emailing one another throughout the debate, and I asked him if I could post his thoughts on Governor Palin’s performance. He graciously agreed, so here they are: Any conservative who was white-knuckled going into this is relaxing by now. There were some points | Read More »

    Let Palin be Palin

    While I am a staunch Republican, and a strong supporter of Governor Palin, I am more than willing to admit the obvious: Sarah Palin has not performed well in the major interviews she has done. Why is this? Is it because she’s stupid? I think not. By all accounts, Palin is a quick study and plenty smart. So what gives? Why is Palin struggling so | Read More »

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