Whites for Obama
Abandoning any remaining illusions of being a transformational president who unifies the country under the rainbow Kumbaya flag, President Obama has decided instead to double down on divisiveness. Indeed, he has set a course to become the most race and class obsessed president since Woodrow Wilson showed Birth of a Nation in the White House. This month Obama launched African Americans for Obama, along with Asian | Read More »
Komen Flap Not About the Loss of Four Kills Per Day In Funding
Last week in Komen vs. Planned Parenthood, we saw a new episode on the ongoing turf war between two teams that are competing for different turf. One team, the pro-life side, is fighting for the lives of unborn children, whose inward parts are being knit together in their mothers’ wombs (Psalm 139:13). The other team claims they are fighting for money. But it’s much deeper | Read More »
The Soulless Nanny State
Tricia was just trying to take her little boy to preschool when the tentacles of the Nanny State invaded her car and terrified her little boy. The young mother of two little boys, whose husband died suddenly and tragically barely a year ago, has courageously blogged about her journey as a widow. On this day, she was trying to get her son to preschool on | Read More »
Best Answer in Any Debate Yet
Rick Santorum had an excellent debate tonight. He left Romney curled up in the fetal position sucking his thumb after his take-down of Romneycare and while Romney and Gingrich were scratching each others eyes out, Santorum stepped in and reminded them that there were actual, real, important issues in the campaign. He was the adult in the room with the squabbling brats. But there was | Read More »
Could This Be our Dark Horse Candidate?
On the NBC-Ambien Debate post-game show on Monday, Andrea Mitchell shared this cryptic bit of gossip: “I talked to a top Romney advisor tonight who said, ’Look, if Mitt Romeny cannot win here in Florida, then we’re going to have to try to reinvent the smoke-filled room, which has been democratized by all these primaries and we’re going to have to try to come up with someone | Read More »
Are We Electing a Pastor in Chief?
When Governor Perry dropped out of the race on Thursday and endorsed Newt Gingrich, he had this to say: “Newt is not perfect, but who among us is? There is forgiveness for those who seek God, and I believe in the power of redemption.” Who could argue with that, especially those of us who are Christians? Well, forgiveness isn’t really the issue. Newt has not | Read More »
Crazy Uncle Ron: Iranians want to #Occupy Strait of Hormuz
OK, he didn’t say that, exactly, but he did say this today’s interview with Fox New’s Megyn Kelly: “They’re trying get attention on how the world’s trying to punish them right now and we’re not premitting the dissidents who would like to overthrow their current government to do it because they’re unifying all those people because there’s too foreigners tyring to interfere with theiinternal affairs.” | Read More »
Perry’s Path to Victory: WWRRD?
I want to let you know that I am one of the many thousands of young people who are working hard to elect Ronald Reagan president of the United States. Our country needs the changes Governor Reagan has proposed. And we surely can’t afford four more years of national decline under Jimmy Carter. I would appreciate it if, as a favor to me and to | Read More »
VA Ballot Access – No Way to Choose a President
As Moe posted yesterday, it appears that Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are the only two candidates who have qualified for ballot access in Virginia. The Republican Party of Virginia has announced that Rick Perry had not collected the required 10,000 signatures and as I type this, the news is breaking that Gingrich is 2000 votes short of qualifying. Via Twitter: RPV@VA_GOP Richmond, VA After verification, RPV has | Read More »