Mike Huckabee Might Want to Rethink That Allusion to Nazis

    Former Governor Mike Huckabee is getting beaten up unfairly for a statement he made while speaking to the Republican National Committee. He accurately described how the Democrats portray women as helpless and in need of government. He went to reference “Uncle Sugar.” The statement related to something else that happened at the event and has been taken out of context. What seems to not have | Read More »

    The Vile Voice of Wendy Davis’ Supporters Ridiculing a Paraplegic

    The Vile Voice of Wendy Davis' Supporters Ridiculing a Paraplegic

    Wendy Davis cannot run from Battleground Texas now. The Fort Worth office of Battleground Texas and Wendy Davis’s Fort Worth campaign office are common ground with each other. They share resources. Wendy Davis, last week, claimed she out raised Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott by including fundraising totals from Battleground Texas in her numbers. She and Battleground Texas are the same. And that is according | Read More »

    Milwaukee School Defines Community

    Milwaukee School Defines Community

    Last month I detailed my experience at Hope Christian High School in Milwaukee, courtesy of The Franklin Center’s School Choice Conference.  Hope was the most impressive high school I’ve ever seen, but it wasn’t the only school I had the privilege of visiting while in Milwaukee.  Boarding our yellow school bus again, we traveled to Bruce-Guadalupe Community School. As children played on the playground outside, | Read More »

    Matt Bevin

    Matt Bevin

    Matt Bevin is running for the United States Senate in Kentucky. The businessman and father of nine is committed to the pro-life cause. Several of his children were adopted. In 2003, he lost a daughter in a car wreck. The Southern Theological Seminary’s Bevin Center for Missions Moblization is named for Matt Bevin’s daughter. Matt Bevin is a good man. Right now he is being | Read More »

    A Day of Death.

    Forty-two years ago today, America decided to adopt a state religious belief: that some humans are not people. It is necessarily a religious belief, because to that point, America had never doubted that humans were persons, in the same way it had never doubted that wheat is a grain; it is self-evident by both one’s senses and one’s common sense, by basic science and by | Read More »

    A Family’s Struggle With Apparent Mental Health Issues Turns to Life

    I heard a story the other day about a family seemingly ruined by the mental health issue of the oldest child in the family. I thought it was worth sharing today, given events.This family had five sons and at least two daughters. The father died leaving the mother to care for the family. The oldest son had always seemed a little abnormal and after years | Read More »

    No Truce With Evil. Ever.

    No Truce With Evil.  Ever.

    It’s been another year. Another 3 million kids, more or less, killed legally in utero in this country. Time to take stock of things. On the one hand, a substantial amount of progress has been made in the last 12 months. Numerous states have passed laws and regulations curtailing the practice of abortion. In the wake of the trial of Kermit Gosnell, numerous more have | Read More »

    Now Wendy Davis Attacks a Paraplegic

    For a feminist, Wendy Davis seems capable only of playing the damsel in distress. With the media now exposing her fraudulent biography and possible perjury in federal court, Davis has taken to blasting Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott as the source of leaks against her. There’s just one problem. According to this report by Jonathan Tilove in the Austin American Stateman — not exactly a | Read More »

    Documents Show A Texas Court Ordered Wendy Davis to Stay Away From Drugs and Alcohol

    Documents Show A Texas Court Ordered Wendy Davis to Stay Away From Drugs and Alcohol

    A few years after Wendy Davis claimed in court that she had suffered damage to her mental health, a Texas court put Davis under a temporary restraining order prohibiting her from using drugs or alcohol within twenty-four hours of coming into contact with her children. Folks, from here on out, the only card left for Wendy Davis to play is victim. She’s going to attack | Read More »

    More Than One Conflict Between Wendy Davis’s Sworn Testimony and Her Actual Life

    More Than One Conflict Between Wendy Davis's Sworn Testimony and Her Actual Life

    BuzzFeed noted that Wendy Davis’ real biography conflicts with a statement she made under oath in a federal court case in 2012. Davis claimed, under oath, in federal court that she obtained a divorce when she was 19. In fact, according to the Dallas Morning News, Davis was 21. But upon review of the federal court transcript of the bench trial dated January 20, 2012, | Read More »

    Wendy Davis’ Ex Asked a Court to Order Her Not to Use Drugs Before Seeing Her Kids

    News has broken that Wendy Davis lied about her background. She is now playing victim blaming Greg Abbott.It is her ex-husband who talked to a left-of-center Dallas reporter. It is also her ex-husband who asked a Texas District Court to issue a temporary restraining order against Wendy Davis in 2003.In that order, the judge ordered that Wendy Davis “be immediately restrained from . . . | Read More »

    Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with his ‘I Have A Dream Speech’

    Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with his 'I Have A Dream Speech'

    I hope you took  some time today to think about the life and times of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. America is a better place because of his efforts. Watch listen or read King’s great “I Have A Dream Speech.” It needs no further introduction: MLK day is always amazing to me because as conservatives we are simultaneously racist if we don’t celebrate the day | Read More »

    An Addendum To My Pastor’s Sermon Today

    An Addendum To My Pastor's Sermon Today

    Today is Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.  As expected, my pastor did not speak on the subject.  Although I know him to be a man that values the sanctity of life, he has never given a full sermon on it.  If I had to guess, I’d say the reason has something to do with politics.  My church is what is referred to as a “mega-church” | Read More »

    Oklahoma? Jim Bridenstine. Okay?

    To answer the question that keeps invading my vacation in the form of tweets, Facebook messages, texts, and emails — Congressman Jim Bridenstine. Jim is the guy I would support in an instant to replace Senator Coburn in Okalahoma. I don’t know whether he is running or not, but conservatives would be insane to not draft him into the race. In fact, I think conservatives | Read More »

    An Orchestrated Media Hit On Ken Buck

    An Orchestrated Media Hit On Ken Buck

    As I type, the left wing media is orchestrating a hit job on Ken Buck in Colorado. The left wing propaganda machine has taken a quote wildly out of context and driven it to national attention through a series of websites, including a 501(c)(3), the Huffington Post, and the Denver Post. Steve Benen, writing for the Rachel Maddow Show site, has also picked up the | Read More »