Obama to Catholic Church: Treat Divorced People and Gays Differently Or Else
The Catholic Church operates a private school in Macon, Georgia. Flint Dollar was their band teacher. He is openly gay. The Catholic Church position is that being gay is not, in and of itself a sin. Rather, non-marital sex is a sin. Likewise, marriage is a sacrament in the Catholic Church — a bond between one man and one woman. The Catholic Church does not | Read More »
Martin O’Malley hints he may run for president
I am a minority of one among the contributors at RedState. I don’t believe Hillary Clinton CAN win the presidency for the simple reason that her only compelling cases for election are “I slept with Bill Clinton” and “You owe me.” She doesn’t have a natural constituency inside the Democrat party that is enthusiastic about voting for her, other than elderly far-left harpies. And I | Read More »
Come for the fluffy robe and pedicure, stay for the abortion
The problem facing the abortion industry is not that they are losing political and legal fights… they have suffered some setbacks but abortion was raised to the status of a Constitutional right by the daft Harry Blackmun… they are losing the battle for the minds of then next generations. 74% of the millenial generation believes abortion is always or mostly immoral. To combat the stigma associated | Read More »
Apple’s Tim Cook is dangerous and a flaming hypocrite
Ordinarily I wouldn’t concern myself with what some billionaire far-left oligarch thinks. Usually, they don’t think about much beyond making money and having millions of people they neither know or respect suck up to them. Apple’s Steve Jobs made a career of this type of self-important asshattery. His successor, Tim Cook is no different. Weighing in on the Indiana RFRA law signed by Governor Mike | Read More »
Aren’t We All Looking Forward to ‘Internet at the Speed of Government?’
We were on February 26 subjected to the hugest of Barack Obama Administration Internet power grabs. Where the Administration unilaterally decided to start applying 1934 landline telephone law to the 21st-Century-Web. This government grab was made under the guise of Network Neutrality – but this flashback-to-New-Deal phone law is oh-so-much-worse. The Administration has appointed itself the overlord of just about every private sector decision, transaction | Read More »
Should We Automate Airliners?
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by Francis Cianfrocca to discuss the crash of an airliner in Europe last week, the extent of today’s safety systems and if hackers could take advantage of more automated flight systems.
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Colorado Prosecutor in Baby Murder Case has Planned Parenthood Ties
By now, most of you have heard of the recent case in Colorado where an expecting mother answered a Craigslist ad for baby clothes, was attacked, and had the child cut from her womb, with the child dying in the process. As my colleague streiff noted yesterday, prosecutor Stanley Garnett has declined to charge Dynal Lane, the suspected attacker, with murder for the horrific act. | Read More »
Republicans Give Tax Increases and Treat Religion as a Lesser Right
If the government wants to curtail your freedom of speech, it must have a compelling governmental interest. If the government wants to curtail your freedom of assembly, it must have a compelling governmental interest. Bill Clinton and a majority of Democrats and Republicans in Washington agreed that if the government wanted to curtail religious freedom, the other right in the first amendment, it needed a | Read More »
When do we stop re-drawing the line?
One of the reasons I switched from being conservative pro-choice (genuine choice, not “choose to have an abortion”) to pro-life was because I recognized something, something I should have recognized a very, very long time ago: It becomes impossible to hold the line when the line is erased and re-drawn a multitude of times. The line I chose to hold was the 20-week line. Even | Read More »
GOP Failure Theater gave $1.5 billion to abortion industry
At a time when the human trafficking bill is locked up in the Senate over ‘s refusal to prevent federal funds from being used to provide abortions, the GAO has released a study showing Reid’s resistance as just a part of the rapacious, cash-(and baby)-vacuuming abortion industry. U.S. federal and state taxpayers sent nearly $1.5 billion to Planned Parenthood and five other groups that promote | Read More »
The ‘Point/Counterpoint’ Sunday Open Thread.
Note: this isn’t Jay Cost’s point: it’s WH Press Secretary Josh Earnest’s. Earnest: “If you have to go back 2 decades to…justify something…today, it may raise some questions about…wisdom of what you’re doing” — Jay Cost (@JayCostTWS) March 29, 2015 Anyway, my response – again, to Earnest, not Jay. .@JayCostTWS …Wait, what? Isn’t that the Democrats’ ENTIRE JUSIFICATION for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy? — Moe Lane | Read More »
Expanded abortion law defeated in New York
For two years New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has been pushing an Orwellian named ” Women’s Equality Act.” Most of the ten items in the bill were feel good things which already exist but for the sake of winning the War on Women, they were reiterated to make the radical feminists feel good about themselves. The bill has been held up in the New York | Read More »
Cut a baby from a woman; kill it; it isn’t murder in Colorado
When people defend abortion, this is one of the consequences. I’m not sure the Planned Parenthood, pro-infanticide crowd sees this as a feature or a bug: A former nurse’s aide will not face murder charges for allegedly cutting and removing an unborn baby from the mother’s womb, Boulder County, Colorado, prosecutor Stanley Garnett said Thursday. The mother, Michelle Wilkins, answered a Craigslist ad for baby | Read More »
Dick Durbin endorses Chuck Schumer for Minority Leader.
Somebody has to say this, so it might as well be me: there’s a step missing in this scenario. “Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) on Friday endorsed his rival, Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.), to become the next Senate Democratic leader, clearing the path for what is likely to be an easy transition in leadership when steps down from the job.” To wit: Chuck Schumer | Read More »