Christian Woman Sentenced to Death in Sudan Gives Birth to American Girl in Prison
Meriam Ibrahim, a Christian woman sentenced to death by hanging for her faith, has reportedly just given birth to a baby girl in a Sudanese prison.
This newborn girl – a U.S. citizen through her American father, Miriam’s Christian husband – is now languishing in harsh prison conditions alongside her 20-month-old American brother.
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John McCain proposes reform of the VA
The ongoing scandal that is our nation’s best answer to veterans health care continues to gather steam. In addition to firing a lot of people, we should also take the time to look at what exactly veterans should expect from a health care system. John McCain offers a good proposal: Memorial Day is a sacred observance in America’s democracy—the day that the nation honors and | Read More »
Planned Parenthood president: Say ‘yes’ to life…if you make it out of the womb
Ah, irony. From Cecile Richards’ commencement speech to Barnard College, an all-women school: These women didn’t wait to be asked. They just jumped headfirst. To borrow some wisdom from Lena Dunham, “Don’t wait around for someone else to tell your story. Do it yourself by whatever means necessary.” If you hold out for an invitation, chances are good you’ll miss the party. And by the | Read More »
Welcome to The Vine, where every week I strive to bring you updates from around the pro-life community to help you keep up with the ever constant battle to save lives. If you aren’t plugged-in, it is my sincere hope that The Vine will allow you to get familiar with those on the front lines and find your place among them. While Americans return to | Read More »
With Abortions & Crime At All Time High, Detroit Approaches Third World Status.
Detroit is often heralded by small government proponents as a perfect example of an over-involved government pushing themselves into the culture of a successful city and creating a state of dependence which eventually collapses in on itself. In other words, a great example of why big government fails. But this is really only a partial explanation of the issue. The real issue in America and the | Read More »
A Marine’s View of Memorial Day and America’s Defense Programs
On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson is joined by retired Lt. Colonel Dakota Wood to discuss his meaning of Memorial day as a 20 year veteran of the U.S. Marines, the public’s changing view of our military and the drastic trimming of America’s defense budget.
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Establishment Campaign Strategy: Shameless, Cowardly, and Perfidious
I’m hearing some breaking news down in Virginia’s Seventh District. Eric Cantor is planning to resign his seat and take over the helm at the hawkish immigration group, Numbers USA. Take a look at this door hanger from the Cantor campaign, which was distributed to Republican voters in his district, and that is the only conclusion one can draw from its content. Looking at this | Read More »
Supreme Court Decisions today!
10 AM for whatever cases get announced today.
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Another Young Man Turns Violent
Another young man has turned to violence. Stabbing some and shooting others, he wanted to exact revenge for some rejecting him. In a “war on women” culture, some vocal voices have seized on this as what happens to men questing for a fully masculine culture. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. Best we can tell, Elliot Rodger lived the very lifestyle the | Read More »
RedState Weekly Briefing: Cochran/McDaniel Edition
This week on the RedState Weekly Briefing [RSWB for short] I am joined by Caleb Howe and Thomas LaDuke in addition to RedState community member and contributor, Joe Cunningham.
In this episode of the RSWB we discuss the shennanigans over the last few weeks in the Mississippi GOP Senate primary between incumbent Senator Thad Cochran and insurgent challenger and State Senator Chris McDaniel.
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The Professional Veterans and Sen. Richard Burr in cage match
North Carolina Senator Richard Burr has set off a minor firestorm by chastising the professional staff of several major Veterans Service Organizations over their lack of outrage about Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki’s grotesque mismanagement of that organization. Regrettably, the Legion was alone among the VSOs that testified in taking such a stand. It became clear at the hearing that most of the other VSOs | Read More »
Thoughts for Memorial Day
Those of us who live a civilian life can never fully appreciate the degree of sacrifice borne by those who wear the uniform, especially those who serve in dangerous theaters. We certainly can never fully relate to those families whose loved ones have given the ultimate sacrifice for this great nation. But as we remember those fallen heroes this Memorial Day, we must commit to | Read More »
Marita Noon: Obama administration hides use of bad science
FOIA requests must be the bane of the “most transparent administration in history.”
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The Incompetence of Barack Obama: Outed CIA covert officer edition
This weekend Obama made a completely unnecessary trip to Afghanistan to “thank the troops.” Given that Afghan President Hamid Karzai refused to meet with him, one is left with the feeling that the trip was to divert attention from the burgeoning VA scandal that has killed dozens, if not hundreds, of veterans who were unwary enough to depend upon this administration for some semblance of | Read More »
Peter Beinart gaslights us on the attack on religion
Gaslighting: a form of psychological manipulation that occurs when an abuser makes a victim doubt their own perceptions, memories, and sanity. The 1938 stage play Gas Light, known as Angel Street in the United States, and the film adaptations released in 1940 and 1944 motivated the origin of the term because of the systematic psychological manipulation used by the main character on a victim. The plot concerns a husband who attempts to | Read More »