School Prayer Shelved In FL, Where’s the Outrage?

    By Tom Tillison Florida Political Press A bill to permit school prayers at sporting events and graduation ceremonies was temporarily postponed in the Florida Senate on Tuesday. The Anti-Defamation League and the ACLU, the usual suspects, said the bill could violate federal and state constitutional prohibitions of the endorsement of religion by schools. Of course, this is based on their interpretation. “In order to protect | Read More »

    Iran Sanctions Act passes both houses of Congress, 6/24/10

    After much delay and languishing in conference since March of this year, H.R. 2194:Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2009 passed the House 412-12 and the Senate 99-0. The full text of the bill can be seen here. The CBO estimates the cost of this bill to be a mere peanuts compared to what this administration has spent so far: about $15 million. | Read More »

    ADL attacks conservatives

    The Anti-Defamation League hates us! With ADL’s latest conservative-bashing report (“Rage Grows in America: Anti‑Government Conspiracies”), the ADL is now officially a Democrat party shill. The ADL has jumped the shark. “Anti-government fervor” has nothing to do with “anti-Semitism” and should have nothing to do with the ADL. The tea party crowd is against trillion-dollar deficits. Only Nancy Pelosi and the ADL see Nazis. Here’s | Read More »

    Did Grayson lie to the ADL? Did he *not* lie?

    Rep. Alan Grayson (D, FL-08) has finally found a line beyond which he is personally not prepared to cross.  While the Congressman may be prepared to lie about Republican intentions on health care, he at least knows enough to realize when he’s gone too far, as his respectful letter describing his ‘regrets’ to the Anti-Defamation League indicates.  Via FoxNews: Florida Rep. Alan Grayson, who has | Read More »