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Colossians 3:23. Married to video superstar Ben Howe. Mom to four beautiful blessings. Also run social media for The Justice Conference Charlotte. Email at breeanne@redstate.com

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    Hope Of A Tree

    Hope Of A Tree

      “For there is hope of a tree, if it be cut down, that it will sprout again, and that the tender branch thereof will not cease.”  Job 14:7-9 Today marks twelve years since the attacks that truly changed our country.  As we have in years past, Americans will slow down to remember September 11, 2001; and to that we have added September 11, 2012, | Read More »

    Bridging the Gap Women’s Summit – Answering The War On Women

    Bridging the Gap Women’s Summit - Answering The War On Women

    If there is anything the Democrat party is good at, it’s building a narrative.  And with the press on their side, they have successfully pushed forth some whoppers.  A pervading rumor spread by the left, that I am sure both sides tire of hearing, is the GOP “war on women.”  How the party who chooses to murder our future women through abortion could accuse the | Read More »

    Mothers: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don’t

    Mothers: Damned If You Do, Damned If You Don't

    Recently RedState’s own Erick Erickson found himself at the center of a controversy over the implications of a new Pew Research study.  The report stated that mothers are now the primary source of income in 40% of American households.  The trouble for Erickson came when he dared to give his opinion on the findings, saying, “Having mom as primary bread winner is bad for kids | Read More »

    Ted Cruz Takes Center Stage, Media Increases Attacks

    Ted Cruz Takes Center Stage, Media Increases Attacks

    With news Wednesday morning that Michelle Bachmann won’t be running for re-election in 2014, the left has turned their sights quickly to another target: Ted Cruz.  Not that they weren’t already focused on him.  The left has been foaming at the mouth over Cruz since he boldly stepped on the scene and refused to play by their crooked rules.  Bachmann’s exit, however, has introduced a | Read More »

    Jesus Vs. Muhammad: Steven Crowder Goes There (Again)

    Four years ago, comedian and Fox News contributor Steven Crowder issued his first Qur’an Challenge video wherein he explored who Muhammad was and if the Muslim religion really was the “religion of peace.”   He asked viewers to let him know if he was misinterpreting the Qur’an and/or if anything had changed in the religion since the book was first written.  The video was a hit | Read More »

    Democrats Fight Against Lies Told To Women

    Democrats Fight Against Lies Told To Women

    According to The Hill, there is new legislation coming down the pipe that aims to protect women from being lied to about their health care. Democrats in the House and Senate are looking to stop what they say are deceptive advertising practices by anti-abortion health clinics that imply they offer abortion services, but instead encourage birth and promote adoption. The legislation is aimed at crisis | Read More »

    AG Holder Not Familiar With Born Alive Infant Protection Act Enforcement

    AG Holder Not Familiar With Born Alive Infant Protection Act Enforcement

    Now that abortionist Kermit Gosnell has been convicted of murdering three infants born alive in his Philadelphia house of horrors, a new case has come to light in Houston, TX.  Abortionist Douglas Karpen is accused of, among other heinous acts, twisting the heads off living babies.  Unfortunately, infants being born alive and subsequently murdered during botched abortions has been happening in the United States for | Read More »

    Hitting The Brakes on Foxx as Transportation Secretary

    Hitting The Brakes on Foxx as Transportation Secretary

    Last Sunday’s news of Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx’s nomination as the next transportation secretary came without much ado.  However, for those who live around the Charlotte area and know the history of local public transportation, the pick of Foxx at the very least deserves some consideration. According to the Charlotte Observer (who no doubt was up late Saturday night scrubbing their website): Flanked by Foxx | Read More »

    Gun Control: Treating The Symptoms

    Gun Control: Treating The Symptoms

    As the nation struggles to understand the attack at the Boston Marathon, the debate over background checks for gun buyers has received more attention from gun control advocates as a result.  The left argues that stricter gun control laws might prevent tragedies such as the Boston bombings and the Newtown shooting.  The right points out that criminals, including the Boston bombers, do not adhere to | Read More »

    GM: A Bad Investment

    GM: A Bad Investment

    It’s been nearly four years since General Motors (GM) declared bankruptcy and was bailed out by American taxpayers. So what has $50 billion bought us? Working Mother magazine recently released their list of the dozen “Best Companies for Hourly Workers” for 2013. Among those listed was GM who, in their own press release, described the honor as “recognition of employers that have the best policies | Read More »

    Court Defies HHS on Plan B

    Court Defies HHS on Plan B

    To be to the left of President Obama on the issue of abortion seemed an impossible task, until Friday’s ruling by Federal Judge Edward Korman.  Defying Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, with whom the president sided on the issue, Korman ruled that the FDA may not stand in the way of the emergency contraceptive, Plan B, being sold over-the-counter with no restrictions on age. | Read More »

    Playing The Victim: Easter Edition

    Playing The Victim: Easter Edition

    It’s easy to fall back on old habits.  I’ve been eating paleo (a diet with too much kale imo) lately but yesterday I cheated with a piece of pizza.  It was hard to resist, just sitting there all easy and familiar, unlike the effort to put together a paleo lunch.  Whatever the issue, we’ve all dealt with, and sometimes failed, the challenge of changing what | Read More »

    Republican Rep. Barbara Sears Blocks Effort Against Obamacare

    Republican Rep. Barbara Sears Blocks Effort Against Obamacare

    In early March, Ohio State Representative Ron Young and Rep. Andy Thompson introduced a bill known as, “The Health Care Freedom Act,” (HCFA) that proposed a new line of defense against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or, Obamacare.  The bill, when passed, will prohibit health insurance companies in Ohio from accepting any federal funding that would trigger penalties for employers or individuals who | Read More »

    Those Annoying Social Issues

    If you’re familiar with the presidential election of 2012, you’re aware that social conservatives are allegedly the reason we lost.  Yes, they just had to bring up abortion and gay marriage and spoil the whole thing.  Clearly if we had just stuck to policy, which the American people love to hear about, we’d be redesigning the Oval Office right now. Am I right? I’m betting | Read More »

    Ohio Finds New Hope Against ObamaCare

    Ohio Finds New Hope Against ObamaCare

    State Representative Ron Young and Rep. Andy Thompson have introduced a bill in the Ohio House known as, “The Health Care Freedom Act,” that could offer new hope in the fight against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), otherwise known as Obamacare.  The bill focuses on the Obamacare provision that seeks to fine citizens for failing to purchase healthcare.  As the Health Care | Read More »