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    UPDATE: Jumah At The DNC A Bust

    UPDATE: Jumah At The DNC A Bust

    Jumah At The DNC, a two day event sponsored by the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA), did not turn out as organizers expected this past Saturday.  As was previously reported, BIMA and the speakers listed for the event have ties to Muslim extremist groups such as CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood.  The event was listed on the Democratic National Convention website under official pre-convention | Read More »

    Huffington Post Expo, “What Is Working”

    Yesterday afternoon the Huffington Post hosted a nonpartisan panel and lunch to discuss the issue of jobs and the best ways to create more opportunities for the more than 20 million people who are currently unemployed or underemployed.  The event titled, “What Is Working,” included panelists such as Ohio Governor John Kasich, conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham, Judith Rodin from The Rockefeller Foundation, and Tom | Read More »

    Backstage at the RNC

    Yesterday marked the official start of the 40th Republican National Convention and after two years of planning, the setup shows the thoughtfulness of the design. The convention welcomed us with the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of the speakers and performers before they take the grand stage of the “Convention Without Walls.” We started our tour going through the back entrance… Then on to | Read More »

    Radical Islam Joins the DNC

    Starting at the end of this month the Democratic National Convention will open with a focus on Islam.  20,000 Muslims are expected to attend according to the Bureau of Indigenous Muslim Affairs (BIMA), the national Muslim American non-profit coordinating the two days of events they claim are non-political.  ”Jumah at the DNC” begins August 29 and will start with a Friday afternoon jummah prayer followed by other unnamed | Read More »

    Women Pilots in Afghanistan Up In The Air

    As U.S. and NATO forces have begun to withdraw from Afghanistan, problems previously manageable for the Afghan air force have become serious concerns, with no resolution in sight.  As of June, the majority of their helicopters joined already grounded cargo planes deemed unfit to fly due to maintenance and safety issues such as missing parts, a lack of spare parts, and generally just being old. | Read More »

    Paul Ryan: Radical American

    If there’s anything we’ve come to expect from the Obama administration and his media lackeys, it’s demonizing those opposed to his agenda.  So it was no surprise when his campaign’s immediate response to Mitt Romney’s Vice Presidential pick of Paul Ryan was to label him “radical”.  In the same predictable fashion, Democrats cheered at another chance to play the radical card: “I haven’t been this | Read More »

    Do Women Like Paul Ryan?

    One of the most immediate questions from the media was whether women voters would back Paul Ryan, given that he cares about the economy first and holds a decisive opinion on the matter of their uteri.  It’s a serious question.  The women’s vote is one both sides work hard to secure.  Fortunately, Mary Katharine Ham & Kelly Maher have posted a concise video that sums | Read More »

    Be Quiet Chick-fil-A, You Know the Rule!

    Update: I spoke today on the radio with Wild Bill McKubby from Z-94.5, out of Baxley, GA, about the Chick-fil-A controversy and today’s Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day.     It’s the age old rule, ingrained in our society since the left deemed it so: Discussing politics and religion in public is rude.  Chick-fil-A somehow missed the memo and this past week has suffered a constant barrage of | Read More »

    Candidate Interview: Dan Forest

    From the diaries Republicans in North Carolina will head to the polls Tuesday to choose their candidate for Lt. Governor and, while runoff elections usually have a smaller turnout, voters would be wise to participate in this race in the effort to take back the state from Democrats. Dan Forest, an architect from Raleigh and son of Sue Myrick, will be up against Tony Gurley, | Read More »

    Sex Selection Abortion in America

    From the diaries. In the wake of Chen Guangcheng arriving safely in the United States, after years of persecution in China for his anti-abortion activism, The House of Representatives will vote tomorrow on H.R. 3541 (also known as the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act – PRENDA), a bill to ban sex-selection abortions in the United States.  Although the US has strongly condemned China for their sex-selection abortion practices, only | Read More »

    PTA Assaulting School Choice in South Carolina

    Promoted from the diaries by Jeff. As a mother of four, the first of which entered public school last year, keeping up with my children’s education is extremely important to me.  I’ve heard the stories of children fearing the end of the world due to global warming and seen the history books that exclude any Republican or Conservative from the important events that have shaped | Read More »

    Give Me Your Money in the Name of Jesus

    promoted from the diaries “Christianity has not, and does not profess to have a detailed political program. It is meant for all men at all times, and the particular program which suited one place or time would not suit another.” This morning, in the middle of his campaign National Prayer Breakfast speech, President Obama delighted those of us who love irony by quoting C.S. Lewis.  It | Read More »

    Behind The Pink Ribbon

    UPDATE: Steven Ertelt, at, confirmed my suspicion that Susan G. Komen has an interest in embryonic stem cell research.  His article covers the fact that Komen Sends Millions to Embryonic Stem Cell Research Centers.   Every year thousands of women train and prepare to Race for the Cure organized by Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest breast cancer nonprofit.  During October, | Read More »

    Out Of Darkness

    Promoted from the diaries. The Awakening When I moved to small-town America in high school, I was immediately struck (dumbfounded if you will) by how many people openly supported the Republican party. “How could they all be so fooled?” I thought. They were mostly farmers and no one was wealthy; they were the furthest from my definition of a Republican. I couldn’t understand how they | Read More »

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