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    Planned Parenthood: riding on a smile and a shoeshine

    Planned Parenthood: riding on a smile and a shoeshine

    Smarting from defeats in state legislatures across the nation and seeing the public support for infanticide slipping, Planned Parenthood has come up with a great idea. They will send door-to-door canvassers to convince people that abortion is a good thing. What makes this canvass different from any previous efforts is that the canvassers will be women who have had abortions. The operation is being headed | Read More »

    Obama and the betrayal of the Kurds

    Obama and the betrayal of the Kurds

    What is unfolding in the Syrian town of Kobane is a cautionary tale on the danger of alliance warfare and an object lesson of the fearsome duplicity of the Obama administration. If you have been following the story, there may be as many as 40,000 Kurds, residents and refugees, on the city of Kobane. They are just a few hundred yards from the Turkish border | Read More »

    October 7, 1571. The Battle of Lepanto. Christendom Saved.

    October 7, 1571. The Battle of Lepanto. Christendom Saved.

    Today we look at the weak, fragmented, corrupt, and thoroughly benighted Islamic world with contempt… and a small amount of fear. That was not always the case. From the eight century A.D. the Islamic world held the whip hand in what is now the Mediterranean basin, suffering only occasional setbacks, like the Battle of Tours, while conquering the historically Christian populations of North Africa, the Levant, | Read More »

    US Army in action in Iraq– and still no SOFA

    US Army in action in Iraq-- and still no SOFA

    On Sunday the US involvement in Iraq, in its current manifestation, escalated: The United States sent attack helicopters into combat against Islamic State targets west of Baghdad on Sunday, the first time low-flying Army aircraft have been committed to fighting in an engagement that the Obama administration has promised would not include “boots on the ground.” The U.S. Central Command, in a statement about U.S. | Read More »

    Leon Panetta: Obama to blame for Iraq mess

    Leon Panetta: Obama to blame for Iraq mess

    The new memoir titled “Worthy Fights” by former Secretary of Defense and former CIA Director Leon Panetta is causing a stir. In the book, Panetta firmly lays the responsibility for the current mess in Iraq at Obama’s doorstep: “My fear, as I voiced to the President and others,” Panetta writes, “was that if the country split apart or slid back into the violence that we’d | Read More »

    Joe Biden’s apology tour continues

    Joe Biden's apology tour continues

    Last month, Joe Biden was actively employed in offending Americans. This month he shows his foreign policy chops and offends some of our key allies in the Coalition of the Useless who are helping Obama conduct his quasi-war against ISIS. Vice President Biden apologized on Sunday for the second time in two days, in this instance to the United Arab Emirates, for comments he made | Read More »

    Why public health professionals fail the nation

    Why public health professionals fail the nation

    If you want the explanation in a nutshell of our haphazard response to the appearance of a single Ebola case in Dallas only need to view the first view this video of a debate between Bill Maher and Ben Affleck on HBO’s “Real Time.” It is a sad state of affairs when you have to rely on Bill Maher for the intellectual content of a | Read More »

    Why the GOP will probably lose Kansas in just one Tweet

    If you want to smell the flopsweat hitting the Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS)Heritage ActionScorecardSen. Pat Roberts90%Senate Republican Average29See Full Scorecard90% re-election campaign, there is no better example than this tweet from the NRSC:

    Dutch euthanasia law a huge success

    Dutch euthanasia law a huge success

    The good news is that the Netherlands is still capable of creating something other than Muslim extremists. The bad news is that what they are producing is the state sanctioned killing of the sick and elderly by medical professionals. The latest official figures also revealed a 15 per cent surge in the number of euthanasia deaths from 4,188 cases in 2012 to 4,829 cases last year. | Read More »

    Respect Life Sunday

    Respect Life Sunday

    Today is Respect Life Sunday, the first Sunday of October, the month dedicated to increasing our respect for human life from conception to natural death. We continue to make baby steps, if you will, of progress. Women are fleeing abortion evangelist Wendy Davis in Texas. More Americans are becoming skeptical of abortion as anything but a way of killing inconvenient children. States are enacting laws | Read More »

    Pro-Aborts and Planned Parenthood dealt defeat in Texas

    Pro-Aborts and Planned Parenthood dealt defeat in Texas

    In July, 2013 Governor Rick Perry signed into law a bill, HB 2,  regulating abortion in Texas. What the bill did was bring the freewheeling abortion industry under the same type of regulation as other similar medical facilities. While useful in itself, it also exposed the utterly fraudulent nature of anyone who uses “women’s health” as an excuse to support abortion. Because abortion is big | Read More »

    Sin, Homosexuality, and Fascism

    Sin, Homosexuality, and Fascism

    Perhaps nothing is more indicative of the true agenda behind the homosexual right movement than whining article in The Atlantic titled “Half of Americans Believe That Gay Sex Is A Sin.” These three data points represent a significant divide in how Americans see the gay community. Half of the country sees homosexuality as sinful, opposes gay marriage, and believes businesses should be able to refuse | Read More »

    Trey Gowdy: a force to be reckoned with

    Trey Gowdy: a force to be reckoned with

    Until recently I’d never paid much attention to SC Congressman Trey Gowdy. He first popped on my radar when he was appointed to head the investigation into Benghazi, my concern was that the fix was in and a go-along-get-along apparatchik had been appointed to bury it so as to not discomfit Hillary Clinton as she, Hamlet-like, mulls a run for the White House. I was | Read More »

    Battle of Mogadishu. October 3-4, 1993

    Battle of Mogadishu. October 3-4, 1993

    Operation GOTHIC SERPENT. Blackhawk Down. The Battle of Mogadishu. They’re all the same. An attempt to turn around a deteriorating state of affairs, to the extent that anyone could really tell that Third World pest hole was deteriorating, in Somalia during Operation PROVIDE COMFORT, the CNN generated military operation/humanitarian relief campaign we found ourself embroiled in during the latter days of the GHW Bush administration. | Read More »

    Lesbian sues over artificial insemination misadventure

    Lesbian sues over artificial insemination misadventure

    I’ve written a couple of times on surrogacy, the process by which a person is hired to be carry a child on behalf of another party, and the ways it degrades the relationship between parent and child, essentially turning the child into a commodity that can be rejected if it is imperfect (here | here). The opposite side of surrogacy is artificial insemination where either | Read More »