Judges Are Becoming More Politically Minded than Judicially Correct

By Jerry McConnell In an online *article on October 31, 2014, Politico.Com headlined   “The Tea Party Isn’t Giving Up Against The IRS, By Mark Meckler,  we read how a District of Columbia district court judge, Reggie Walton, dismisses lawsuits protesting the IRS’s targeting of conservatives.  But, as Meckler reminds us, the fight will continue. […]

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America’s Death March

By John Porter I published and emailed a short letter the day following the election of Barack Obama for a second term in 2012 in answer to a friend’s question, “What do we do now?” A few asked me if I was going to give up up my fight to help save our Constitutional Republic. […]

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Q&A: Couple Look to Paul’s Example in Resisting Order to Perform Gay Marriages

Perform same-sex wedding ceremonies or pay tens of thousands of dollars in fines and spend months behind bars. That’s the choice their Idaho town gave one Christian couple who have made marriage ministry their life’s work. Donald and Eyelyn Knapp, ordained ministers, are married to each other. Together, they have run Hitching Post Wedding Chapel in Coeur d’Alene, […]

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A Big Win for Voter ID Laws in Texas

The Texas voter ID law, which was effective in November 2013 statewide constitutional elections, will be in place for the Nov. 4 mid-term election, representing a big win for voters and election integrity in Texas. On Saturday, the Supreme Court rejected an emergency petition filed by the NAACP and refused to overrule the Fifth Circuit […]

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What Really Ended the Great Depression

“What is history but a fable agreed upon?” as Napoleon once put it, and never has that been more true than the story of the Great Depression and its aftermath. With liberals again pitching more government spending “stimulus” in Washington, it’s critical we get this history right. In a previous column I unmasked the historical […]

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Meet the New Ebola Czar

President Obama today turned to a trusted lawyer and political operative to become the nation’s “Ebola czar,” charged with managing the effort to contain the deadly virus. Obama’s pick, Ron Klain, oversaw implementation in 2009 of what proved to be the president’s largely ineffective $800 billion economic stimulus package while chief of staff to Vice […]

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