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    Dems to Trump: Quit Wall You're Ahead
    February 19, 2019

    If liberals wanted to sue over the border wall, they're about 13 years too late. Congress already gave its blessing back in 2006 when it passed the Secure Fence Act. The same goes for the president's decision to move the U.S. embassy in Israel. The House and Senate have been on board since 1995 when they authorized it. If the Left's being honest, its problem isn't that the president is moving forward with the wall. It's problem is that the president is Donald Trump. (continue reading...)

    Planned Parenthood: Taking Care of Business
    February 19, 2019

    Planned Parenthood has spent 2019 operating under a new mantra: abortion is health care. And to prove it, they operate 51.5 percent of the facilities that provide it. That's quite a monopoly for a company that claims abortion is only "three percent of their services." (continue reading...)

    Addressing Labels in the NYT
    February 19, 2019

    When it comes to painting themselves as extremists, Democrats don't need any help. The last several months have done quite a good job of showing the world how many light years away the party is from mainstream. So why, after weeks of parading around their socialist, infanticide, green deal, open borders agenda, are Democrats so sensitive about being called radical? (continue reading...)

    Home Is Where the Classroom Is...
    February 18, 2019

    Eighty percent of the Anaheim school district may be Spanish-speaking, but parents know how to say one thing, "Enough!" When classrooms started passing off transgender propaganda as part the "wellness" curriculum, one mom made sure every Latino family knew exactly what the district was up to. Pretty soon, the message from moms and dads needed no translation: drop your campaign -- or spend the next year fighting the community. (continue reading...)

    Topless Case Brings Pressure to Bare
    February 18, 2019

    It's the sort of court case that belongs on The Onion. But Free the Nipple-Fort Collins v. City of Fort Collins is a real lawsuit all right -- with real implications. (Legalized toplessness, if you're wondering.) For years, conservatives have talked about the slippery slope of the gender debate. Keep your shirt on, liberals said. Well, Coloradans -- you first. (continue reading...)

    Help Wanted: U.S. Ambassador to the U.N.
    February 18, 2019

    When Nikki Haley stepped down as the president's U.N. ambassador, she left big shoes to fill. The White House has been working diligently to replace Haley, an outspoken pro-family voice who put her own unique stamp on the job. With the announcement that Heather Nauert is pulling her name from consideration, the search for someone as respected as Haley goes on. (continue reading...)

    Clarity Begins at Home, GOP Hopes
    February 15, 2019

    If there was ever a perfect time for Congress to break and face their constituents, it's now. After a month of dodging questions on their infanticide agenda, Democrats will have a nice long week at home to answer voters about their party's blind allegiance to the abortion lobby.  (continue reading...)

    Northam Exposure Helps Pro-life Cause
    February 15, 2019

    When Virginia Governor Ralph Northam (D) kicked off a nationwide controversy for supporting infanticide, he insisted later that he didn't have "any regrets." Neither do pro-lifers like Jill Stanek, who've been waiting for years for people to finally acknowledge that this crisis exists. (continue reading...)

    If You Build It, They Will... Sue?
    February 15, 2019

    It's been a long and winding road, but Congress flew out of town today after putting one of its most contentious battles to bed: the immigration funding bill. Of course, as liberal leaders point out, the deal won't be out of the headlines for long, especially if it means President Trump is going to check off another promise and build the wall without them. (continue reading...)

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