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    A Horror We Can't Unknow
    February 14, 2019

    The truth is a funny thing. Once it's let loose to confront and challenge and change, you can't unknow it. That's horrible news for Democrats, who've spent the last three weeks desperately trying to interrupt America's attack of conscience on abortion. For many people, who've come face to face with this brutal reality for the first time, there is no putting the lid back on this terrible evil our country's spent 46 years justifying. (continue reading...)

    CCCU Later, says Louisiana College
    February 14, 2019

    While some Christians seem willing to negotiate away some of their First Amendment freedoms, others refuse to stand by and watch truth be compromised. In a debate that's threatening to tear apart an already fragile coalition of faith-based colleges and universities, the first real cracks are starting to show. As more schools consider leaving the umbrella organization of CCCU, others are wondering: will the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities finally get the message? (continue reading...)

    A Late Turn on Late-Term Abortions
    February 14, 2019

    While Republicans make a determined march to the House floor every day to plead for the protection of born-alive babies, men and women around the country are flooding the states with their own measures. Hours of emotional debate are spilling over into assembly hearings in Vermont, Rhode Island, New Mexico, Illinois, and other places where liberals are digging in on an agency that puts them at odds with 77 percent of the country.  (continue reading...)

    Hillary Clinton: A Clear and One Percent Danger
    February 13, 2019

    It's been two and a half years since Hillary Clinton lost the election. And based on her latest talking points, she still doesn't have a single clue why. The same extremism that turned off voters in 2016 is back, reminding Americans what kind of country they'd have if the woman who made late-term abortion her closing argument for president had won. (continue reading...)

    Rebels without a Clause
    February 13, 2019

    Imagine that one day you sit down for a job interview. You are prepared to answer your interviewer's questions and demonstrate your qualifications for the position. Then imagine getting asked a question that has nothing to do with whether you are qualified for the job. In fact, the question has to do with something very personal -- your faith. (continue reading...)

    On the Border, Deal or No Deal?
    February 13, 2019

    No one wants to see another government shutdown -- including President Trump. "There's no reason for it," he told reporters this afternoon. That may be especially true as he and the GOP close in on an immigration deal that could end a long and bitter standoff with Democrats. (continue reading...)

    Is the Party over for Dem Extremists?
    February 12, 2019

    Rep. Roger Marshall (R-Kans.) isn't the only one asking himself, "What's happened to our nation when the president of the United States has to ask legislators to save babies from being murdered?" Overwhelming majorities of pro-choicers are just as startled as he is. (continue reading...)

    2018 Headlines, 2019 High Stakes
    February 12, 2019

    A week ago, President Trump gave a rousing speech before Congress and the nation detailing the state of our union. For conservatives -- and according to even the mainstream media polls, the majority of Americans -- the vision he laid out resonated with many. (continue reading...)

    Fence and Sensibility
    February 12, 2019

    With all of the uproar over late-term abortion, it's easy to forget that Congress is juggling other crises -- including the one on our southern border. With the clock ticking down to another government shutdown, both parties have been hunkered down, trying to cobble together an immigration bill before time runs out on Friday. (continue reading...)

    Religious Freedom Is No Trade-off
    February 11, 2019

    The "de-linking" of trade and human rights in China that took place in the 1990s was supposed to advance both. While it helped the former (at least for China), it did nothing for the latter. Over the past few years, China has actually gotten worse on religious freedom, harassing and detaining pastors and Christian leaders, forcing Muslim citizens into "re-education" camps, and tightening its grip on the practice of religion across the board. (continue reading...)

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