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    Saying Goodbye to a North Carolina Friend
    February 11, 2019

    He started out as a Democrat, but Congressman Walter Jones will be remembered as a committed conservative. Twenty-four years into his career, the longtime representative passed away this past weekend on his 76th birthday after a long battle with illness.  (continue reading...)

    A Wrinkle in Crime
    February 11, 2019

    She was a classically-trained pianist, an up-and-coming real estate agent, but above all, a "sweetheart," her neighbors said. The news that she'd been dragged from her apartment February 3rd and brutally stabbed was devastating to everyone who knew her. At just 35, Jennifer Irigoyen was gone -- a victim, not just of a grisly and horrifying murder, but of New York's expansive late-term abortion law too. (continue reading...)

    In Congress, Life Can Change in an Infant
    February 8, 2019

    Senator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) has had a few days to think about her decision to become the new face of the Democrats' infanticide agenda. At the time, she didn't have much to say -- because what can you say when your party wants to normalize killing a baby on its birth day? Now, a half-week into the backlash, she's settled on this rationale. Taking an innocent life, she concluded, is a personal decision. A slogan that ought to play exceedingly well in 2020. (continue reading...)

    Trump Adopts a Kids-First Mentality
    February 8, 2019

    If anyone's looking forward to the weekend, it's the White House speechwriting team. The last five days have been a whirlwind for the president -- first at the State of the Union address, and then Thursday at the National Prayer Breakfast. In both instances, he wowed -- not just conservatives, but all Americans with his powerful defense of the values that lead to a great nation. (continue reading...)

    SCOTUS Hasn't Had the Final Stay in La.
    February 8, 2019

    In a country that's already on edge over the issue of abortion, last night's news about Louisiana's clinic law set off plenty of panic. Thanks to some misleading headlines, a lot of people were under the impression -- wrongly -- that the Supreme Court had struck down the state's policy on hospital admitting privileges. They didn't -- but, as Chief Justice John Roberts made everyone quite aware, the law still has plenty of hurdles ahead. (continue reading...)

    Late-term Abortion: A Tough Fact to Follow
    February 7, 2019

    Seventy-two percent of Americans don't believe the media -- and based on the reporting about New York's abortion law, there's no reason to start now. "Fake news" doesn't begin to describe the massive misinformation campaign launched by the far-Left to keep a lid on the truth about the barbarity and inhumanity of the procedure the president blasted Tuesday night. (continue reading...)

    So Help Me Nadler
    February 7, 2019

    They kicked God out of their platform, so is it really a surprise that Democrats are trying to boot Him from our oaths? In one of their first acts as the majority party, one House committee talked about striking the words "so help me God" from the swearing-in process. The blowback they received caused them to publicly step back, -- but that doesn't mean they gave up. (continue reading...)

    Bowing for Breakfast
    February 7, 2019

    In the 67 years of the National Prayer Breakfast, the first Thursday of every February has come and gone during some tumultuous times in our country. It's spanned the arc of war, segregation, scandal, and national tragedy. So it was no accident that today, three weeks into New York's late-term abortion bloodbath, our leaders were drawn into a room with a single purpose: Prayer. Because if there was ever a nation that needed it, it's ours. (continue reading...)

    For Pastor Brunson, a Week to Remember
    February 6, 2019

    Steps from where the president delivered his State of the Union address last night, the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom hosted a reception this morning on Capitol Hill in honor of Pastor Andrew Brunson and his wife, Norine. (continue reading...)

    At SCOTUS, State Talk on Abortion
    February 6, 2019

    If anything good has come of New York celebrating late-term abortion like a ticker-tape parade, it's the number of states now moving to stop that extremism from coming to their hometowns. In places like Iowa, Delaware, Missouri, and New Jersey, legislators aren't taking the debate lying down. And in the case of Alabama's dismemberment abortion ban, that enthusiasm couldn't come at a better time. (continue reading...)

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