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    Americans Cheer the Lifelines in SOTU
    February 6, 2019

    The liberal media doesn't get much right these days -- including, it turns out, their review of last night's State of the Union. It was "cookies and dog poop" to CNN's Van Jones. "Psychotically incoherent." MSNBC beat everyone to the punch, calling it "absurdist theater" before the president even opened his mouth.  (continue reading...)

    Killer Party: Dems Stand Alone on Infanticide
    February 5, 2019

    Years from now, when history looks back on the Democratic Party, one date will almost certainly stand out: July 25, 2016. That was the Tuesday, in the capital of the Revolution, when everything changed. For the first time in America's 240 years, a major political party threw its full support behind one of the most savage and violent practices of the modern age: full-term, no-apologies abortion. (continue reading...)

    Pope and Change
    February 5, 2019

    It was a sight the world had never seen before -- and many believed, never would. For the first time in a thousand years, the pope was invited to the Arabian Peninsula to speak. And speak he did -- to a packed stadium of 180,000 in the center of United Arab Emirates (UAE), the heart of the Islamic world. For a nation that declared 2019 the "Year of Tolerance," UAE certainly seemed intent on proving it. (continue reading...)

    SOTU 2019: What to Watch For
    February 5, 2019

    There's probably never been a State of the Union address that's gotten more media attention before it was delivered than this one! Thanks to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who thought she could score political points by postponing the president's speech, more eyes will be on this year's event than ever. Before Donald Trump takes his second turn at the joint session of Congress, what should Americans expect? (continue reading...)

    'Choice' Words for Infanticide
    February 4, 2019

    She sat in the dirty utility room, rocking him back and forth. He was tiny, barely 10 inches long when the doctors delivered him. His parents didn't want to hold him, she was told. So for 45 minutes -- the only 45 minutes he would have on earth -- Jill cradled him, watching his chest rise and fall. Surrounded by the hospital's stained sheets and trash, his body fell quiet, another victim of live-birth abortion. The last, she decided, she would ever witness. (continue reading...)

    CCCU Deal Doesn't Fair Well
    February 4, 2019

    They had good intentions, some said. But when the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities decided to back a lopsided LGBT bill, a well-intended mistake -- others warned -- is still mistake. (continue reading...)

    Figures of (Free) Speech
    February 4, 2019

    Politics can do a lot to solve the world's problems -- but it can't do everything. When it comes to history's great moral dilemmas, hearts had to be changed before laws were. And that shift almost always started in the same place: the church. (continue reading...)

    Peer Pressure Gender Perils
    February 1, 2019

    Parents used to worry about "peer pressure" encouraging their kids to experiment with alcohol or drugs, or to have sex. Now, they have to worry that it may encourage their kids (especially daughters) to change sex altogether. (continue reading...)

    A Renewed Focus on an Old Horror
    February 1, 2019

    For many, the constant barrage of news in recent days about abortion may seem like a new development. But for the millions of babies killed legally in America for nearly a half-century under Roe v. Wade, the current spotlight on America's industry of death can't shine bright enough.  (continue reading...)

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