Monthly Archives: May 2013

Celebrating Memorial Day

As we celebrate this Memorial Day, let us take the time to offer a prayer of thanks to God for the sacrifices of our military in preserving our freedom, and let us resolve to be ever vigilant in jealously guarding … Continue reading

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A Bright Shining Lie

The brutal murder of 25-year old British soldier Lee Rigby, who was hacked to death in broad daylight on a city street in full view of witnesses by two fanatical Muslims boasting of their crime and their intention to continue … Continue reading

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Golden Opportunity

John Boehner has been handed a golden opportunity to shut down President Obama’s second term agenda served on a silver platter in the form of numerous administration scandals requiring House investigations. 

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Even More Scandal Revelations

As if the Benghazi cover up heating up from whistleblower testimony this week and the IRS scandal involving the deliberate targeting of TEA Party and other conservative groups accidently revealed Friday were not enough, today we learn that the Justice … Continue reading

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Abortion’s Maginot Line

Like the impressive French defense system made irrelevant by Germany’s blitzkrieg, the line of defense surrounding partial birth abortion has been made irrelevant by the repulsion of Americans in the conviction of Dr. Kermit Gosnell of first degree murder. 

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Benghazi Heats Up

The whistleblowers are revealing the real story of the Benghazi terrorist attack and the details of the White House cover up, and the White House press corps is revolting against Jay Carney’s lame explanations for rewriting the CIA intelligence reports. 

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