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    Human Rights Campaign founder faces charges of sex abuse of a minor

    With the arrest of a high-profile homosexual activist with ties to the Human Rights Campaign, a pro-family leader feels vindicated. Terry Bean, a wealthy 66-year-old real estate developer who has been prominent in the Democratic Party, was arrested Wednesday in Portland, Oregon. Scott Lively of Defe ... Read More

    Slaughter in Israel: Obama's legacy

    As horrendous as was Tuesday's Palestinian terrorist attack on a Jerusalem synagogue that left five people dead, the Obama administration's underlying response reprehensibly approached the same level of abhorrence. Indeed, President Obama condemned "in the strongest terms" the cowardly attack in the ... Read More

    When liberals say Ronald Reagan did it, remember this

    The liberals in the media will try anything to justify Barack Obama's upcoming executive orders regarding illegal immigration. Now, they are saying that Ronald Reagan used executive privilege to grant amnesty back in the 1980s. Don't fall for it! Check out the video below. ... Read More

    Schools may not promote or prohibit religious expression

    Public schools should not proselytize beliefs of Christianity, Judaism, Islam or any other religion. Nor should they prohibit a student, or group of students, from praying during free time that allows the exchange of nearly all other ideas. A federal lawsuit claims District 20's Pine Creek High Scho ... Read More

    Congress urged to react swiftly to 'executive amnesty'

    Quickly and decisively – that's how Congress needs to respond once President Obama announces his executive order amnesty for millions of illegal immigrants, says a group opposed to such action. The Washington Times has reported that sources close to the administration say the president will announce ... Read More

    Professor: Union dues wrongly used for politics

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A college professor is challenging the use of her union dues to promote the gubernatorial campaign of Democratic Gov.-elect Tom Wolf, adding fuel to a simmering legislative debate over dues deductions from public employees' paychecks. Mary Trometter, an assistant professor of ... Read More

    Congressional ace up the sleeve: Defund executive amnesty

    An immigration enforcement advocacy group says if President Obama follows through on his pledge to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens without congressional approval, the new GOP-controlled Congress needs to ensure he doesn't have the money to do it. Barack Obama is planning to unveil a 10-p ... Read More

    A brave new world of intolerance

    After decades of chipping away at America's Christian heritage, the liberal enforcers of "equality" and "tolerance" are more open about the brave new future they envision: It's their way or nobody's way. They have willing accomplices in Americans who fold at the slightest challenge. Confronted with ... Read More

    Plywood against a lawless mob

    Did you, too, flinch when you saw recent TV footage of merchants in Ferguson, Mo., placing plywood panels over their storefront windows? It's a scene we see all the time up here, whenever a Nor'easter is about to blow through a community; those plywood sheets are a defense against nature's fury. But ... Read More


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