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    Work is not a bad word even for those in poverty

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- New Mexico's Catholic bishops appear to think work is a four-letter word. The bishops are incensed that Gov. Susana Martinez's administration plans to reinstate work-related requirements in October for an estimated 26,600 able-bodied adults who don't have children but receive fo ... Read More

    America transitioning to a police state?

    With military-clad police tending to the rioting in Ferguson, Missouri, and recent incidents with civilians where police resemble a wartime invasion squadron more than your friendly neighborhood police department, many American – including former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee – are ... Read More

    The JV team is in the White House

    So much for President Obama calling ISIS a "JV" team. Taking over parts of Iraq and Syria is no work of an amateur, that's for sure. And now, the brutal terror group Boko Haram, who hasn't been getting much attention lately with the continuous mass atrocities by ISIS, has just declared an Islamist c ... Read More

    Amish who escaped persecution have new problem in Wisconsin

    The Amish number about 220,000 in the United States and reside in 20 states. They have faced lawsuits only in two states, New York and Wisconsin. In the latter state, a judge has taken a first action against a Fairchild group, ordering them to leave their homes unless they meet building and sanitary ... Read More

    A 12 step program for Obama

    Americans feel it. Mass media are reporting it. Even Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is owning up to it. We are in serious danger of an ISIS terror attack -- right here on American soil. Instead of playing golf, giving empty speeches or jetting around the country to attend another fundraiser, here is ... Read More

    The Welcome Mat is out for Terror

    So the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said the other day that when it comes to terrorist attacks by ISIS, certain countries "because of open borders and immigration issues, it's an immediate threat." Open borders? Immigration issues? What nation could Army Gen. Martin Dempsey possibly be spea ... Read More

    Will states' rights rule supreme in marriage cases?

    The Supreme Court isn't forcing Virginia to begin issuing same-gender "marriage" licenses, but the issue remains to be decided by the court. The Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals had upheld a lower-court ruling against Virginia's marriage amendment, prompting an emergency appeal to the U.S. Supre ... Read More

    It's impossible for a student to violate the First Amendment

    High school senior Kendra Turner was suspended for saying "Bless you" when a fellow student sneezed in class. Not for saying "God bless you," mind you, but simply "Bless you." Her enraged teacher aggressively informed her that there would be "no godly speaking" in her classroom and sent her to the a ... Read More

    Schoolhouse open for stream of illegal alien children

    Public schools will be strained if tens of thousands of illegal alien children are allowed to enter, predicts a study released by a conservative black organization. The vast majority of illegal alien children don't speak or read English, and that will cost taxpayers more per pupil than American-born ... Read More


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