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  • February 23, 2017

    Jane Roe, in memoriam

    Star ParkerWhat Norma McCorvey needed at the age of 22, pregnant with her life in disarray, was someone to step in and help her look into eternity and embrace life and the beauty of motherhood. Instead, she got two ambitious young left-wing attorneys who saw an opportunity to use her and her anguish and confusion to transform the country.

  • February 22, 2017

    What if there's no plan?

    Ben ShapiroDonald Trump probably doesn't have a plan – thus the perceived chaos, at least by the media. But the people who constructed our constitutional system did have a plan. So let's all just take a deep breath.

  • February 21, 2017

    The United States of ... not America

    Barton

    Court decisions like that against Barronelle Stutzman are making America more and more like the tyrannical governments of Europe that millions of early colonists fled in order to be free from the government persecution of their inalienable rights of religious conscience.

  • February 17, 2017

    Grandmother a victim of modern-day Kristallnacht

    Bryan FischerThe Nazis targeted the Jews ... modern-day Brownshirts target Christians. The only difference now is that the weapon of choice for homosexual activists is a gavel rather than a lead pipe. For those activists, it's not about equality – it's about supremacy.

  • February 16, 2017

    Bumps in the road: Trump vs. Obama

    Michelle Malkin"Unprecedented" – that's how the media is describing the "turmoil" surrounding President Trump's new administration. Those media mavens must have amnesia: Barack Obama had jettisoned four Cabinet nominees by his 100-day mark.

  • February 14, 2017

    The ACLU's war on common sense

    Robert KnightLeading the charge against the Trump executive order, the ACLU – which boasts it hopes to 'carpet-bomb' the new administration – is undercutting national security.

  • February 13, 2017

    Libs pitch hissy fit over pro-Trump Grammy dress

    Todd StarnesJoy Villa made one heckuva statement at the Grammys Sunday night.

  • February 10, 2017

    What does TV teach about love?

    Henson, Melissa (PTC)TV programs today aren't just eroding ideas about love and romance; they are toxic to the culture – and our children are bearing the cost.

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