It has been my experience that all politicians/non-politicians make promises during their campaigns to would-be voters. They say just what their audiences want to hear, until they get to Washington. Then all their promises drop.
When Marco Rubio ran for the U.S. Senate, I was all for this bright young man, born here of refugees from Castro’s tyranny in Cuba. Then Rubio gave his spiel about amnesty for illegal aliens – with a smiling Chuck Schumer beside him. When Schumer smiles, it means the Democrats have something bad in store for America.
Watching Rubio give his support to amnesty was like catching your daughter’s fiance in bed with a street hooker; you’re at once dismayed, angered, disgusted, betrayed. You know you can never trust him again and want him out of your lives.
The announcement (and support) by Sen. Rand Paul that the inspector general for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched a new investigation into the fetal tissue trade is exactly what placed the senator on the “blacklist” and caused him to be excluded from the stage at this week’s Republican presidential debate.
The fact that these Planned Parenthood execs are still breathing the air of freedom their greed deprived so many babies from breathing is an atrocity, and the fact that Sen. Paul has spoken out against them, at risk of a target placed “by them” on his back, should also be made ... continue reading »
I’ve always liked WND; I have read your site for many years. I see now you have many negative articles about Ted Cruz who is a Christian and a constitutional conservative, probably the only one running for president.
Why are you attacking him? I always thought WND was a very conservative news organization, but now I am having my doubts. It seems if you are against Cruz then you are FOR the establishment. Is this site just like CNN, MSNBC, Fox and all the others that benefit monetarily from big government?
Are you pro-Trump? In your section today on politics there are seven headline articles. Out of those five have to do with Trump.
He has some good things to say regarding our country, but it seems that his personality in many ways is very similar to the current occupant of the White House – as in he really likes himself a lot. The media give him too much free publicity.
Thank you so much for your internet news. We do appreciate your keeping us informed.
I am a long-time reader of WND. I enjoy your columns.
Regarding your comments on CAIR: I think you should at least credit Islam for the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. After all, Islam created the need for a safe route of passage for those seeking to trade with India and China.
Islam is also responsible for creating the U.S. Navy (just toured the USS Constitution in Boston).
Keep up the good work! And may God richly bless you and your family.