There is a tenet in law … if you allow a law to go unenforced, you give up your right to enforce it.
We have allowed Obama to break the eligibility law for four years. We did not need his “birth certificate” to prove he was not natural born. His father was not a U.S. citizen at the time of his birth. Same for Rubio.
So, now it’s OK for Obama to break the law, but not so right for Rubio? ["'Ineligible' Rubio top GOP choice for VP"]
In his column “Why do you believe?” Vox Day lists off numerous reasons he thinks he believes the Christian gospel. But he’s mistaken. None of those reasons is sufficient to cause him or anyone else to believe the gospel. If he genuinely believes, then he does so for the very same reason anyone else believes: The Lord “opened” his heart so that he would accept the gospel message (Acts 16:14) and “granted” him the gift of repentance unto life (Acts 11:18; 2 Timothy 2:25).
Yes, even our faith in Christ “is the gift of God … lest anyone should b ... continue reading »
As a subscriber to Whistleblower magazine and a daily reader of WND, I was frustrated that WND apparently did not carry any articles about women indeed being included in congressional testimony about the contraception mandate. (At least I could not find any.)
I did some searching on WND and other places until I uncovered the truth on LifeSiteNews.com.
Contrary to the MSM, the congressional hearings hosted by Rep. Darrell Issa regarding the contraception mandate and freedom of religion and conscience did include pro-life women.
How do we elect such incompetent or dishonest people? State Sen. Toi Hutchinson of Illinois has proposed a $5 surtax on each individual entering a strip club, or “gentleman’s club” (the euphemism). I called her office when I heard the announcement on the radio Thursday morning and told them it was nothing but a slush fund for government, at best, or a sorry joke to make taxpayers think she was doing something useful.
Does it make sense to spend more money counseling women who strip for a living when they are the victims of rape? (Revenue from the new tax would go to programs for sexual-abuse victims.) What m ... continue reading »
If Facebook has done what this article claims they have done ["Facebook shuts down pro-life message"] – and I don’t doubt for a second that they have done what the article claims – then why does WND still have any association whatsoever with Facebook?! Why the “Follow us on Facebook” buttons on your pages? Stand up for what you and most of your readers (and Americans) believe in, and completely cut all ties with this blatantly anti-American, anti-Christian website!
A personhood amendment was voted down by none other than that most conservative and backward of states, Mississippi, and by a hefty margin, too ["Sate Supreme Court says 'Roe' should be 'overruled'"].
If you guys continue your war on women and women’s health and women’s reproductive freedom, see how you retrogrades fare in November. This is the only silver lining here: that now the country at large (i.e.,voters, including independent/swing voters) are getting a good hard look and how extreme and backward the GOP has become, and they will remember in November.
So yeah, guys, please don̵ ... continue reading »