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Leave it to Behar: A Liberal ‘View’ of Christianity

Vice President Mike Pence says God speaks to him, but some call it mental illness. Oprah says God will speak to her if He wants her to run for president, and liberals cheer. Is this glaring double standard the new normal? It’s not just Joy Behar. Christianity is generally not tolerated in Hollywood and the […]

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The Real War on Women

Abortion is the real war on women (and men). Here’s a tale of two marches featuring two completely different worldviews, and it’s obvious which side the liberal media is on. Every year since judicial activists on the U.S. Supreme Court legalized the practice of abortion, the annual March For Life has been held in Washington […]

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Conscience, Corruption, and the Abortion Business Cover-Up

As I drove by what may be the only Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin yesterday, on the sidewalk out front was a woman holding a “Defend Life” sign with a photo of a baby. God bless her and all those who have taken action, prayed, or raise awareness about the ongoing slaughter of life in […]

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Abortion Hurts Us All, Especially Women – Part 2, The Anguish of Abortion

The following is the second part of a book excerpt from The Cost of Our Silence: Consequences of Christians Taking the Path of Least Resistance. This is from the compelling, statistic-filled chapter, “The Anguish of Abortion.” Largely unreported by pro-abortion media is the fact abortion often causes women years of emotional pain, torment, and guilt. […]

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Benghazi Burned, Obama Campaigned, the Media Moved On

How would the media have reported on Benghazi if we had a Republican president such as Chris Christie? I think we know the answer. In this week’s scathing bipartisan Senate Intelligence Committee report on Benghazi, extensive evidence confirms what most of us already knew: the attack was preventable. The report concludes there was a “significant […]

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