WMUR’s CloseUp – Lindsey Graham on Religious Freedom (psst….)

by Skip April 17, 2015

 So, a church would be able to control its facilities – how big of Lindsey Graham on his definition of Religious Freedom. “But nobody doing business should be allowed to discriminate against another American.  At the end of the day, you’re trying to protect religious freedom, the right to be able to follow your conscience […]

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Progressivism – was never about being “Liberal”; cozying up to Totalitarianism

by Skip April 8, 2015

An observation from Steven Hayward on RFRA, Indiana, Memories Pizza, the tipping point of the absorption of the private sector by Government – and the unmasking of the Left for who they really are (emphasis mine): The “end of liberalism” can be taken to have two meanings, reflecting the ambiguity of both “end” and “liberalism.” […]

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Christians Need To Get ‘In The Closet’

by Steve MacDonald April 7, 2015
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If every there was an idea that succinctly defined the hypocrisy of the left on the matter of rights and equality with regard to gays and Christians, I think this is it. So I guess what they are saying is that when it comes to gay marriage Christians need to 'Get in the Closet.' #Hypocrisy […]

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Notable Quote – Mark Steyn

by Susan Olsen April 6, 2015

“It is a small step from a citizenry that no longer knows how it should act to a citizenry that no longer knows whether or if it can act, and from there to a citizenry that can no longer act.” – Mark Steyn  

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Silence Is Assimilation

by Steve MacDonald April 5, 2015
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I’ve made the point a time-or-two that the same sex marriage debate was never about marriage unless by marriage you mean it’s destruction as an institution.  Marriage is a leading cause of children and children are a leading cause of families, personal responsibility, and even a tendency toward more conservative principles.  That is why the […]

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Why Aren’t Democrats Boycotting Apple Products?

by Steve MacDonald April 2, 2015
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Apple CEO Tim Cook is mad at Indiana but proud to be in Saudi Arabia.  Hey! Does Senator Lou D’Allesandro own any Apple products ? ( Despite the Hoosier State’s Governor Mike Pence stressing the new law wouldn’t legalize discrimination against certain individuals or groups, but instead would protect the religious convictions of service providers […]

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What About Discrimination Against Christians?

by Steve MacDonald April 2, 2015
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NH Democrat opposes Indiana bill that could help protect Christians from being targeted. Union Leader/Granite Status State Sen. Lou D’Allesandro, D-Manchester, citing Indiana’s controversial new “religious freedom restoration act,” has called on the NCAA to move the men’s college basketball “Final Four” championship this weekend outside of Indiana. He says the law allows businesses in […]

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Democrats and “Sanctions”

by Steve MacDonald March 31, 2015
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Summary: Dems are more in favor of sanctions on Indiana than Iran. — Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) March 30, 2015 H/T Susan Osen

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Will Connecticut Boycott Itself over its Own RFRA?

by Steve MacDonald March 30, 2015
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Democrats are stupid.  What you need proof? This morning, the governor of Connecticut, Dan Malloy, announced that he would be the first governor in the union to sign an executive order limiting state-sponsored travel to Indiana because of Indiana’s ostensibly “discriminatory practices.” Because of Indiana's new law, later today I will sign an Executive Order […]

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Looks like Hillary also deleted the memory of laws her Husband passed

by Kimberly Morin March 28, 2015

There seems to be a lot of faux outrage over Indiana passing the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.  Not only do 19 other states have similar laws but Bill Clinton passed the RFRA in 1993 when DEMOCRATS were in the majority in Congress.

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The Principled Conservative Who Is Gradually Building His Position

by Mike January 8, 2013

This man has long been one of my favorites. At an AFP conference in 2009, I considered his speech to be “presidential”, demonstrating both gravitas and conservative principles. About a year later, he delivered a blockbuster speech on the Presidency (video : text) at Hillsdale College – not about himself, but on the meaning and […]

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The Tea Party is Dead My….A**! – Indiana’s Richard Mourdock Wins in What Looks Like a Landslide

by Steve MacDonald May 8, 2012

With 55% of the vote in Richard Mourdock, the Republican primary challenger to too-long time Senator Dick Lugar, has 60% of the vote.  By all accounts Mourdock is heading for a landslide primary victory and has already been declared the victor according to NBC news. Lugar, for his part, is already throwing his support behind […]

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