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January 9, 2024
PRIESTS FOR LIFE — Travelling to DC for the March for Life? Start the day at the 29th Annual National Prayer Service on Friday, January 19, 2024, at DAR Constitution Hall, 1776 D St. (18th and D), Washington, DC, from 8:30-10:30am! Catholic Mass at 7:30 a.m. Priests for Life will present the Pro-Life Recognition Award to Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, TX; Mark Lee Dickson, founder of the Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn initiative; Sr. Deirdre Byrne, POSC; and Mark Houck. It will be a time of prayer, praise, music, and inspiring speakers. Veteran pro-life leader Frank Pavone will deliver a powerful pro-life message. Sponsored by Priests for Life and the National Pro-Life Religious Council. Admission is free.... (more)


January 8, 2024
THE FEDERALIST — To say that contemporary Western culture is not family-friendly would be something of an understatement. Rather, it’s positively hostile to families. Whether it’s popular entertainment, schools, politicians, or even one’s neighbors, parents and their children are regularly pushed into terminal dysfunction. Virtue is derided while vices are celebrated; confusion and contradiction frequently overwhelm decency and common sense; and the feeling of optimism and commitment to excellence is now smothered by widespread anxiety and nihilism. As one would expect in such an environment, marriage and birth rates continue to plummet with little hope of recovering.... (more)


January 8, 2024
YOUTUBE — The Babylon Bee sits down with Siaka Massaquoi to talk about how the FBI recently separated him from his pregnant wife at the airport and arrested him over charges related to January 6th. What really happened on January 6th and what was Siaka doing at the Capitol Building?... (more)


January 7, 2024
YOUTUBE — The decline, the deception, the dogmas... Thomas Sowell details an assessment of the state of education in the United States.... (more)


January 6, 2024
TOWNHALL — Late last month, Townhall reported how one Republican governor vetoed measures to protect women’s sports and to protect children from irreversible, experimental transgender “care.” This includes puberty blockers, sex reassignment surgery, and hormone therapy treatment.... (more)


January 5, 2024
YOUTUBE — On a snowy Thanksgiving Day, two strangers — Robert, a construction worker, and Catherine, a pediatrician — find themselves stranded in a blizzard. Being forced to seek shelter in an abandoned cabin gradually gives way to an unexpected connection. Through their candid conversations, they discover a mutual understanding and a spark of attraction that defies their differences.... (more)


January 4, 2024
CLIFF KINCAID — Congress is back in session on January 8 and a government-shutdown deadline is weeks away. Funding for Ukraine and Israel and securing the border are major issues. But there is another major issue: the consolidation of a communist dictatorship in the United States if “Special Counsel” Jack Smith is allowed to continue his persecution of former President Trump, persecution that subverts our system of free and fair elections.... (more)


January 4, 2024
JERRY NEWCOMBE — History is filled with people who quit too early, and thus never fulfilled their key task in life. With a new year upon us, it’s good to think about how God pours His blessings on those who persist. Even when facing adversity, when the time comes, they push forward with what they feel He has called them to do. Of course, in the eight Beatitudes of Jesus (“Blessed are…”), He never said, “Blessed are the persistent.” But throughout the Bible, we do find encouragements to press on, to keep plugging away at doing the right thing.... (more)


January 3, 2024
WORLDNETDAILY — Back in the good ol' days, Western nations were democratic and politicians were voted into office to protect the interests of the people. Their job was to defend national borders, secure citizens' rights, provide justice, and guard national resources from outside predators.... (more)


January 3, 2024
NEW YORK POST — Harvard University President Claudine Gay’s resignation over plagiarism will be “just the beginning of the reckoning,” House GOP Conference Chairwoman Elise Stefanik told The Post Tuesday — vowing that Republicans will carry out a “long overdue” cleansing of higher education’s “institutional rot.”... (more)


January 2, 2024
PJ MEDIA — Democrat strategists and talking heads were gobsmacked to see so many working-class people vote for Donald Trump in 2016. In fact, part of the mercenary decision to run Joe from Scranton against Trump in 2020 was the cynical calculation that he would be able to recapture those blue-collar Democrat party defectors.... (more)


January 1, 2024
YOUTUBE — Join archaeologist Joel P. Kramer as he goes to Nineveh, modern-day Mosul in Iraq, and tells the story of the archaeological discovery unearthed there which linked evidence from the dirt with the Bible's account of Hezekiah, Sennacherib, and the Assyrian conquest.... (more)


January 1, 2024
WESTERN JOURNAL — Former National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins has admitted that tunnel vision handicapped the development of public policy to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Collins, who stepped down at the end of 2021, was the superior of former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Anthony Fauci, who along with Collins proposed and supported lockdowns as the major policy element to deal with the pandemic.... (more)


December 29, 2023
WORLDNETDAILY — Former President Donald Trump's sprawling Mar-a-Lago estate boasts high ceilings. During the holidays, it also features a towering Christmas tree. With the former president's son Barron in attendance, however, anything tall seems to pale in comparison. On Tuesday, a Trump family photo in front of the Mar-a-Lago Christmas tree went viral and prompted a number of comments about 17-year-old Barron's astonishing height.... (more)


December 27, 2023
JERRY NEWCOMBE — The idea of the United States as an independent nation was saved by an unusual act on Christmas night in 1776. It was a battle, and God in His providence helped America in one more step toward becoming free. Such was the belief of the leader of this effort, the commander of the Continental Army, George Washington.... (more)


December 26, 2023
THE FEDERALIST — If it wasn’t obvious before now that the left will do anything to stop Donald Trump from winning a second term in the White House, the events of the last few days should leave no doubt in any American’s mind. Democrats, including President Biden, are prepared not only to rig the 2024 election in broad daylight, but also to twist the U.S. Constitution and undermine the republic so they can hold onto power.... (more)


December 25, 2023
DAVID KUPELIAN — It was Dec. 21, 2016, the darkest day of the year. I was working in my garage, trying to repair something using a hacksaw. It was cold. I was sawing strenuously and at an uncomfortable angle. I was tired, stressed and a little frustrated. Suddenly I felt a strange and complex pain radiating through my chest, something I had never experienced before. I stopped working and gave the pain my full attention, but it didn't subside. I went into the house and told my wife, Jean, to stay close by, because "I might be having a heart attack."... (more)


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December 22, 2023
FOX NEWS — Former Attorney General Ed Meese has presented arguments to the Supreme Court that they should reject Special Counsel Jack Smith’s requests because he was unconstitutionally appointed in the first place. Meese, along with law professors Steven G. Calabresi and Gary S. Lawson, filed a friend-of-the-court brief Wednesday to present the case that Attorney General Merrick Garland’s appointment of Smith — a private citizen — is in violation of the Appointments Clause of the Constitution.... (more)


December 20, 2023
JERRY NEWCOMBE — I once asked my grandchildren, “What were the first Christmas gifts?” And one of the grandchildren showed she was on the right track...up to a point. The answer she gave was “The first Christmas gifts were given by the wise men, and they gave to the Baby Jesus ‘Gold, Frankenstein, and myrrh.’” Out of the mouth of babes.... (more)


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December 14, 2023
CLIFF KINCAID — A recent story in The New York Post about a potential Chinese surprise attack on America’s allies and assets in the world’s “Indo-Pacific” region caught my attention. If accurate, the 23 million people living on the historically free Chinese island of Taiwan are in immediate danger. (For comparison, bear in mind that the total population of Israel is currently 9.4 million.)... (more)


 

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