“I don’t mind being hated for my views,” says Alex Knepper, 20, a political science student at American University. Knepper wrote a column in the campus newspaper, The Eagle, which states that a woman who attends a fraternity party, drinks a lot of alcohol, and then accompanies a guy to his dorm room or apartment [...]
From Lori Ziganto’ latest article at RedState
Indiana Right to Life PAC just announced that they are now barring the endorsement of Democratic candidates.
“Our leadership anguished over this decision,” notes IRTL-PAC chairman Mike Fichter. “Had Democrats like Brad Ellsworth held firm in opposing federal funding for abortion in the health care [...]
The above image of KFC’s forthcoming “Double Down” sandwich is no different from pornography. Some people make look at it with joy and anticipation. Others will be repulsed.
In the debate about pornography Paul Cooper and I don’t really have a meaningful disagreement. We’re both share the position that government should not try and prosecute [...]
One of the features in this month’s More magazine is a feminist’s dream: Three U.S. Congresswomen — all of whom are Democrats (naturally…not many conservatives would do this), wives, and mothers — have decided to move in together. Unlike 99% of spouses in America, Carolyn Maloney, 69, Debbie Wasserman Schultz, 43, and Melissa Bean, 48, [...]
Do I get credit for using a biblical metaphor in reference to Stupak that doesn’t involve Judas?
For Congressman Bart Stupak’s abortion “deal” — securing an ineffectual executive order signed by the president to ostensibly prohibit the use of federal funds for abortion in accordance with the Hyde Amendment — the pro-life Democrat is now hemorrhaging [...]