Santorum Claims Ted Cruz isn’t a Conservative. Um, What?

“If you analyze it, I believe the very heart and soul of conservatism is libertarianism…The basis of conservatism is a desire for less government interference or less centralized authority or more individual freedom, and this is a pretty general description also of what libertarianism is.” – Ronald Reagan We’re entering an unusual time in politics. It used to be conservatism versus liberalism; that was the standard by which everything was judged. There was little to no nuance within the two groups. Read more […]

Ted Cruz, Is Marriage a State Issue or a Federal One?

As I’ve disclosed before, I’m an ardent supporter of Ted Cruz. I’ve donated multiple times to his presidential campaign, and I’ve done a lot of work to promote his candidacy in my writing. That being said, during his recent appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” one of Cruz’s answers set off an alarm in my mind. As Colbert pressed Cruz on his personal beliefs regarding same-sex marriage, Cruz did what he does, and deferred to the Constitution. Ted Cruz is a strict constitutionalist—he Read more […]

Sheriffs Suing CO to Overturn Amendment 64 and End Legal Pot

Sheriffs from Colorado, and a few neighboring states, are suing Colorado in order to overturn Amendment 64, the state amendment that legalized recreational marijuana in the state. The reasons for the lawsuit are quite interesting. Sheriffs allege that upholding Amendment 64 violates the Supremacy Clause of the US Constitution, putting local law enforcement at odds with federal policy: As plaintiff Chad Day, sheriff of Yuma County, said: “As a Colorado sheriff, I am put in an untenable position Read more […]

Poll: 62% Of Georgians Support Decriminalization Of Marijuana

I don’t look at marijuana the same way as I do homosexual “marriage” or abortion. When I see the widespread acceptance of homosexuality and the murder of unborn babies, I see a culture in a downward spiral and these things as symptoms. The laws that we enact, the people for whom we vote to represent us, are the painful results of a quickly dying culture. Christians in this country simply don’t have the numbers that we used to have to have a substantial amount of influence in cultural, Read more […]

Third Of Texas Abortion Clinics To Close Due To Court Upholding New State Law

Reports of women dying or nearly dying from botched abortion procedures have been surfacing in what should be alarming numbers.  In some of those cases, the patients died because the doctor at the abortion clinic did not have admitting privileges to the nearby hospitals. A number of states have taken action to better protect women from suffering the same fate as those who died from lack of hospital intervention by passing laws requiring doctors at abortion clinics to have hospital admitting privileges.  Read more […]