Of course she’s afraid to say one way or the other whether an unborn child with a human heart and a human liver is a human being. If she says it is a human being, then she knows the next question will be something like, “Then how is abortion not murder?” If she says that the unborn baby is not a human being, then she’d be asked, “Then, what is it, and at what point does it ‘become’ a human being? And based on what?”
She doesn’t want to deal with that. I completely understand. Read more [...]
Contrary to what liberals are trying to convince people of, this Oregon community college was in fact a gun-free zone. Well, for most people. If you’re a criminal dead set on killing as many people as possible, carry as many guns as you want. Chris Harper-Mercer apparently had four guns on him, even though the campus prohibited firearms.
Even the school’s lone security guard was unarmed.
The murderer reportedly asked people if they were Christians. If they responded that they were, Read more [...]
The Center for Medical Progress has done something incredible for the pro-life cause. Their undercover videos have drawn new attention to a decades-old war. Many people who would have otherwise remained ignorant have been forced to confront their understanding of abortion.
Unfortunately, when the truth comes out, devils come with it. As Planned Parenthood has been subjected to new scrutiny, pro-abortion advocates have hit back, spreading misinformation. In the smoke and the dust of war, the underlying Read more [...]
A couple of weeks ago popular conservative activist Dana Loesch produced a new commercial for the NRA called “Moms Like Me.”
In the commercial, Loesch explained why it is that millions of moms, just like her, are fighting for the right to protect themselves and the right to bear arms. The ad went viral pretty quickly, with conservative activists around the world praising the production as a logical argument for self-defense.
While conservatives loved the commercial, there was apparently Read more [...]
Sen. Rand Paul on Wednesday slammed federal officials’ practice of rushing to spend leftover budget dollars in September so they don’t risk losing the money.
The Kentucky Republican said Wednesday that “perverse” incentives for “use it or lose it” spending by federal agencies at the end of the federal government’s fiscal year should be eliminated. Paul’s comment came during a hearing of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee’s subcommittee Read more [...]
The FBI report didn’t say anything about gun sales, but its own stats show marked decrease in violent crime. Not only that, but they revealed that even as stigmatized as semi-automatic rifles are in the media and political arena, they don’t account for many murders, compared with things like clubs, hammers and fists. Actually, rifles don’t account for any murders, since they’re inanimate objects. What I meant was that people don’t use them as often as they do non-firearms.
The record Read more [...]
Global warming alarmists like to talk mostly about sea ice extent and how it’s rapidly declining. They fear that as sea ice recedes, that all the melted ice will cover coastal cities and islands.
But what they conveniently leave out of their discussion is sea ice thickness. Ice might recede, but it can also grow in thickness at the same time.
In terms of gauging how severe the conditions are for sea travel, ice thickness is the most important criterion. If the ice is extensive but thin, icebreaker Read more [...]
National Organization for Women president Terry O’Neill said that contraception and abortion prevents the heartbreak of infant mortality. Does that mean if you don’t want to experience the heartbreak of a loved one growing old and dying of natural causes, it would be okay to kill that person? CNS News reported:
“We have a premature birth crisis in this country that can be directly linked to our failure to provide adequate contraception and abortion care,” said O’Neill in a commentary Read more [...]
In a video released on YouTube last week, Bill Nye "The Science Guy" talks about abortion. The four-minute video is brimming with bluster, but Nye really only makes two logical arguments for abortion. And when I say logical, I don't mean correct. I mean his attempted arguments use formal reasoning. Both of his arguments fail spectacularly upon examination.
Nye first notes that for a fertilized egg to develop and "become human," it must first attach to the uterine wall:
"Many more hundreds of Read more [...]
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The Ted Cruz campaign has released an awesome new ad highlighting Cruz’s consistent conservative stand for truth and the Constitution. He is one of a few candidates with a strong record of standing up for our principles, even in the face of withering criticism and attacks from our own “allies.” Think back over the last few years…has there ever been a moment when you thought Ted Cruz sold us out for the establishment?
No. Not one time.
Ted Cruz is trustworthy, and he deserves our support.
Now, Read more [...]
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For years, scientists and activists have predicted the Arctic would be ice-free during the summers and winter sea ice levels would continue to decline. But what they didn’t count on was sea ice remaining too thick for ships to regularly travel through.
The first-ever study measuring sea ice thickness in the Northwest Passage has found Arctic sea ice is still too thick for ships to safely travel through it year-round. Scientists found that “even in today’s climate, ice conditions must still Read more [...]
There are many people alive today whose mothers and doctors intended to kill through abortion, but failed in their attempt. Some of the more outspoken examples of abortion survivors are staunchly pro-life. But Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards said she’s not aware of babies surviving the abortion process.
At the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing, Richards was questioned by various legislators in the wake of undercover videos surfacing, showing biomedical and Read more [...]