You usually hear the left complain about the evils of Big Business and corporations, that awful “one percent” that controls our economy and our politicians. The left hates them — except when those same corporations use their despicable money and power to bully supporters of religious freedom. Read More
Growing up in Cincinnati, you realize the region features two types of people: chili junkies and political junkies. Cincinnati is a hotbed for party debate and often a wild card when it comes to elections – which can be a positive as it gives Ohioans an influential voice in national decisions. We might disagree on the issues, but one topic Ohioans seem to agree on is “We the People” are distrustful of the current administration.
Not long ago, Ohio voters broke records for having the lowest job approval rating of President Obama in Quinnipiac poll history, nationally or in any state. At the time, 61 percent of Ohio voters disapproved of how he was handling his job. Fifty-seven percent of Ohio voters believe Obama is not trustworthy.
Given that, the recent death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has created a constitutional minefield. Scalia was one of the most logical, clearheaded advocates for judicial restraint and adherence to the text of the Constitution. He represented the opposite of the liberal ideology ascribing to a “living, breathing” Constitution that can be molded to fit the times – times like today, when our relativistic society allows feelings to trump fact.
Obama has the constitutional authority to nominate a candidate. But the Senate’s role is pivotal, too.
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Recently, a proud member of Concerned Women for America (CWA) spoke up for the unborn, and her voice echoed loud and clear. College of the Ozarks Vice President of Cultural Affairs and Dean of Character Education, Sue R. Head, Ed.D., sent a letter to the CEO of Lands’ End, Ms. Federica Marchionni, in regards Read More
When it comes to abortion, we discourse on subjects like rape, incest, the life of the mother, and viability. We converse over conscience and taxpayer funding. But there’s one region where we rarely venture but, quite frankly, ought to more often: Coercion.
When a woman, especially a young woman, faces an unexpected pregnancy, Read More
In the first major abortion case in almost 10 years, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for the Texas abortion case Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt, a challenge to new Texas regulations requiring hospital admitting privileges and Ambulatory Surgical Center health and safety standards that abortion clinics must now meet.
The case Read More
The U.S. Constitution is pretty straightforward on the process by which “We the People” have chosen to select Supreme Court justices. Article II, Section 2, says, “[The president] shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint … judges of the Supreme Court.” Read More
It is a sad day in history when a genetically modified burrito garners higher concern than a genetically modified baby. Recently, President Obama removed language from the proposed FY 2017 budget which was previously included in the FY 2016 Omnibus to protect against the genetic manipulation of human embryos. Rep. Robert Aderholt (R-Alabama) Read More
The GOP candidates were prepared for anything the moderators might throw at them at last week’s debate in New Hampshire. From immigration to what toppings Megyn Kelly likes on her pizza, they were ready. But when asked about whether they agree with instituting a female-integrated draft, they started to squirm. Read More
Murdering Jews and Americans comes with benefits. While the loved ones of the victims are paying the price in tears, terrorists are receiving monthly payments. Read More