Is a vote for the Democratic Party a vote for the dictatorship of relativism?

The United States is a nation where 73% of the population adheres to some form of Christianity. It is a nation that, according to its currency, trusts in God. And it is a nation that believes individuals are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights. How, then, could such a country not have a God-fearing man as its president? Well, for the second time in less than a year, a Gallup... More

The DNC Adopts a Radical Stance on Choice. Except When They Don’t.

This week, the Democratic party took its abortion ideology another step further. According to the newly released party platform, “The Democratic Party strongly and unequivocally supports Roe v. Wade and a woman’s right to make decisions regarding her pregnancy, including a safe and legal abortion, regardless of ability to pay.” John McCormack at The Weekly Standard writes: That l... More

The Political Left Stumbles In Massachusetts

It was January 2010 when the state of Massachusetts stunned the American body politic by choosing Republican Scott Brown in a special Senate election to fill the seat of the late Teddy Kennedy. Democrats assumed—probably not unreasonably—that it was a fluke and they would reclaim the seat without a problem. They may reclaim the seat, but as Monica Potts, writing in the liberal American Prospec... More

How The Left Continues To Hijack The True Democratic Party

The shamelessness of the modern Left trying to piggyback on the great achievements of their Democratic Party forebears c continues unabated today. Eugene Robinson, a columnist for The Washington Post pushed the myth that today’s Left is somehow intrinsically connected to the legitimate progressives who made Medicare a reality in 1965. Robinson is offended by the idea that the Republican ticket w... More

Abortion in NYC: More racist than needing an ID to vote.

The argument goes something like, it’s more difficult for minorities to get a valid ID so requiring one at the polls would disenfranchise a disproportionate number of minorities, ergo requiring an ID is racist. Lawsuits have been filed and public feelings campaigns have been waged to strike down the laws and demonize anyone who supports voter ID laws. Ironically, in a rather humorous twist, ... More

Obama’s Global Economic Strategy Is More Of The Same

The economic news for President Obama has not been good. Now two more releases—one last month and the other impending—promise more difficult news for a president attempting the task of winning   re-election amidst public pessimism about the economy. Manufacturing jobs are down—so says a  government report released Monday, and with overall job numbers  for June expected out at the end of ... More

Senator Reid says Democratic Party’s platform will call for marriage redefinition

Like John Barnes said, things keep evolving… The Democratic leader in the Senate told The Hill that he believes that marriage redefinition will be in Democratic Party’s platform, to be approved at their national convention late this summer in Charlotte. “The president’s in favor of it, I’m sure it will be,” Reid said. Which is no surprise now, but still another sad dev... More

Reader: Majority of Democrat voters rarely or never go to church, DC Circuit rules for Obamacare, Election Day 2011

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. New Gallup poll claims that a majority of Democratic voters (52%) rarely or never attend church. Election Day today: Personhood Amendment in MS, Public employee reform plan in OH, Guv race in KY, GOP hopes to win State Senate in VA, Controversial anti-immigration candidate up for recall in... More

Reader: Rubio would help GOP win Florida, Dems unfavorables hit 84 levels, Will ‘Kickback’ Nelson run again?

Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on. Sen. Ben Nelson, D-NE, doesn’t sound that interested in running for re-election. The Democratic Party’s unfavorable rating rises to 1984 levels (when Reagan won 49 states). Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL, would really boost the GOP chances of winning Florida, but not as much... More

The Democrats’ Deadly Sin

“Envy is sadness at another’s good,” wrote Fulton Sheen in Victory Over Vice. “In our time, envy has taken on an economic form.” What happens when an entire political party crafts its appeal and reelection strategy around envy? Sadly, the Democratic Party has been doing just that for a long time, and with renewed vigor under the presidency of Barack Obama. President Obama demands that ... More



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