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  • PP CEO considers abortion a new 'civil rights movement' December 4, 2016
    While giving a speech to law students at the University of Chicago Law School on Tuesday, Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards proclaimed that the fight for abortion is similar to the civil rights movement.
  • Israeli airstrikes in Syria prelude to Damascus attack? December 3, 2016
    After Israel Defense Forces (IDF) deployed fighter jets to a Damascus-Beiruit highway Wednesday targeting a Syrian military convoy – while launching another one of its sorties for an aerial assault on a weapons warehouse outside of Damascus – an imminent Israeli attack is being anticipated to hit the heart of the Syrian capital – soon.
  • University rejects Round 10 of anti-Israel vote December 2, 2016
    An anti-Israel vote at the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor may have failed last month but the effort is really not about one vote, says the spokesman for a pro-Israel group.
  • HUD gets it right on smoking, FDA doesn't December 2, 2016
    The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is being praised for a new policy on smoking, but not for reasons one might think.
  • After election loss, Dems consider Muslim leader December 2, 2016
    Choosing a Muslim congressman to lead the Democratic National Committee will only alienate more American voters, predicts a Muslim reformist.
  • Pro-lifer sues for right to be heard December 2, 2016
    A pro-life activist who was ticketed outside a Pennsylvania abortion clinic is fighting the punishment.
  • Critic: Gov't fuel standards = more expensive cars December 2, 2016
    Despite protests from automakers and consumers, the Obama administration has decided not to change government fuel-economy requirements for cars and light trucks.
  • A rational decision from (gasp!) the 9th Circuit? December 2, 2016
    A border enforcement advocacy group finds it telling that the typically liberal Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has issued a common-sense ruling regarding a former gang member who is in the country illegally.
  • LGBT activists rally to teacher's legal case December 2, 2016
    A discrimination case currently before a Chicago federal appeals court is being watched closely. 
  • Horowitz: McCaul would be McHuge mistake December 1, 2016
    A well-known conservative commentator isn't too impressed with one of the names being floated as Donald Trump's potential pick for secretary of the Department of Homeland Security.
  • The Price is right December 1, 2016
    While pro-lifers are speaking very highly of Donald Trump's pick to head the Department of Health and Human Services, a conservative pundit suggests that individual shouldn't expect a warm welcome from the bureaucrats within HHS.
  • Alarmed, but not surprised, in Columbus December 1, 2016
    A pro-family activist based in Ohio is concerned about the growing Islamic population in Columbus in the wake of the Nov. 28 terrorist attack. 
  • Advice: Don't manufacture news, just report it December 1, 2016
    Many in the mainstream media have been struggling with how they missed the rise of Donald Trump and the "unsettled majority" that put him into office. Thus far, they don't seem to be coming up with the right answer.
  • Breaking news: Christianity discovered in TX church December 1, 2016
    The pushback is coming from all corners after left-wing website BuzzFeed published a hit piece about a Christian husband and wife featured on HGTV.
  • Samaritan's aids fleeing Iraqis December 1, 2016
    At the same time Iraqi military forces and ISIS fighters battle over the country's second-largest city, a humanitarian group is helping refugees. 
  • Mere rumors lead to sad reality for Copts December 1, 2016
    Coptic Christians in Upper Egypt are enduring intense persecution by Muslim radicals that is resulting in attacks on Christians and destruction of their property.
  • Romney finds few allies for Sec'y of State job December 1, 2016
    An author and conservative political activist says it's likely that Mike Pence is supporting Mitt Romney as the secretary of state in the coming Donald Trump administration.
  • Land: Trump tossing lifeline into PC swamp November 30, 2016
    A tide of progressivism that is swamping everyone from bakers and florists to Johns Hopkins researchers and Christian colleges is about to be stopped, says a longtime political activist.

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