Published April 08, 2011
Defunding Planned Parenthood, the National Endowment for the Arts, Public Broadcasting, and NPR actually removes government interference from our lives. Forcing taxpayers to fund these pet liberal entitlements, when alternatives abound and the government is mired in debt, is fiscal insanity.
Published April 04, 2011
While American families deal painfully in reality, some members of Congress are divorced from reality.
Published March 25, 2011
Why does the prevailing view among radical feminists seems to be that conservative women either don’t exist or are merely female impersonators?
Published March 18, 2011
Pornographers are poised to expand their reach immensely. This week, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the group that oversees the creation of designations like, “.com,” “.org,” “.net,” and “.biz,” is expected to finally cave to the pornography industry and effectively partner with them to multiply their tentacles with a new designation, “.xxx.”
Published March 11, 2011
If Congress cannot cut off Planned Parenthood this year, given fiscal realities and the organization’s proven corrupt nature, then how will they tackle true budget busters such as entitlements?
Published February 24, 2011
All of a sudden, congressional appropriations that have gone unquestioned for decades may get zeroed out, and there is no better encapsulation of this than the fight over taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood. Simultaneously the crown jewel of the abortion industry and the abortion lobby, the liberal political powerhouse is poised to take a very hard fall.
Published February 08, 2011
We, the American people, own the public airwaves, so shouldn’t we have some say over how they’re used? Once the courts allow fleeting nudity and profanity in prime time television, the downward spiral is complete.
Published January 28, 2011
One has to wonder if 7-year-olds acting out sexually in a public school classroom in broad daylight — in front of a teacher who was oblivious, incompetent, or indifferent — means the battle to save innocence isn’t already lost. No parent can police their child’s life 24 hours a day.
Published December 16, 2010
Networks, retailers, advertisers, producers, and celebrities have bought into the concept of sexualizing our teen girls and see no problem.If we don’t step up, who will protect our girls?
Published December 07, 2010
An airplane is a public place and should have certain restrictions on the type of material allowed to be out in the open. And while Playboy may not meet the standard set by the Supreme Court for illegal obscenity, that does not mean it should be allowed in a public place where children are forced to see it.