John Kasich: Roe v. Wade is ‘the law of the land’ (video)

August 21, 2015 (LifeSiteNews) - Roe v. Wade is "the law of the land and we'll live with" it, Republican presidential hopeful John Kasich said on Wednesday. The Ohio governor made the statement after getting back-to-back questions on abortion during a campaign event in New Hampshire. One self-identified "lifelong libertarian" voter asked if he … [Read more...]

This congressman flip-flopped on abortion. Now pro-life students plan to confront him

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 3, 2015 -- Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan stated his latest position on the right-to-life last week. Soon, pro-life students will travel to his congressional office in Washington, D.C., to make their voices heard. Young collegians associated with the pro-life campus group Students for Life of America (SFLA) in northern Virginia are protesting the northeastern Ohio … [Read more...]

‘Pro-life Democrat’ Catholic Congressman embraces abortion

WASHINGTON, D.C., January 28, 2015 -- A Congressman once described as a “pro-life Democrat” has embraced abortion, crediting the birth of his first child and his Catholic faith as two of the reasons for his change of heart. Rep. Tim Ryan also accused those who oppose sex education in the public schools, employer-subsidized birth control through ObamaCare, and expanding social … [Read more...]

For Democrats, 70 Percent Pro-abortion Isn’t Enough

Marcy Kaptur, left, is being challenged by Nita Lowey. “The children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light” – St. Luke 16:8. With the election safely behind us, the media have lost all interest in reporting on abortion extremism. This is most doleful, since congressional Democrats' infighting over a coveted leadership position has degenerated into one of the … [Read more...]

“Vote the Bible” IS a Partisan Statement

Election officials in two states have objected to the message “Vote the Bible,” saying it may violate election law. In a Texas voting booth, a woman was forced to cover up a shirt that read, “Vote the Bible” or relinquish her right to vote. In Vincent, Ohio, the Lighthouse Baptist Church posted a sign that read, “Vote Life, Vote Family, Vote the Bible!” in a place clearly visible to those … [Read more...]

Citizen Activist Brings Impeachment Message to Ohio

Calls for Barack Obama's impeachment are not just for Texas Congressmen and presidential candidates. A growing number of citizen patriots are taking the Impeach Obama Campaign to their fellow voters in battleground states across the country. The latest example was a letter to the editor published in the Mansfield News Journal on August 9 entitled, "Obama Should be Impeached for Ignoring the … [Read more...]

The Military Pays the Price for Obama’s Agenda

As Barack Obama surrounds himself with smiling teachers grateful he talked vacationing Congressmen into squeezing taxpayers for another multi-billion dollar bailout, Americans should envision another scene: the U.S. soldiers who are paying the price for Obama’s economic agenda. Last night, on the eve of today’s vote, Defense Secretary Robert Gates announced a new set of “reforms” to the … [Read more...]

MSNBC: Educating Ed on Abortion’s Racist Past, and Present

The most recent episode of “Psycho Talk” on MSNBC’s The Ed Show provided both the umpteenth example of the Left’s obsession with race and its simultaneous refusal to acknowledge the devastation the Left’s policies have had on minority communities. The victim of the Friday segment – which ought to be renamed “Ed’s Daily Non-Sequitur” – was Rep. Todd Tiahrt, R-KS. Tiahrt had the nerve to oppose … [Read more...]

Sotomayor’s Racialist Judicial Activism

This article originally appeared as the weekend lead for Friday, June 26, 2009. Five months later, it was chosen for inclusion in Opposing Viewpoints, America's Prisons, vol. 2. The inclusion is a special honor for me. Not only is the Opposing Viewpoints series in nearly every high school library in the country, but it provides an invaluable service: fairly representing conflicting views on an … [Read more...]