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  • Yearly Archives: 2013

    Does the American News Media Have an Anti-Christian Bias?

    In Prodigal Press: Confronting the Anti-Christian Bias of the American News Media, Warren Cole Smith, journalist and author, explains how a liberal worldview has pervaded America’s mainstream media and how its anti-Christian worldview is influencing American society. “Mass media is dominant in our culture today, and it has a profound … More

    In Cristina Kirchner’s Argentina, Christmas Shoppers Are Muscled Aside by Looters

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    Earlier this month, widespread looting broke out in “at least 19 of Argentina’s 23 provinces” when mobs took advantage of strikes by police demanding pay raises to match inflation” by “shattering glass doors and stealing everything from mattresses and mobile phones to prams and beer,” according to news reports in … More

    Time to Stock Up on Incandescent Bulbs Before They Go Out Permanently

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    If your New Year’s resolution is to change your light bulbs, don’t worry—the federal government’s here to help. Beginning January 1, 2014, the federal government will ban the use of 60-watt and 40-watt incandescent light bulbs. The light bulb has become a symbol in the fight for consumer freedom and … More

    Christmas Greetings from Jim DeMint

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    Merry Christmas! I hope this day reminds you of the bounty that God has blessed us with. I hope it prompts you to pass on that grace to the people in your life, as well as to others who may cross your path. As you celebrate, I wanted to share … More

    Obamacare Website Is a Security Nightmare

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    The Obama administration is urging its supporters to make the most of the holidays by turning family dinners and other social gatherings into platforms for boosting enrollment in Obamacare. Supporters can even log on to a working website for talking points that can help them push loved ones including those … More

    8 Americans to Remember This Christmas

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    Christmas is a time for celebration and family. It should also be a time for reflection, appreciation for all we have, and remembrance of those who are in need. While most of us are gathering with loved ones, there are Americans being held prisoner in repressive countries around the world—often … More

    Chief Information Security Officer for Obamacare: I Told HHS the Website Wasn’t Safe

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    According to news reports, a government security expert at the heart of Healthcare.gov told Members of the House Oversight Committee that she informed HHS that the website was too dangerous to use. In the days leading up the Obamacare rollout, Teresa Fryer, the Chief Information Security Officer at the Centers … More

    What's to Blame for the Knockout Game?

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    The “knockout game,” where defenseless people are brutally and randomly attacked, is a shocker. It’s hard to imagine why teenagers, apparently bored out of their minds, would get a thrill out of beating up an old man or woman. We are all outraged. But we are also divided on the … More

    Why All Americans Should Support Hobby Lobby's Case Against Obamacare

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    The plight of Hobby Lobby, the arts-and-crafts business whose owners are being forced to compromise their faith, instantly draws the sympathy of religious conservatives. But why should anyone else care? Recall first that the Department of Health and Human Services issued under the Affordable Care Act a “preventive services” mandate … More

    This Is Exactly What Health Care Reform Is Supposed to Do

    Imagine waking up from a coma to find that both of your legs and your left hand are gone. After a motorcycle accident that nearly killed him, this was Moise Brutus’s devastating reality. And he had to navigate the broken Medicaid system to try to recover. Now, he calls those … More