Arizona SB 1062: When People Willfully Suppress Truth for Lies

March 2, 2014

Again, the LGBT community preferred to make truth a casualty as they lobbied hard to kill a simple update to already existing Arizona law. And they were joined by prominent Republicans, the NFL, and even Governor Jan Brewer who vetoed the bill on Friday purely out of political pressure and a lack of conviction. The […]

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What Gays Need is More Love, Not More Attention

January 27, 2014

Over the past year, a number of television personalities and athletes have “come out” as being gay, to the collective yawn of the American people. In what they believe to be a “courageous” move, we find that “coming out” isn’t courageous at all because these people who come out are finding they aren’t being treated […]

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Walter’s Healthcare Reform Plan

November 27, 2013

I can’t really say this is mine because it comes from a number of ideas floating around out there. But this is what I am advocating for as a replacement for that horrid and horrible government power grab called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA). In essence, the problem that needs to be […]

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Liberals and Big Government Have No Claim to Moral High Ground

October 13, 2013

Last Friday I watched the Sean Hannity show, which was a special on Obamacare.  It was in a forum format consisting of various liberal and conservative pundits. What never ceases to amaze me is the smug, self-righteous demeanor of these liberal commentators who believe themselves to be morally superior, but in truth are drowning in […]

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Thoughts on Zimmerman and Deen (Certainly Not a Classic Rock Duo)

June 29, 2013

Just a few thoughts on George Zimmerman and Paula Deen, as I am a bit disappointed at some the reaction to these stories on both sides. On the Zimmerman story, I do not like the race-baiters who see this thing entirely from the perspective of race. Who knows what is in the heart of Zimmerman, […]

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The LGBT Movement and the Pursuit of Ends

June 26, 2013

The problem, in my view, with the LGBT movement is not that they have a particular view they are advocating for, but the manner in which they pursue it. Regardless of whether I agree with their ends, which I don’t, I could at least respect them if they didn’t have to demonize the church or […]

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What the LGBT Lobby Hath Wrought in California

May 27, 2013

Here in California, Assembly Bill 640 is making its way through the legislative process, authored by openly homosexual Tom Ammiano (D–San Francisco). AB 640 would require group health plan contracts to cover infertility treatments for same-sex couples, who by definition cannot procreate together. This bill would force insurance carriers and, by extension, policy holders, to […]

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Lessons Learned from Jason Collins

May 5, 2013

I think we actually learned some things from the interesting case of NBA player Jason Collins. I can’t think of anything good that we learned, but it was hardly surprising the way things are going. And just to think, a President who could not recollect simple facts eight months later about a terrorist attack and […]

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To the Liberal Media: We Don’t Care About Jason Collins Sex Life

April 29, 2013

So today NBA basketball player Jason Collins became the first active male player in American professional sports to come out as gay. Media people were tripping over themselves calling his move courageous, strong, and some identified him as a leader. Some are even calling it historical. Well it’s not courageous, it doesn’t make him a […]

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Society and The Gosnell Trial: Degradation vs. Dignity

April 21, 2013

The Wall Street Journal had an insightful editorial this weekend by Sohrab Ahmari titled Leon Kass: The Meaning of the Gosnell Trial. What Kass has brilliantly put his finger on is the degradation in our culture that has become disrespectful of dignity and indifferent to degradation. Just think about what you see on the major networks […]

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