Saturday, July 31, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Do Ask, We'll Tell!
Check out today's video clip with ADF Attorney Austin Nimocks for his take on how this repeal would silence Christians in all walks of military life.
As Bob Maginnis points out in FRC's Mission Compromised booklet, introducing open homosexuals into the military would seriously impact chaplains. They may be censored from speaking against homosexual behavior in chapels or counsel a service member confused about his sexuality to abstain from homosexual conduct. What's more, they could face increased pressure to marry same-sex couples. These threats to religious liberty would make chaplains who stick by their convictions vulnerable, and some of them might choose leave the military altogether.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Friday, July 23, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Borelli: "I'm a black, female conservative. I'm often targeted by individuals who call me all kinds of names: racist, an Uncle Tom, a traitor - you name it. I'd like to know if the NAACP will issue a statement condemning those individuals who were doing that."Shelton: "Why, yes, ma'am... Just give us some details... The very broad answer is... yes, we repudiate anybody calling you a bad name in the political arena."
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
"Sen . Graham insisted that the Senate "should have a special and strong reason for the denial of confirmation." How about personally twisting the opinion of two medical groups to advance the killing of half-delivered babies? Or using her power to shun the U.S. military from college campuses in a time of war? Yet Sen. Graham insists she "passes [the] test." "[The Constitution] puts upon me a standard that's stood the test of time," he said. "Is the person qualified?" Absolutely not. She has zero experience as a judge. The only relevant legal experience she does have is as a political lawyer. "Is it a person of good character?" The plot to substitute her own judgment for that of trained physicians' shows, at the very least, that Kagan is devoid of any professional standards.
"Are they someone that understands the difference between being a judge and being a politician?" In her graduate thesis, she took the idea of judicial activism to new heights, writing that it is "not necessarily wrong" for judges "to mold... the law in order to promote certain ethical values and achieve certain social ends." In each of these categories, Elena Kagan doesn't even measure up to Sen. Graham's own standards! Unfortunately for Republicans, his absurd rationalization of Kagan leaves them virtually powerless to block her on the Senate floor. By abandoning conservatives, Sen. Graham pushed Democrats across the 60-vote threshold they need to stave off any procedural challenges. And by abandoning Americans, he may have pushed the court into a bold new era of political activism."
Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010
CNN: Roland Martin, Wolf Blitzer and Mark Williams debate on Rasism in the TP movement.This entry was posted on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 at 12:22 PM and is filed under MarkTalk.com News & Commentary. Wow! Great Job Mark!
Sunday, July 18, 2010
Chris Baker interview with Whistleblower J. Christian Adams former DOJ Lawyer
Contact your congress rep and senators and inform them that they need to investigate the Department of Justice...
Friday, July 16, 2010
6 Years he has done this