A doctor whose oath is "to do no harm" stands by while a child screams for life, and does nothing; a media that refuses to report on the atrocities; a President who celebrates an organization that prides itself on providing millions of abortions; and a society that is silent, accepting laws that allow for infants to have their bodies dismembered while in the womb, and doesn’t call this murder.
20-May-2013 | By Bob Beauprez, Editor-in-Chief
We're living in a time when freedom is again being assaulted. Not just by foreign threats, but by an increasingly tyrannical central government.
20-May-2013 | By Lawrence J. Fedewa, Contributing Editor
In our current democracy, all religions can do is try to persuade people to do the right thing as they perceive it. Secularists want the State to force people to do their bidding, whether or not they believe it to be the right thing. There is a big difference between coercion and persuasion.
20-May-2013 | By Brian Anderson, Contributing Editor
Laws that protect individual freedom are legitimate. As such, the only valid form of government is one that protects individual rights. This is a concept that Feinstein and the Left fail to grasp because their mentality is one of control to implement their agenda.
20-May-2013 | By Kelly Victory, M.D., Contributing Editor
When physicians fail to profile, identify and act on lesions that are well known to be risks for cancer, it’s called “malpractice”. What shall we call it when our government does the same?
20-May-2013 | By William Moloney, Contributing Editor
Though there were over a million more eligible white voters in 2012 than 2008, their vote totals fell by more than 2 million. As shown by demographer William Frey of the Brookings Institution if voter turnout rates among blacks and whites had been the same as 2004 Mitt Romney would be President.
20-May-2013 | By Krista Kafer, Contributing Editor
The ends and means of the indoctrination are quite different than education…. Brainwashing has no place in the classroom. Teachers and principals, the adults in the room, should know the difference.
20-May-2013 | By Sanjai Bhagat, Ph. D., Contributing Editor
If business uncertainty were to revert to levels that were observed in pre-recession 2005, corporate employment would increase by about 3.35 million jobs.
20-May-2013 | By Kelly Sloan, Contributing Editor
Meeting the market demand for certain classes of labor ought not, however, to be intrinsically at odds with ensuring that that the system permitting entry of those laborers does not also permit the entry of people intent on placing explosives in populated areas.
20-May-2013 | By James R. Edwards, Contributing Editor
No one can defend health care fraud. And the government does its duty to ferret out fraud in its health programs. But there is enough actual defrauding of payers in health care without the government clouding the issue.
15-Apr-2013 | By Bob Beauprez, Editor-in-Chief
There's a word for taking something that someone else has earned – stealing….But, how different is it to deny someone the opportunity to earn what they otherwise might; to destroy or limit their chance to succeed? That is the plight of an entire generation of young Americans – and, it is just as wrong.