A Shrinking Obama
By Gary L. Bauer
Is that all there is? Watching Obama deliver the State of the Union last night (with precautionary blood pressure medication at my side) I was struck by how diminished the “hope and change” President has become. Long gone is the candidate who told his supporters, “We are the ones we have been waiting for.” Nowhere to be seen was the man who said his election would result in the “earth healing” and the “oceans stopping their rise.” Instead we got an hour of low expectations, distorted facts, divisive class warfare all wrapped up in the hope that the public has collective amnesia about what actually happened in the last three years while Obama was in charge.
Unconstitutional Recess Appointments
By Phyllis Schlafly
Barack Obama’s latest unconstitutional action is his attempt to make four so-called recess appointments to high-level, well-paying jobs in the federal bureaucracy when the Senate was NOT in recess. He appointed three people to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), plus Richard Cordray to head the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau even though the Senate had declined to confirm his nomination.
Conservatives, Gingrich, and Grace – Redemption Song?
Posted by Aaron Gardner
With Speaker Gingrich having won South Carolina, and now polling ahead of Gov. Romney in Florida and nationally, there is one question that keeps popping up. What is it about Newt Gingrich that conservatives voters find appealing?
Florida Debate Post Mortem
By Gary L. Bauer
Last night’s GOP debate in Florida left many feeling flat. The audience was disengaged and appeared uninterested. Worse, the debate began with Gingrich and Romney sniping at one another, while Santorum and Paul were ignored for ten minutes.
Obama’s War on the Catholic Church and Christians – Why We March in Pro Life Rallies
By Red Sonja
Obama and his henchman have declared WAR on the Catholic Church, and in so doing attack Christians throughout our nation. Our Judeo-Christian freedom of religion is fading fast.
A Family Of ‘Boots For Newt’ Hits The Ground In South Carolina
Sometimes it takes a family (a Lubbock home school family) to campaign for a presidential candidate, and that’s just what Melissa Block, co-host of NPR’s All Things Considered, discovered while in South Carolina this week ahead of the state’s Saturday primary.