Welcome to the new year. So this is what life after the end of the world looks like. Who knew? 2012 was certainly a year of ups and downs, and plenty of the latter. It’s no secret that the elections didn’t turn out the way I wanted to see them go and I do believe [...]
In Mississippi a law was passed stating that operators of clinics that perform abortions must have doctors that are licensed OB-GYN’s and that those doctors have admission privileges at local hospitals. The reason for that should be obvious – if something goes wrong during one of their office procedures, they need to be able to [...]
“Then, as they were afraid and bowed their faces to the earth, they said to them, ‘Why do you see the living among the dead?’” Happy Easter, my friends.
This is a great vid. Thanks to Tina Korbe at HotAir for bringing it to my attention!
That’s uanimous, folks: The Supreme Court has rejected the Obama administration’s argument that it can dictate who churches hire as ministers or clergy in Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The Obama administration unsuccessfully argued that the government can dictate who churches hire, as long as it also subjects secular [...]
In 2010 the voters of Oklahoma were presented with a proposed amendment to their state constitution that would ban all state courts from using international or cultural laws to arrive at rulings in cases before them. A US District court has now ruled that this amendment violated the US Constitution’s 1st Amendment protections: An amendment [...]
Regardless of what events a day may bring, life does go on. On this election day, so full of the buzz of enthusiasm for our side of the aisle, the events of a life went on and, sadly, played out the final moments. From Gov. Bob McDonnell’s site, we learn that his father, Col. Jack [...]
With a headline like, “Parents Sue Catholic School for Denying Admission to Their Unvaccinated Son” you just have to click that link and read what’s up. Interestingly, the headline pretty well sums up the story: A New York couple is suing a Catholic high school for refusing to grant a religious exemption that would allow [...]
Apparently a survey was taken asking a sample of Americans what religion Obama belongs to and 18% said he was a Muslim. Apparently those people don’t recall Obama’s membership in Rev. Jerimiah Wright’s Trinity United Church up in Chicago, a church of a most certainly Christian bend. (Although given what I’ve seen of Rev. Wright’s [...]
After years of Christmas displays being set up with nary a complaint on the courthouse grounds in Leesburg, VA, last year’s display came under attack by people who apparently can’t abide the thought of someone believing something they don’t strongly enough to want to display something for a nationally-known holiday. In short, some person demanded [...]