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Politics

February 4, 2013

A question worth asking, and answering

Carson asks “What is the cause of Argentina’s problem with inflation?  Has the government done something to induce inflation, and is it now imposing price controls
February 8, 2013

Paul Krugman, Can Kicker

Paul Krugman thinks that, when it comes to the country’s fiscal problems—$16 ½ trillion in debt, four consecutive $1 trillion deficits, etc.—America should kick the can
February 17, 2013

Preying On Fear: Planned Parenthood’s Manipulation Of Expectant Mothers

It won’t come as any shock to readers who are a part of the pro-life movement, but the results of a survey published in the book Aborted Women: Silent No More, provide more heartbreaking evidence that abortion is only the surface “choice” of the mother, and instead the tragic endgame of a series of manipulation and lies by Planned Parenthood, along with unfortunate direction given by those a scared pregnant woman turns to for advice.
February 28, 2013

What Barack Could Learn from Benedict

This is especially true of men entrusted with great power. In the case of President Obama and soon-to-be Pope Emeritus Benedict, the contrast of the two
March 6, 2013

Who Are the American People and What Do They Want?

That question seems to have been floating in the air since last election.  This week, both sides are trying to tackle it. On the Left, a
March 8, 2013

Don’t bust my “bulble”

If progressives can credit Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI with anything, it would be in shining more of a light on environmental issues. Of course, those inheriting
March 9, 2013

Shocking! Bill Clinton changes views on marriage

Former President Bill Clinton has joined President Obama – a man whose 2008 presidential campaign Clinton once referred to as a “fairy tale” – in advocating
March 10, 2013

Something is wrong when a dictator gets more praise than a pope

Jesse Jackson secured his induction into the liberal hall of fame last week when he told attendees at Venezuelan dictator Hugo Chavez’s funeral that Chavez “fed the hungry,