Why Government Is In The Marriage Business

Bridegroom This is a response to a debate at Sound Politics over the question, “Should Government Be In The Marriage Business?

The reason government is “in the marriage business” in the first place is to protect children who naturally proceed from traditional marriage, as well as to protect women. It used to be a given that it was a duty of men to protect women and children.

Radical feminism Continue reading

Rehab? Ann Coulter, CPAC and Pro-Abort Enablers

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Ann Coulter and CPAC both need rehab, and not for Ann’s pejorative term for John Edwards, or for CPAC’s continuation to invite her as guest speaker. The proper response to her use of that term is debatable, and the fuss over it is a distraction from her real problems as well as the real problems at CPAC and the conservative movement as a whole: a serious case of co-dependency and enabling pro-abortion Republicans.

CPAC is considered to be the “pulse” or “thermometer” of the conservative movement. That’s why every Republican presidential candidate was there to address the crowd. There were signs all over that the crowd there Continue reading

Tom Tancredo’s Speech to CPAC

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To view the video click here. Below is the condensed version in text.

I a€™m simply troubled, and maybe you are too, by this recent influx of hyphenated conservatives. Neo-conservatives over here. Paleo-conservatives over there. Compassionate conservatives out in the hallway, and the latest nonsense—commonsense conservatives.

Now I am glad to see that at least today, €”March 2, 2007 €”everybody running for the top office is some kind of conservative.

But for those of us who have been unhyphenated conservatives since before Al Gore invented the Internet, Continue reading

Tom Tancredo’s Speech to CPAC

Tomtancredo_4
To view the video click here. Below is the condensed version in text.

I a€™m simply troubled, and maybe you are too, by this recent influx of hyphenated conservatives. Neo-conservatives over here. Paleo-conservatives over there. Compassionate conservatives out in the hallway, and the latest nonsense—commonsense conservatives.

Now I am glad to see that at least today, €”March 2, 2007 €”everybody running for the top office is some kind of conservative.

But for those of us who have been unhyphenated conservatives since before Al Gore invented the Internet, Continue reading

Abortion After ‘Failed Conception’?

More vitriol from Republicans for Choice. This time, aiming at pro-life physicians.

RFC is committed to pushing for legislation that will force Doctors and Pharmacists to tell their customers and patients, from the start, if they oppose
Family planning and Abortion.

I thought they said they wanted “less intrusive government.”

Then there’s this interesting statement:

In our opinion, it is unconscionable for these professionals to mislead their customers and patients until they really need help. It is also horrifying that 52% of those physicans surveyed in a recent poll were against helping women
with abortions after failed conception.

Abortion After ‘Failed Conception’?

More vitriol from Republicans for Choice. This time, aiming at pro-life physicians.

RFC is committed to pushing for legislation that will force Doctors and Pharmacists to tell their customers and patients, from the start, if they oppose
Family planning and Abortion.

I thought they said they wanted “less intrusive government.”

Then there’s this interesting statement:

In our opinion, it is unconscionable for these professionals to mislead their customers and patients until they really need help. It is also horrifying that 52% of those physicans surveyed in a recent poll were against helping women
with abortions after failed conception.