Tag: "abortion"

The Boundaries of Friendship

The Boundaries of Friendship

| May 22, 2013 | Comments (1)

I tend to avoid trite, overused phrases like “boundaries” because like so many other pop culture phenomena it has almost become meaningless. We live in an age of exhibitionism, after all, where way too many people mistake fame for success, have lost all sense of shame, and demonstrate little (if any) respect for themselves and [...]

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Signs of America's Decline - Boca Raton Edition

Signs of America’s Decline – Boca Raton Edition

| April 15, 2013 | Comments (0)

I often write about my frustration with certain patriots who fail to make the connection between a strong moral foundation and financial prosperity. These are the same well-intentioned people who think political candidates and leaders should only focus on the economy while we “call a truce” on social issues. This logic is flawed for so many [...]

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On Religion, Politics and Culture - UPDATED

On Religion, Politics and Culture – UPDATED

| April 13, 2013 | Comments (0)

So some of you might have read yesterday’s Kermit Gosnell blog post and, knowing me only as the founder of Writestream, were caught off-guard. If so I can’t really blame you since the old adage, “Never discuss religion or politics” has been the silent credo of most Americans for many decades — much to our [...]

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Save the Whales, Kill the Babies, Protect the Butchers

Save the Whales, Kill the Babies, Protect the Butchers

| April 12, 2013 | Comments (2)

In spite of the Empty Chair media, Kermit Gosnell is trending on twitter. This sick, pathetic excuse for a human being is on trial in Philadelphia for the murder of seven babies at the Philadelphia Women’s Medical Society — babies who’d survived abortions only to have Gosnell and his staff viciously murder them by snipping [...]

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Lenten Meditation: Choose Life

Lenten Meditation: Choose Life

| February 14, 2013 | Comments (0)

From today’s meditation at The Word Among Us: Choose life … (Deuteronomy 30:19) The Israelites were just about to enter the Promised Land. Forty years of waiting and wandering had finally come to an end, and Moses was preparing the people for the next phase of their history: the time when God would bring them [...]

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An Hour In The Chapel

An Hour In The Chapel

| January 21, 2013 | Comments (2)

For Americans who cherish individual liberty and revere the United States Constitution, today is a Day of Mourning. While media sycophants, self-absorbed celebrities and the rest of the progressive lot celebrate Barack Obama’s inauguration — the kick-off of the final phase of his “fundamental transformation” of a once great, independent nation into just another failed [...]

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What Ails The USA Encapsulated In One Jerry Springer Episode

What Ails The USA Encapsulated In One Jerry Springer Episode

| December 21, 2012 | Comments (0)

Visiting PA for the Christmas and New Year holidays, I went out to run a few last-minute errands with my mom today. After fighting way too much traffic and crazy supermarket crowds, tired and hungry we finally stopped at a local mom-and-pop pizza place to get some lunch. I never thought I’d have a moment [...]

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Jeffrey Lord on the Culture of Violence, Abortion and Newtown

Jeffrey Lord on the Culture of Violence, Abortion and Newtown

| December 18, 2012 | Comments (0)

Jeffrey Lord has penned yet another insightful piece on the American Spectator site, in which he correlates the horrific crime in Newtown last week with the assault against innocent human life that became a “Constitutional right” in our country in 1973: What went on in Newtown, Connecticut this past Friday — what has been going [...]

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RIP American Republic

RIP American Republic

| November 8, 2012 | Comments (0)

For a variety of reasons including but not limited to now-resolved computer issues, it has taken me two days to publish my post-Election Day thoughts, although I let loose in a series of Facebook status updates in real-time the other night: Our once great Republic has crumbled. I am especially ashamed of my gender and [...]

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Attention Self-Absorbed Hollywood Divas -- You Don't Speak for Me

Attention Self-Absorbed Hollywood Divas — You Don’t Speak for Me

| October 25, 2012 | Comments (0)

Pro-life activist Jill Stanek shared this great post on Twitter today which includes a fabulous rebuttal video to the one put out by several celebrity abortion zealots. As I tweeted to Jill, the unbridled passion and enthusiasm this out-of-touch crowd demonstrates toward the killing of the unborn is more than a little unsettling. Of course, [...]

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American Women: Count Your Blessings, Then Vote Accordingly

American Women: Count Your Blessings, Then Vote Accordingly

| October 22, 2012 | Comments (2)

I’ve written before about the trials and tribulations of being a conservative female in liberal places like South Florida, a problem remedied by my recent move to the Space Coast, where more women share my views. One of the most frustrating aspects about dealing with liberal women in particular and non-political junkie independent women (who [...]

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Obama and the Abortion Zealots

Obama and the Abortion Zealots

| October 16, 2012 | Comments (0)

Yesterday, another group of wealthy, self-absorbed female celebrities released the following repugnant video: Perpetuating the myth of the Republican “war on women” while continuing to ignore the brutal oppression of women in the Middle East and refusing to acknowledge the abundance of freedom women are afforded in the USA is par for the course for [...]

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Dissembling the DNC Freak Show and the Demise of the Democrat Party

Dissembling the DNC Freak Show and the Demise of the Democrat Party

| September 7, 2012 | Comments (5)

In a conversation with my mother the other night, we talked at length about what has become of the Democrat Party — an organization that in recent years has embraced and celebrated the basest, most vile of human behavior and idolized individuals who —  if we lived in a sane society and culture — would [...]

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Taxpayer Funded Gendercide -- The Real War on Women

Taxpayer Funded Gendercide — The Real War on Women

| June 1, 2012 | Comments (0)

Once again, to those who claim there’s no correlation between social issues and fiscal responsibility I hope the fact that taxpayers are funding this brutality to the tune of $20 million will be cause for serious contemplation. As if murdering an unborn child simply for being a girl isn’t horrific enough. Where are the rights [...]

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