Pro-lifers nationwide observe the anniversary of the Supreme Court's 1973 Roe v. Wade decision every January, no matter who's in the White House and no matter which party holds a majority in Congress. Peaceful affirmation of the right to life is always in season. The next national March for Life in Washington will be Friday, January … Continue reading Plan Now for January’s March for Life
By John Ruberry For the second time in less than a month, left-wing protesters illegally blocked a major Chicago expressway, with the goal of bringing attention to gun violence in America's third-largest city. You know what? People in Chicago and its suburbs already know about the homicide epidemic. As do most people nationwide. Last year … Continue reading Chicago needs to crack down on illegal expressway-blocking protests
The right to protest is one of our most important God-given natural rights. It is enshrined in the right to assemble and the right to petition clauses of the First Amendment. We have the right to protest for whatever reasons or causes we wish to. There is only limitation placed on anyone who wishes to … Continue reading Mob Violence and Harassing Others are not Peaceable Forms of Protest
Anthony Kennedy has announced that he will step down from the U.S. Supreme Court on July 31, after 30 years of service. He assured himself a place in history two years ago, for good or ill, with the Obergefell decision. Aside from that, he earned a reputation as a swing (i.e. unpredictable) vote on various issues. One … Continue reading Justice Kennedy Leaves With a Flourish
In Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Supreme Court (thankfully) ruled in favor of Jack Phillips, the baker who declined to be forced to bake and decorate a custom cake to celebrate a same-sex wedding. The ruling was based almost completely on the documented religious hostility of the members of the Civil Rights … Continue reading Justice Kennedy’s Mystery of the Cake
In the days leading up to the adoption of the latest spending bill in Washington, my social media feeds were full of posts from a variety of pro-life groups addressing one topic: including protection of medical conscience rights in the spending bill. To anyone unfamiliar with the federal budget process, an appropriations bill would sound … Continue reading Conscience Meets Access
Update to a November 2017 post: California's attorney general is on the U.S. Supreme Court's schedule for March 20, at which time he can explain why he should be able to tell pro-life pregnancy centers to advertise for abortions. That ought to elicit some searching questions from the Justices. The case is National Institute of … Continue reading Pro-Life Speech Case Coming to SCOTUS March 20
I heard anecdotes about a man with a pro-life sign being assailed during the recent Boston demonstration/counterdemonstration, and then found that an Esquire writer tweeted a short video of the incident. (Language alert.) The guy was carrying a poster with photos of preborn human beings on the upper half of the poster, visible in the … Continue reading Thoughts on a Torn Poster
Today are being greeted by a full quote press by the MSM not only suggesting that critiquing ANTIFA thugs for committing violence is "support" for modern Nazis but obscenely we're actually seeing people who should know better equating World War 2 vets like my father who served in the Pacific, my Father-in-law who served in … Continue reading How Weak is ANTIFA’s ideology if They Can’t Out Argue Nazis?
Sgt. Angel: [Pausing from the fight] No listen wait wait wait wait wait Michael Listen. Is this what you really really want want? Michael: [Pausing to Think] Yarp. Sgt. Angel: Suit Yourself [Attacks] Hot Fuzz 2007 The Battle at Berkeley where the feared thugs of Antifa, confronted for the very first time by a foe … Continue reading It’s Antifa’s Yarp or Narp Moment….
I was shocked and revolted as I watched the rioting unfold on the UC Berkeley campus back on February 1st. Here is a link which consists of a collection of videos and tweets: Twitchy craziest protest. The sole purpose of this senseless violence was to prevent one individual, Milo Yiannopoulos, from speaking. This should not … Continue reading The dreadful state of free speech on college campuses
by baldilocks The main reason that this country is in deep trouble is that facts which used to be routinely instilled into public school students are no longer. I’m not even talking about how to use facts during the process of connecting dots with events and coming to cogent conclusions. I’m referring to the facts … Continue reading With Ignorance and No Bliss For All
by baldilocks At American Thinker, First Amendment activists Matt Patterson and Lindsey DePasse point to known history, show how to analyze it and how to draw conclusions from it. The Greek city-state of Athens had no constitutional protections for people who advocated notions radically at odds with prevailing wisdom. The result: Socrates was put to … Continue reading More About the Unknown
What else can one conclude when you see this Twitter confirmed it has permanently banned Breitbart Tech editor and alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos for allegedly violating its “hateful conduct policy”. The contretemps has been brewing all week, as Milo engaged in a barbed to and fro with embattled Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones over her Twitter … Continue reading Apparently @Twitter @safety believes #feminists are weak fragile women
A few days ago after he was banned from Twitter but before his @sextroubleaccount I talked to RS McCain about what his going on with him. We talked about the possibility that this was part of an election year strategy: "Now you've seen how this shadow banning where search results are being suppressed. It looks … Continue reading Exclusive: Two Interviews with RSMcCain on #freestacy DOS Attacks & #DripDripDrip