A judge in Alaska has given a back-handed slap to those standing up for life in his state, by letting stand a law, passed by a vote of the people, requiring abortionists to notify parents if their daughter comes to them for the procedure � but by gutting the law of any prison time or penalties if they neglect to follow the law.
Equating homosexual �rights� with the nation�s long and painful struggle for racial equality, former President Jimmy Carter said that it is just a matter of time before America elects a homosexual President.
There is bad news and good news in the front offices of the rock �n' roll franchise known as Bon Jovi. The bad news is that the band failed to make the cut for this year�s Rock Hall of Fame inductees. The good news is that the band�s front man, Jon Bon Jovi, was named by President Obama to the White House Council for Community Solutions, a group of influential individuals from differing walks of life who essentially help think up ways to spend tax dollars on mostly wasteful social programs.
Recently released transcripts from the Nixon White House tapes show President Richard Nixon had a penchant for racist, anti-Semitic, and other prejudicial remarks. Recorded between February and March 1973 and recently released along with thousands of pages of previously classified materials from the Nixon administration, the tapes show a President who harbored pronounced stereotypes about blacks, Jews, and other ethnic minorities.
As a lame-duck Congress winds down and a small army of Democratic legislators prepare to vacate their offices in Washington, U.S. Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev.) is quietly pushing a bill that would legalize online gambling.
FCC commissioner Michael Copps said the state of television news in America is in an �hour of grave peril,� telling the Betty Kay of the BBC�s World News America that TV is not �producing the body of news and information that democracy needs to conduct its civic dialogue.� In fact, warns, Copps, because of this lack the current state of public discussion could be putting the nation�s �democracy� in serious jeopardy.
The Illinois legislature has passed a bill legalizing civil unions in the state, including homosexual partnerships. When Democratic Governor Pat Quinn signs the bill, which he indicated he would do early next year, the law will make Illinois one of the few states granting rights to same-sex partners, and will push the state closer to legalizing homosexual �marriage.� Quinn called the measure a �landmark law� that will become �the law of the land of Lincoln in the coming year.� The statute is set to go into effect in June 2011.
A July 20 article posted on DailyCaller.com, a neoconservative political commentary website, has put a spotlight on one of the worst-kept secrets in mainstream journalism: liberal media bias.
A mid-July survey from the Gallup polling agency found that the nation’s flagging economy, rising unemployment, and intrusive government top the list of issues on the minds of Americans this summer.
A recent report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the investigative and auditing arm of the U.S. Congress, has revealed that between 2002 and 2009 over $1 billion in federal funds were given to organizations that promote and perform abortions.