The Illinois Race for Governor and Cultural Marxism


The choice for governor in Illinois, as a friend of mine put it, looks more like the Democratic Party primary than it does the general election. On one side we have the incumbent Pat Quinn, who is just what you’d expect from a Democrat in Illinois. On the other side we have Bruce Rauner, a… Read More

Bruce and Diana Rauner Poke Conservatives — Repeatedly


From Laurie Higgins at It’s not enough for Bruce Rauner to hold liberal views on the evasively-called “social issues.” No siree. In his grasping for votes, Mr. “No-Social-Agenda/Pro-Abortion” Rauner is once again sticking it to social conservatives. His vote-getting tool is his uber-liberal wife Diana Rauner. NBC-5 News in Chicago aired an interview with… Read More

Americans Concerned about Declining Influence of Religion

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From Star Parker: A new Pew Research Center survey of opinion about the importance of religion in American life shows an interesting picture. Over the last 12 years, the percentage of Americans that think religion is losing influence in American life has increased dramatically. In 2002, 52 percent of those surveyed said religion is losing… Read More

Double Standard for Barack Obama and Dinesh D’Souza

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And this should surprise no one. From William A. Levinson at American Thinker: In Shakespeare’s King Henry V, the king must decide the fate of a drunken soldier who berated him in public: lèse-majesté, a crime technically punishable by death. Henry decides to pardon him despite the sanctimonious pleas of three traitors to execute him,… Read More

A Lesbian’s Eyes Opened: ‘You Don’t Hate Us!’


By Matt Barber — “Projections have shown that if current trends continue, half of all gay and bisexual men will be HIV-positive by age 50.” – The Wall Street Journal, Sept. 25, 2014 This jaw-dropping revelation is based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest assessment of the homosexual lifestyle. The WSJ report… Read More

Bono: ‘I Give Thanks Just for the Sanity of Billy Graham’

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By Michael W. Chapman at CNS News: U2 frontman, investor, and philanthropist Bono, who isn’t shy about discussing his Christian faith, wrote a poem in honor of evangelist preacher Billy Graham that describes Bono’s relationship with Jesus as a  “journey from Father to friend,” and how he learned of this through “the voice of a… Read More

Hilarious Video: 10 Reasons She’s NOT A Democrat

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An excellent and entertaining video via By George, I think she’s got it — check out this hilarious video of a recovering liberal, now conservative, stating her Top Ten Reasons why she’s no longer a Democrat. One thing is for certain, the younger generation in America is starting to realize that hopey changey thing… Read More

10 Ways Conservatives Can Appeal to Hispanics (Without Becoming More Liberal)

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This is from Mike Gonzalez at the Daily Signal — his introduction and then his list without the supporting materials under each of the ten: Far too many conservatives have grown pessimistic about the prospect of Hispanics ever agreeing with their policy prescriptions. Others have erred in the opposite direction, suggesting that only shifts in… Read More

What bias? Second justice on high court performs same-sex ‘wedding’


From OneNewsNow: Another U.S. Supreme Court justice has prompted a call to recuse herself if the court is asked to determine the constitutionality of state marriage laws and amendments. Justice Elena Kagan recently performed a homosexual “marriage” ceremony, joining Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who has performed five of them. Matt Barber, a constitutional attorney and… Read More

Responding to the Critics of My ‘Vote-for-Pat-Quinn’ Strategy


Here is an extended excerpt from a Laurie Higgins post at that is a must-read: [Editor's note: Laurie Higgins' article, Electoral Nose-Holding v. Sabotage, was also posted at an Illinois blog where the critics filled the comments section. Here is Higgins' excellent and thorough response.] Illinois Review published a commentary by this writer regarding… Read More