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A Line Has Been Crossed: It’s Time to Sound the Alarm on Religious Liberty

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From Eric Metaxas: Last week I told you that Houston’s Mayor, Annise Parker, demanded to see the sermons of a group of five pastors and threatened them with a subpoena. Why? Because the pastors had objected to a new so-called “equal rights” ordinance that would allow self-identified “transgendered” men to use women’s restrooms. That’s an… Read More

Why I Oppose Barack Obama

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Another great list from John Hawkins: We keep hearing from liberals that people who oppose Barack Obama MUST feel that way because of racism. As if there couldn’t be another reason or for that matter, dozens of other reasons like… · The IRS scandal · Obamacare · Fast and Furious · Opening up the borders… Read More

Who Are the Racists: Conservatives or Liberals?

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A video from Prager University — Course Description: To call someone a racist is a serious charge. A racist is someone who believes that one person is superior (or inferior) to another person simply based on their skin color. It’s a belief that is both foolish and stupid. But conservatives are accused by progressives of… Read More

What Rauner wants you to ignore in the Chicago Sun-Times scandal

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From Doug Ibendahl at Republican News Watch: Ongoing revelations about Bruce Rauner’s shady business practices are having a devastating impact on the challenger’s poll numbers which are sinking faster than that barge in the Chicago River last week. The truth became the first casualty as Rauner desperately tries to keep his entire campaign from going… Read More

Did Rauner camp interfere with this Sun-Times reporter’s job?

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From Crain’s Chicago Business: A Chicago Sun-Times reporter hired former federal prosecutor Patrick Collins to investigate whether the campaign of Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner tried to interfere with his employment after the newspaper ran a story unfavorable to the politician. Mr. Collins said in an interview with Crain’s that the Rauner campaign attempted to… Read More

Mike Huckabee Wants to Send a Message to Houston Mayor With ‘Thousands’ of Sermons, Bibles

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The Video below is from the Fox News Channel show “Huckabee” and this text is from the Daily Signal: Former Gov. Mike Huckabee is calling on “every pastor in America” to send their sermons to Annise D. Parker, the Houston mayor who is under fire for demanding pastors hand over their sermons to the government. Huckabee… Read More

New Quinn ad hits Rauner on nursing homes

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Here is the script of the video below courtesy of CapitolFax.com: There are few things more terrifying than an elderly person alone and defenseless in a nursing home, being victimized by abuse. An investigation into Bruce Rauner’s nursing home business uncovered staff cutbacks to maximize profits. Juries found that helpless seniors had died of neglect… Read More

‘LGBT': The ‘T’ is for Tyranny

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By Matt Barber: Tranny tyranny. Strike that. “LGBT” tyranny. Lesbian, gay, bisexual tyranny. That, generally speaking, is what’s on display in Houston right now. But trust me: Unlike Vegas, what happens in Houston will, most definitely, not stay in Houston – not if Democrats continue to have their way. Houstonians elected themselves, as mayor, an… Read More


Discovering government intimidation in Houston

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From the Heritage Foundation’s InsiderOnline: What’s going on in Houston, where the city this week subpoenaed the sermons and other private papers of a group of pastors? The background, from Andrew Kloster: When the Houston City Council passed an ordinance that some claim would allow men into women’s restrooms, and vice-versa, voters got mad. Many… Read More

What Should Conservatives Learn from Frederick Douglass

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From Laurie Higgins at Illinois Family Action: Several days ago, I left a comment on the Illinois Review website following a story about a full-page open letter/ad in the Chicago Tribune promoting Bruce Rauner’s “pro-choice” position, which was signed by Mark Kirk and paid for in part by Diana Rauner. I used a metaphor to describe… Read More