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Women’s Confidence Gap4/24/2014

Journalists Claire Shipman (wife of Presidential Press Secretary Jay Carney, senior national correspondent for ABC’s Good Morning America, and regular contributor to This Week with George Stephanopoulos) and Katty Kay (anchor for BBC World News America) have a new book, The Confidence Code: The Science and Art of Self-Assurance — What Women Should Know  READ MORE

Unmarried Women are Key to 2014 Election Results4/17/2014

Stanley Greenberg’s latest article on the Politico website reveals the importance of unmarried women to election outcomes. What is of special interest is that the priorities for unmarried women, as shown in Greenberg’s polls, correspond with amazing accuracy with the radical left agenda.  READ MORE

Florida “Safe Harbor” Law Facing Problems4/1/2014

“Safe harbor” laws in relation to minors found in prostitution are in vogue. Several states have passed them, no two created equal. Some states decriminalize prostitution for minors — meaning selling sex is no longer a crime for minors to engage in, but it is still a crime for others to buy sex from them […]  READ MORE

General ‘Unconditional Surrender’ Grant3/28/2014

As Americans fight to preserve religious liberty and freedom of speech, it’s important to review the costs of maintaining these United States of America as one Union.  READ MORE

The Study Bible for Women: A New, Wonderful Resource3/14/2014

I just received my copy of the Study Bible for Women, published by the B&H Publishing Group. Dorothy Kelley Patterson served as the General Editor of what is being called the “most comprehensive ever” Study Bible. The publisher notes, significantly, that the Study Bible was prepared “by women and for women” — all of whom […]  READ MORE

Should We Hate, Revile, Persecute — and Threaten — Those with Whom We Disagree?2/26/2014

Last week, I was called by a reporter who said he wanted to interview me about President Obama’s statement that “homosexuality is a human right.”  He said that the president’s recent comments about the situation in Uganda elevated homosexuality to the level of a “human right” or a “universal fundamental freedom.”  My remarks were simply […]  READ MORE

Valentine’s Day Lessons from ‘The Bachelor’ Wedding2/14/2014

Since Valentine’s Day this year comes on a Friday, I’m reminded of the country music hit, “Friday Night,” which states emphatically that routine “Monday morning” love is not enough; Love has to “set you free,” and “take you high.” Lovers want to be “barefoot in the moonlight” and on a “wide open road in a […]  READ MORE

Guttmacher Report Shows Abortions Declining2/4/2014

The Guttmacher Institute’s just-released abortion report –– “Abortion Incidence and Service Availability in the United States, 2011” –– is good news for the pro-life community. The abortion rate (abortions per 1,000 women) dropped to 16.9 in 2011 – the lowest rate since 1973 In 2011 the number dropped to 1.06 million abortions –– 43,000 fewer […]  READ MORE

New Jersey “Safe Harbor” Law Provides a Lesson in Unintended Consequences1/30/2014

Imagine you are a sexual predator arriving for Super Bowl XLVII at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey and finding out it is now legal for minors to sell sex or to sell someone else for sex to a third party. This would be a dream come true for pimps, traffickers, and johns. If the Super […]  READ MORE

Whose Consciences and Constitutional Rights Should the Government Violate Next?1/13/2014

Many of you have heard about the Little Sisters of the Poor, a group of nuns providing care for the elderly, who are now taking on the Obama Administration over the Affordable Care Act’s (ObamaCare) contraception mandate. Religious exemptions from the ObamaCare contraception mandate are often made for government-approved entities, but the Obama Administration has […]  READ MORE

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