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Defending the House GOP Agenda

Published on March 12, 2017 By sirrahc

As a political conservative, I have been waiting for quite awhile for the time when our leaders and representatives in the U.S. federal government would start chopping away at some of the unneeded and unwanted federal bureaucracy and regulatory restrictions and other laws that are a blight on our nation. From what I have seen […]

Why the Left Should Be Pro-Life

Published on November 15, 2015 By sirrahc

“Secularists, for various reasons, have a notoriously low birth rate by comparison to their more religious neighbors. And, according to Darwinistic expectations, strong populations will inevitably multiply, dominating smaller, weaker ones. By failing to produce offspring, Secular society will eventually be judged and found wanting by its own dogmatics.”  — Wes Walker, writer With my […]

Pro-Life, Pro-Choice, Pro-Abortion: A Matter of Definition

Published on June 21, 2011 By sirrahc

Words are important. In his guest-post the other day, my friend Todd expressed his frustration with various commentators — one in particular — misusing the term “isolationist/ism” in a way that mischaracterizes what some people actually stand for. It’s a valid concern. Anyone who participates in or watches/listens to enough debates will tell you it’s […]

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