Category Archives: Federal Government

A Congressman Publicizes His Incompetence


Rep Sam Johnson does not understand religious liberty, oaths of office, or the Constitution.
Here’s what he did to prove it… Continue reading

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Catholic Bishops’ Contraception Coverage Argument Ridiculed By Pacifist


“Nothing is more certain than the indispensa­ble necessity of government­, and it is equally undeniable­, that whenever and however it is instituted­, the people must cede to it some of their natural rights in order to vest it with requisite … Continue reading

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How many gays does it take to change a mind?


I watched Rep. Steve Simon on the Minn. House floor the other day, and I was impressed. All the DFLers were posing excellent questions that the republicans persistently evaded – even complaining that they keep getting the same questions. I … Continue reading

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Kline to push for controversial religious school vouchers


Most of the per-student money is not coming from their money, it is coming from OUR money – the other taxpayers Continue reading

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Iowa ousts three Supreme Court justices, sets stage for push to overturn gay marriage


While removal of a judge from the bench is an important part of the checks and balances of our government, it is intended as a redress of judicial misbehavior, not for partisan manipulation of the courts. Continue reading

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Embracing partisanship, judge candidates weigh in on abortion, God in courts


So begins a tale of religious corruption of the judiciary. Continue reading

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