"It's always safer in politics to avoid risk — to just go along with the status quo," says former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin.
Of course, Palin is in full support of conservatives who take risks and object to the status quo … except when it comes to the risk-takers who are opposing the presumptive nomination of Donald Trump.
One would expect the beloved Tea Party grizzly mom to salute citizens who are willing to stand against the majority. However, today, at her keynote speech at the Western Conservative Summit, Palin spoke against anyone who would oppose the nomination of Trump, declaring, "We're going to take our country back, and you're either with us or you're against us." more >>
Monday's Supreme Court ruling on Texas's abortion law was a setback for the pro-life cause. But not as big of a setback as some would have you believe.
Monday, the Supreme Court, by a 5-3 vote, struck down Texas's House Bill 2, which required, among other things, a physician performing an abortion to have admitting privileges in a hospital within thirty miles of where the procedure is performed.
It also required that "the minimum standards for an abortion facility be equivalent to the minimum standards … for ambulatory surgical centers." more >>
Some in the Golden State say Christian schools have a license to discriminate. Actually, the opposite may be true.
Earlier this year my BreakPoint colleague, John Stonestreet, told you that the U. S. Department of Education, under pressure from LGBT groups such as the Human Rights Campaign, agreed to create a public, searchable database of Christian colleges and universities that obtained Title IX waivers based on claims of religious freedom.
John and others called it a "Christian college hit list" because it will allow LGBT activists to target Christian colleges for harassment and possible legal challenges. Sen. Ron Wyden and several other Democrats in the Senate say the waivers "allow for discrimination under the guise of religious liberty." more >>
Jesus Christ would vote for presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump if he was an American voter, according to actor Kevin Sorbo.
Earlier this week the celebrity gossip site TMZ posted an interview with Sorbo wherein he was asked who he believed Jesus would support in the upcoming presidential election.
One is an American who through intense controversy became the presumptive presidential nominee for the Republican Party. The other is an Englishman who led the cause to have the United Kingdom leave the European Union.
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Many leaders of big business support Hillary Clinton. Last week she announced a list of 56 corporate backers. No wonder Bernie Sanders is still running against her.
Hillary Clinton always has attracted well-connected business supporters. Even before she ran for office. Remember the lucrative cattle trades when she was Arkansas first lady? That came from a local businessman who knew how important it was to have friends in the governor's mansion.
Bill Clinton had plenty of business support when he ran for president. As New York senator she was quite friendly with Wall Street — a relationship that continued afterwards, with her being paid queenly sums for talks which probably did not emphasize how she was fighting for the common man and woman. While secretary of state corporate behemoths were generous with donations to her family foundation. more >>