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Thoughts on Diane Sawyer's Interview w/ Bruce Jenner

Really just bumping up against the fact that he thinks being a Republican = “believing in the Constitution.”

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How Candidates Stood Out at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Event

WAUKEE, Iowa — A metro church packed in hundreds of Christians, conservatives  and a handful of politicians.

On Saturday, nine prominent politicians spoke at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition at Point of Grace Church in Waukee. 204 more words

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God and The Entitled Republican

I am getting pretty tired of this line of talk. God did not write anything. HE didn’t even write his ten commandments, Moses did. God did not write The Declaration of Independence nor did he pen The United States Constitution. 440 more words

Don't Feed the Lizards

As Pastor Chuck Baldwin explains in this week’s column, “anyone who would want to see a Jeb Bush vs. Hillary Clinton presidential race in 2016 has a death wish for America.” On the grounds of Biblical worldview, strict Constitutional limits and principles of liberty, either of these media proclaimed front-runners represent “The Worst of Evils,” according to Pastor Baldwin. 230 more words

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This Week in Missouri Politics - April 26, 2015

Gubernatorial candidate and former speaker of the Missouri House Catherine Hanaway joins us as This Week’s guest, while Ryan Johnson (Missouri Alliance for Freedon – President), Rep. 23 more words

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Bruce Jenner Comes Out as... a Republican

And a Christian too.

Good for him…

Bruce Jenner: ‘I’m A Republican And A Christian’

After months of speculation that he was transitioning into a woman, Bruce Jenner confirmed the news in an interview with Diane Sawyer that aired on ABC Friday night, clarifying that he is also a Republican and a Christian.

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The Week in Review at College Insurrection

It was Trigger Warnings Week at College Insurrection.

Cross posted at Legal Insurrection…

You may have heard that Christina Hoff Sommers recently spoke at Georgetown and Oberlin. 337 more words

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