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Over the last few weeks, there has been a firestorm of controversy about guns in the USA. Now let's just forget about the Second Amendment for now.
On Saturday afternoon, Oct. 17, approximately 10,000 people attended the "We Stand With God" rally on the Halifax Mall behind North Carolina's legislative building.
Over the last few weeks, there has been a firestorm of controversy about guns in the USA. Now let's just forget about the Second Amendment for now.
A series of undercover videos from a pro-life group have rocked Planned Parenthood -- and the national debate over abortion.
There are two sets of videos that are fully representative of today's Democrat Party making their appointed rounds, and, remarkably, at their core, well represents what it means to suffer from the condition known as Liberal
Today, Congressman Walter B. Jones (NC-3) continued his long-standing fight against taxpayer-funded abortion by voting for H.R. 3495, the Women's Public Health and Safety Act.
It is beyond argument that the left long ago decided that abortion on demand was a key part of the liberal catechism. It's become the metric by which they measure all politicians.
A video showing a Planned Parenthood employee purportedly negotiating to sell body parts of dead babies is dominating the news right now.
In Hobby Lobby, the Court ruled that the Obamacare law and its related regulations cannot compel closely held or family-owned companies from providing certain kinds of contraceptive coverage if doing so violates the owners' religious beliefs.
On the Anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we take stock of how the high court has repeatedly twisted the Constitution to undermine family values and to negate the benefits of federalism.
This week's Bad Bill of the Week involves state legislators trying yet again to interject themselves into the voluntary association between employee and employer.
Tim D'Annunzio made a shocking admission during a Saturday candidate forum: If he defeated Sean Haugh and won the Libertarian Party nomination for U.S. Senate, and Gregg Brannon got the Republican nod, he would not want to split the vote in the general election and allow Democratic incumbent Kay Hag
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