Jill Stanek. “In reality, Komen has alienated both ends of the ideological spectrum now.”
Hot Air. A crass discussion of the issue in terms of political costs and benefits.
Go Upstate. “After eight years of fighting, proponents of helping parents send their children to private schools won approval Wednesday in the South Carolina House.”
LA Times. “Kennedy said it would be an ‘extreme proposition’ to allow the various insurance regulations to stand after the mandate was struck down.” But “Ginsburg said the court should do a ‘salvage job’ not undertake a ‘wrecking operation.’”
Politico. “What happened to the Eighth Amendment? You really want us to go through these 2,700 pages?”
PPP. “Rick Santorum is the strongest Presidential candidate in Nebraska- for both the primary and general elections.”
HSLDA. A tale of false claims and abuse of power.
New American. Swedish diplomat defends draconian actions under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
HSLDA. Can deputies threaten a family into “voluntarily” permitting a police search?
HSLDA. “A bill that was destined to pass, and would have given the government authority over the education content of every child in Alberta, including homeschoolers and private school students, was defeated Monday.”
Politico. “Newt Gingrich is cutting back his campaign schedule, will lay off about a third of his cash-strapped campaign’s full-time staff, and has replaced his manager”.
Operation Rescue. “The Texas Medical Board has scheduled five more abortionists to appear at Informal Show Compliance and Settlement Conferences”.
Washington Post. Is that significant? or not so much?
Caffeinated Thoughts. “That a Sunday School teacher of such tenure would still exhibit such woefully inadequate interpretation of Scritpure should have been a clue to Zondervan to pass on this project.”
Operation Rescue. “The Maryland Board of Physicians has refused to allow abortionist Nicola Irene Riley to surrender her Maryland medical license “on several occasions” in order to avoid discipline for her part in Steven Chase Brigham’s illegal late-term abortion scheme”.
WND. The movie “presents some interesting questions about the consolidation of power under a central government.”
Western Center. Sheriff Joe Arpaio will present “preliminary findings and updates to the investigation of the Selective Service System Registration form and Certificate of Live Birth for President Barack H. Obama II.”
NY Post. “Picture the Homeless, a Bronx nonprofit that has received at least $240,000 in taxpayer money in the last five years, is giving a crash course on squatting — and city-owned buildings are a prime target.”
Green Mountain Scribes. “Operation Rescue is mailing appeals to abortion clinic workers asking them to come forward with information about abortion abuses”; offers $25,000 reward.
Common Sense. The approval of only a section is a publicity stunt.
Caffeinated Thoughts. Romney’s “record shows that he is a political chameleon.”
Christian Post. ADF’s Cortman: “Christian student groups from coast to coast are being told that it is supposed ‘discrimination’ to choose leaders who share their religious beliefs.”
NY Post. “The Bloomberg administration is now taking the term “food police” to new depths, blocking food donations to all government-run facilities that serve the city’s homeless.”
WUWT. “Arctic Sea Ice on the rise again, presently in the range of normal levels; Antarctic Sea Ice is at slightly above normal levels”
Creators.com. “During the primary season, people should vote for whomever they prefer, on their own merits, not because pundits have pronounced them inevitable.”
Texas Right to Life. “They formed a committee under Texas law, which is essentially the same death panel laws found in Obamacare, to decide whether Willie should continue living in their hospital.”
Bluegrass Pundit. “8 of the 10 Worst Built Cars For 2012 in America are made by either GM or Chrysler”.
WND. ACT! for America Education finds that history of 9/11 “was rewritten in our school textbooks.”
Caffeinated Thoughts. “While this is a much better bill that the original, especially for nonpublic schools, it still expands the power of state government and erodes local control.”
WND. Paul’s tricksy attempt at gaining delegates may have been illegally blocked.
Tree of Mamre. Romney’s poor showing with conservatives make it unlikely he could win against Obama.
Politico. “tax and spending policies will yield $6.4 trillion in deficits over the next decade”.
Christian Post. Perry: “It is unconscionable that the Obama administration has essentially told Texas it will send our tax dollars back to fund this program only if we violate state law and include its pro-abortion allies.”
SPUC. Gay agenda in UK promises religious freedoms will be protected. A look at historical promises.
Tree of Mamre. Scotus opines that evangelicals are not primarily bothered by Romney’s Mormonism; they dislike Romney’s social liberalism. Same for the Paul’s.
Wintery Knight. “This data is no surprise to supply siders – we expect this because of past experience with tax cuts.”
Christian Post. “Former clinic director turned pro-life activist Abby Johnson is accusing Planned Parenthood of committing Medicaid fraud”.
Conservative Reader. “Wind turbines don’t increase the standard of living; in fact they seem to make energy more expensive.”
New American. Latin America may be abandoning the US-led “War on Drugs”.
New American. A number of factors make wind energy not very “green”.
Tree of Mamre. “What really gets people upset is the chart at the top of the post”–Obama’s own chart.
Lonely Conservative. “Wow, who knew socialism doesn’t work?”
New American. Why did Daylight Saving Time start? Is it a good idea today?
SC Now. “A new plan that would give South Carolina parents help paying for private school or homeschool is on its way to the full House floor.”
Desert News. Liberals argue for and against public schools: freedom for children or helping the achievement of less privileged classmates?