Thursday, November 4, 2010

Brookfield Church Votes to Leave ELCA Over Social Justice and Gay Clergy



Soros Vote Counters

George Soros said he was staying out of the 2010 elections. It appears he wasn't exactly telling the truth. After helping Al Franken steal a U.S. Senate seat in 2008, Soros's ultra-wealthy buddies in the Democracy Alliance, a billionaires' club that funds left-wing political infrastructure, are spending money to level the playing field for vote fraudsters. (Soros is also funding an effort to take away democratic elections for state supreme courts, as John Gizzi notes in a new Capital Research Center paper.)

Their money is flowing to secretary of state candidates directly and to the Secretary of State Project, a "527" political committee that can accept unlimited financial contributions that it doesn't have to disclose publicly until after the election. The SoS Project, which has raised at least $170,836 in this election cycle, is an officially approved Democracy Alliance grantee. Not surprisingly, members of the Alliance are opening their wallets to help secretary of state candidates across America endorsed by the SoS Project.

The purpose of the SoS Project is to destroy the remaining vestiges of electoral integrity. The group endorses left-wing, Democratic secretary of state candidates who have no respect for clean, honest elections.


Feminism is Anti-Family, Anti-Father, and Encourages the Feminization of the American Male

If "tolerance" is the core value of political correctness, feminism is its most cherished cause, and the implications of our cultural devotion to feminism are monstrous. Feminism is not about equal rights for women but about the feminization of the American male, an ideology that is anti-family and anti-father-and virtually guaranteed to bring about the wholesale destruction of the American family.

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Rationing of Care

Squishy Republicans Decide to Hit the Jim

How do you thank the leaders responsible for energizing the base and backing true conservatives? Well, if one of them is Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), you call him a "big loser" and promise to sharpen your knives. Welcome to the Republican Establishment, home of the fiscally moderate, socially progressive GOP. After what should have been a proud moment for all Republicans on Tuesday night, the GOP is angry about "what ifs"--particularly if it had won seats in Colorado, Delaware, and Washington--defeats they blame almost unanimously on Jim DeMint. Apparently, fighting to bring true conservative candidates into the Senate instead of weak-kneed moderates who oppose the Republican platform makes Sen. DeMint a villain. One of his colleagues said, "It's like you're on the five-yard line ready to score, and the quarterback calls the play, and some member of your team tackles one of your members and keeps you from scoring."

The only problem is that the "quarterback" is the old guard of the Republican Party. The same folks who backed big spending, pro-abortion, pro-gay GOP lap-dog incumbents. If it weren't for Sen. DeMint's primary upsets, America would be waking up to a Congress of Charlie Crists and Mike Castles--whose only distinction from the Democratic Party is the letter after their name! When it comes to electing people who will stick to the core values of conservatism, Sen. DeMint knows it's better to lose with a winner than win with a loser. And speaking of winners, his Tea Partiers had plenty. Thanks to his leadership, men like Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), Rand Paul (R-Ky.), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Marco Rubio (R-Fl.), and Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) have a new home in the Senate. Obviously, the Republican Party is upset because Sen. DeMint is effective--and he's effectively taking them back to their roots of social and fiscal discipline. But in the end the only opinion that matters is America's, and they think he's a hero. As do I.

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Tuesday, November 2, 2010


The polls are open from 7am to 8pm

If you aren't sure where to vote click here.

If you haven't made up your mind and need any more info on the candidates here are some resources (click on the names):

Focus on the Family/ WI Family Action

Eagle Forum


Here are links to who our opposition endorsed:

Planned Parenthood