Entries Tagged ‘Wall Street Journal’

Football players should plan spouse pregnancies around season?

Charles Tillman, a star cornerback for the Chicago Bears, said in an interview the other day that it was possible he would miss Sunday’s big game with the Houston Texans if his pregnant wife went into labor….

The coming Chick-fil-A voters

The came in droves seemingly out of nowhere, standing hours in line to quietly cast their vote for traditional marriage by simply buying a chicken sandwich.

Billy Graham’s full page ad: “Vote for those who protect life”

Click to enlarge…

From CNN, October 18:

Why? Planned Parenthood spends record $12 mil on presidential election

Planned Parenthood, through its political action affiliates, has spent more on this election than any in the past – more than $12 million, with about half the money going for TV ads in Florida, Virginia, Ohio and other battleground states. ~ Wall Street Journal, October 19. Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards also just announced she […]

Stanek Sunday funnies 10-14-12

Hard to choose, but here were my top five favorite political cartoons this week…

by Jerry Holbert at Townhall.com

Yes, Barack Obama has taken Big Bird under his wing as a vital campaign cause, to the consternation of Democrat operatives and even Sesame Street, which asked the Obama campaign to pull this ad, which it has thus far refused to do….

Evangelicals and Catholics unite against HHS mandate

Before Wheaton’s move, most plaintiffs suing over the mandate were Catholic colleges and organizations that follow the Vaticanís teaching against birth control. Most of the 58 plaintiffs in the 24 lawsuits are Catholic dioceses, colleges and charity groups. But Wheatonís involvement shows that Catholics arenít alone in opposing the mandate, since many evangelical Christians view […]

Stanek Sunday Funnies: “These children that you spit on” edition

David Bowie fans will recognize the line in my subject heading from his classic song, Changes:

And these children that you spit on
As they try to change their worlds
Are immune to your consultations
They’re quite aware of what they’re going through

I thought of that line when viewing the following political cartoon by Jack Ohman at GoComics.com. Ohman is a liberal pro-choicer no less, who I’m sure doesn’t realize the tragic irony of his attempted wit…

Those children that baby boomers spit upon by promoting their abortions if inconvenient should not now be expected to give up their lifestyles for those same inconvenient baby boomers. Ohman’s cartoon signals the coming unrest.

What they are trying to hide: Social issues are a problem for liberals, not conservatives

  The January 12 Gallup poll (click to enlarge) tells us three things:   Despite the din, conservatives outnumber liberals 2:1. Conservatives are winning over coveted moderates, not liberals. #1 and #2 have occurred since Obama took office.   An eye-opening point from the Wall Street Journal, January 18:


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