Justice Kennedy’s Retirement from the Supreme Court Cheers Pro-Life and Values Voters

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To replace retiring Justice Kennedy, President Donald Trump has promised that he will appoint a well-qualified conservative who will interpret the law based on the intended meaning of the Constitution. The prospect of such an appointment is encouraging conservatives

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A Victory for Religious Liberty – Supreme Court sides with Colorado Baker who Refused to make Wedding Cake for Same-Sex Couple

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In a victory for religious liberty, the Supreme Court ruled 7-2 in favor of the Colorado baker who declined to bake a cake celebrating a same-sex marriage ceremony.

After six years of relentless attacks from the Colorado Civil Rights

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Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor Presents Strong Conservative Views at MVCI Meeting January 29, 2018

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The upcoming May 8th Primary Election is of great importance because that is the BEST opportunity to support the candidates of your choice rather than waiting until the November general election when your choice is limited to a vote …

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“Social Justice Movement”: Why Americans Should be Concerned, GCTP Meeting Thursday, February 22, in Xenia, Ohio, with James Murdoch, Ph.D. of Cedarville University

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Dr. Murdoch, Senior Professor of History at Cedarville University, will be speaking on the importance of the “Social Justice Movement” and its’ impact on the expansion of government into the culture and lives of the American people. He will

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The Full Text of the Nunes Memo on FISA Abuses

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U.S. Capitol Building, Washington D.C.

On February 2, 2018, The White House authorized the release of the House Permanent Select Committee memorandum of January 29, 2018, on the “Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act Abuses at the Department of Justice and

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