Monday, September 26, 2005

Emily's List Fawns over Sebelius

According to this article about Queen Kate's current electioneering, Emily's List (the radical pro-abortion group that contributes money to keep baby-slayers in office) celebrated at her announcement to run for re-election (which she hadn't actually made so they retracted the statement from their web site). They called Sebelius "one thing that is definitely right about Kansas." And this endorsement is one (more) thing that Kansans should consider when they look for her replacement.

Thursday, September 15, 2005

Religious Bigotry in the US Senate

How obnoxious is this question posted by Sen. Dianne Feinstein to Supreme Court nominee John Roberts:
"In 1960, there was much debate about President John F. Kennedy's faith and what role Catholicism would play in his administration. At that time, he pledged to address the issues of conscience out of a focus on the national interests, not out of adherence to the dictates of one's religion. . . . My question is: Do you?"

How insulting and ridiculous. This is how "understanding" the left is of people of faith and why they will never get traction with religious people. It is flat-out religious bigotry. Listen up Feinstein: there MAY be a separation of church and state, but to people of faith, there can't be a separation of person and faith. Judge Roberts' faith is simply a part of who he is. The fact that he is a practicing Catholic is simply how he expresses his faith in worship.

For you to snivel at the faithful as if our beliefs need to be completely separated from our decision making process in governance or otherwise is both ignorant and ugly bigotry.

We're supposed to in such an enlightened age--much more than 1960--but yet a modern cosmopolitan liberal can still express well-thought-out religious bigotry on the national stage and not even blush. Amazing.

Friday, September 09, 2005

Abortion clinics under scrutiny

A.G.'s attorney: Disputed records may point to crimes by providers

Our AG wants to look at medical records to prove that crimes are committed in abortion clinics, covering up child rape and illegal late term abortions.

Phill Kline is right on target. Why do abortion clinics get special protections from criminal investigations. All they have to do, it seems, is cry about how they are being targeted by a zealous anti-abortion AG and then keep on with their felonious behavior.

Go Phill!