|Monday, December 23, 2013||
Duck Dynasty Controversy Continues
The battle for America continues on two fronts: On the legislative front in Washington over Obamacare, growing socialism, the Obama Administration's attack on religious liberty, while the battle for our culture rages across the country. All too often in the culture war, we are on our own with little-to-no political support.
|Friday, December 20, 2013||
Duck Dynasty Fights Back
Last night, Duck Dynasty's Robertson clan issued a statement responding to A&E's suspension of Phil Robertson, who expressed his biblically-based values on marriage and human sexuality in an interview with GQ. Here are a few excerpts of the family's statement:
|Wednesday, December 18, 2013||
The Clock Is Ticking…
The clock is ticking on American Values' year-end matching gift campaign. Please don't wait. American Values needs your support right now.
Rep. Wolf Retires From The House
|Defend Religious Liberty||
Defend Religious Liberty!
Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the Duck Dynasty clan, has been kicked off his hit TV show for daring to express his deeply held Christian beliefs.
|Thursday, December 19, 2013||
Defend The Duck Commander!
As many of you know by now, A&E, the Arts & Entertainment Network, has "indefinitely" suspended Phil Robertson from its highest-rated show, "Duck Dynasty." Why? Because Robertson dared to speak openly about his biblically-based values on marriage and human sexuality during a GQ interview.
When asked by GQ about his views on homosexuality, Robertson quoted Scripture and, as his many fans appreciate, he elaborated in his own colorful way.
|Tuesday, December 17, 2013||
One year ago Barack Obama had just defeated Mitt Romney to win his second presidential term. Basking in the glow of victory, his spirits sky-high, Obama would grab the Washington Post, and see a front page poll that brought him even more cheer. When asked who they trusted to do a better job coping with the problems the nation faced, the American people chose Obama over Republicans in Congress by an astonishing 50 to 35 percent.
|Monday, December 16, 2013||
Backlash To Ryan Deal Grows
Is the Ryan-Murray budget deal going to die in the Senate? It’s entirely possible. The budget deal gets $6 billion of its “savings” by implementing cuts in military retirees' pensions. Republican senators are not happy, and more of them are announcing that, because of the cuts, they will vote “No.” Veterans of Foreign Wars has come out strongly against the provision.
|Friday, December 13, 2013||
Capital Prayer Alert
|Friday, December 12, 2013||
The Dog That Didn’t Bark
It has been 24 hours since the Ryan-Murray deal hit Washington, and, as I feared, conservatives are forming their usual circular firing squad in attacking the deal. House Minority leader John Boehner lashed out at conservative groups with over-the-top rhetoric. Meanwhile, Texas Senator Ted Cruz called the deal “deeply concerning,” and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul called its increased funding “shameful.”
|Tuesday, December 11, 2013||
How Low Can He Go?
Late last month, President Obama quipped about his low approval ratings, “[T]he good thing about when you're down is that usually you got nowhere to go but up.” But Obama’s statement was premature at best.
A new Quinnipiac University poll finds the president’s approval rating has dipped to 38 percent among registered voters, with barely one in three approving of Obama’s actions on health care and only four in ten approving of his Iran policy.