Social conservatism reborn as Republican women rout the pro-abortion liberals

Nov 7, 2014 by

By Laura Perrins, Conservative Woman: Oh to live in the United States where The Conservative Woman actually exists. Women did very well in the elections and they were not running for the Democrats. You will not read about these candidates in The Guardian, or hear about them on Woman’s Hour, so we shall enlighten you here. Given the amount of griping that goes on about a lack of women in politics, one would expect the election to get a mention by Jenni & Co on Woman’s Hour....

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What the Wave Means

Nov 6, 2014 by

So, the leadership power in the Senate just shifted, and the conservative majority in the House just grew to historic proportions – what exactly does that really mean, particularly in the context of social issues? In the CitizenLink Report, Tom Minnery explains it in a way that’s easy to understand and to share with your friends and family. The short version: Hundreds of bills that were being held hostage by the Democratic majority in the Senate will now have an opportunity to be considered....

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Huge Victory as Pro-Life Candidates Win Nationwide, Take Over Senate From Pro-Abortion Democrats

Nov 5, 2014 by

By Steven Ertelt, Life News: In a landslide election that saw pro-life candidates winning across the nation, pro-life advocates have been able to take over the Senate from pro-abortion Democrats, led by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Harry Reid’s days as the pro-abortion leader of the U.S. Senate are now numbered as pro-life candidates picked up enough seats to take over the Senate. Reid has done pro-abortion President Barack Obama’s bidding and ensured that abortion-funding Obamacare was...

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Politics: Do Christians Care Too Much or Too Little

Nov 3, 2014 by

by Joseph Backholm, FPI: Elections are a bit like holidays. Some people hate them and some people love them. This is just as true inside the church as it is anywhere else. As fate would have it, we are only days away from another election.  That means this Sunday could be the time our conflicting views about elections become most obvious. One group cares deeply about what’s going on in government and public policy.  They believe that if we neglect to influence the culture for good, it will...

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A case for Christian involvement in politics

Nov 3, 2014 by

By N J Lund: Ed:  Readers will know that the US elections are this coming week.  As issues like marriage, religious freedom and freedom of conscience are increasingly to the fore, may we encourage all our readers to pray for God’s will to be done in these elections, and may we encourage American citizens to vote! If God’s people had always ‘steered clear’ of politics:  1. The Hebrew midwives wouldn’t have disobeyed Pharaoh to save the baby boys; 2. Moses wouldn’t have...

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A case for Christian involvement in politics

Nov 2, 2014 by

By N J Lund: Ed:  Readers will know that the US elections are this coming week.  As issues like marriage, religious freedom and freedom of conscience are increasingly to the fore, may we encourage all our readers to pray for God’s will to be done in these elections, and may we encourage American citizens to vote! If God’s people had always ‘steered clear’ of politics:  1. The Hebrew midwives wouldn’t have disobeyed Pharaoh to save the baby boys; 2. Moses wouldn’t have...

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