Category: Public Policy

Why the New Lawsuit Against a Cake Maker Should Terrify You

Posted on September 4, 2018 in Public Policy, Religious Freedom by

Despite the Supreme Court’s ruling that Jack cannot be targeted for his faith, the government in Colorado is targeting Jack for his faith. The Colorado government has decided that Jack simply should not be allowed to do business. It appears that the government has made up its mind that people of faith, people that want to live and do business according to their sincerely held beliefs, don’t belong in the pubic space.

A New Movement Threatens Democrats in Mid-Term Elections – and Beyond.

Posted on August 29, 2018 in Public Policy by

Are we really about to see white millennials and African-Americans begin supporting Republican candidates? What are the implications for the 2018 mid-term elections?

Miss America Could Be the Next Great Exercise in Democracy

Posted on August 15, 2018 in Public Policy by

Will Miss America set an example of what freedom of speech and diversity of thought looks like in a civilized and tolerant society? How will judges score the contestants if scoring is based on “what comes out of their mouth”? From a distance it appears that judging will be based on whether each individual judge actually agrees with what comes out of the contestants mouth. That poses a serious problem.

Americans Seem to Support Kavanaugh More than Abortion

Posted on August 1, 2018 in Life, Public Policy by

What has been revealed is that many people are simply unaware of exactly what Roe v. Wade is. Many people think reversing this legislation would make abortion illegal in all 50 states. In fact, reversing Roe would simply return the issue to the states to decide. I would think that people that claim to be “pro-choice” would welcome the ability of Americans to “choose” whether to legalize abortion or not. More choice is better, right?

Why Feminists Will Hate the Day Judge Amy Barrett is Nominated to the Supreme Court

Posted on July 24, 2018 in Public Policy by

All the drama will reveal that the feminist movement does not, in fact, represent a majority of American women. Just as the #metoo movement revealed that Hollywood is completely out of touch with the values most Americans hold dear; nominating Judge Barrett will reveal the feminist movement as a fringe group out of touch with the values of American women.

Supreme Court NIFLA Ruling Important for Pro-Life Advocates, Bakers, Photographers, and Florists

Posted on July 18, 2018 in Life, Public Policy by

This precedent, established by The Supreme Court of the United States, will have a rippling effect far and wide. The necessary reminder that the government has no business compelling anyone to speak will be heard loud and clear. has been following this case closely. The pro-life news website noted that similar laws have been struck down in Austin, TX, Baltimore and Montgomery County, MD, and New York City.

Transgender Athletes Have Unfair Advantage Over Biological Counterparts

Posted on July 17, 2018 in Public Policy, Sexuality by

It’s understandable that parents are upset. Their daughters are, essentially, being forced to compete against male athletes. This 100 meter race in Connecticut was largely decided before it even began. It was little more than a race between the two males for first and second place; with the females vying for third.

These Headlines Begin to Pull Back the Curtain on Our Confused Culture

Posted on July 11, 2018 in Public Policy, Sexuality, Uncategorized by

If a white person dresses as a white person because she finds that person beautiful, is that a problem? Is beauty no longer in the eyes of the beholder? Are white people no longer allowed to be proud? Does this apply to all whites (German, Irish, British, South African) or just American whites? It seems the people telling us not to be racist encourage a lot of racist habits.

IVF is the Essence of an Inconsistent, Double Standard Definition of Life

Posted on June 19, 2018 in Life, Public Policy by

This is where the worldview of many people is often inconsistent. People want to use IVF and have no concern for the loss of life due to this method of making babies. But when the loss is something they did not intend, suddenly it becomes litigious. Would a judge in this case be so clear in his worldview as to declare the couple has no standing to bring the suit because they took part in the intentional killing of human embryos and are, therefore, as guilty as the clinic?

The Battle’s Not Over: Here’s What the Cake Baking Ruling Didn’t Do

Posted on June 14, 2018 in Public Policy, Religious Freedom by

I’m certainly not trying to be a killjoy in the wake of a decision that brings good news for religious freedom and free speech. But I do want to be realistic and understand the ruling in its context and scope. To do that we need to understand what the ruling did not do.


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