Stories by Western Free Press
From Business Insider:
Sarah Palin, the former governor of Alaska and 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee, indicated she might run for president in a conversation with an ABC News reporter at a soup kitchen on Thursday.
“Yeah, I mean, of course, when you have a servant’s heart, when you know that there is opportunity to do all you can to put …
Moving story from David Schweikert:
The year was 1962, and in Southern California, a pregnant teenager was facing a difficult decision. As a young, unwed girl, Mary Lynn Sheridan wasn’t sure she was ready for a child.
How would she tell her family? If she was going to keep the baby, how would she care for it?
She drove with two friends to an abortion clinic over the Mexican border.
However, while on the drive to the …
From Immigration Direct.
Also note the 28% increase in Latino voters since 2008 and other striking statistics.
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From Michael Barone:
How big a problem is family fragmentation? “Immense,” says Mitch Pearlstein, head of the Minnesota think tank Center of the American Experiment. “The biggest domestic problem facing this country.”
So big he went out and interviewed 40 experts of varying ideology across the nation and relayed their answers in his book “Broken Bonds: What Family Fragmentation Means for America’s Future.” That’s the good news. The bad news is that none of the …
From Robert Knight:
No such dots were connected when a young homosexual activist attempted a massacre on Aug. 15, 2012, at the conservative Family Research Council, later telling police that he was inspired by the “hate map” on the Southern Poverty Law Center’s website. Law Center founder Morris Dees said the “hate map,” which still lists Christian groups alongside skinheads and neo-Nazis, “doesn’t cause anybody to attack.”
Mr. Robinson and others on the left similarly are …