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  • Wounded Vets Don’t Need Taxpayer Funded IVF
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    Wounded Vets Don’t Need Taxpayer Funded IVF

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    I’ll be in DC this week for a bunch of meetings, mostly speaking with people about a bill that provides $3.4 billion in additional care for vets. I am involved because the bill currently includes an amendment to provide IVF benefits to wounded vets. These sorts of policy battles always start out with a rough […]

  • Poem: "Your Will"
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    Poem: “Your Will”

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    Your Will I reach For Your Will But I only wave my will instead I seek                                           Your Answers    But my answers are the ones I choose I ask                                  For Your Help Yet I insist on telling You what that help should be I decide                                                  Your credit         Yet I only credit You when […]

  • Fetal Tissue Research: What Really Works May Surprise You!
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    Fetal Tissue Research: What Really Works May Surprise You!

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    Once again the practice of using aborted preborn babies for their body parts and tissues has made the news. This time the reporting is based on a sickening congressional letter addressed to Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and signed by 98 members of Congress. The letter references recent hearings conducted by the House Energy […]

  • USS Cole, Towed October 29, 2000.
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    The Betrayal of the USS Cole

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    Betrayed too many times to count.

  • Syria: 'Things Were Never So Bad in Aleppo Before'
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    Syria: ‘Things Were Never So Bad in Aleppo Before’

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    By Oliver Maksan NEW YORK—In an urgent appeal to the outside world, Franciscan Father Ibrahim Alsabagh is calling on Christians throughout the world to pray for the Syrian city of Aleppo, currently caught up in the midst of heavy fighting. “Never, since the beginning of this terrible war were things as bad as they are […]

  • Poem: "Heaven Glow"
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    Poem: “Heaven Glow”

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    Heaven Glow Mr. Lee looked at the child moments old. “Sirius is his name,” said he. Mrs. Lee, cuddling the boy, truth be told, Said “Yes, Sirius Lee” he will be. But he wasn’t. Eyes twinkling stellar was he, Not dark, dismal or dull. Shimmering sparkling was he, Not Sirius Lee at all. Because he […]