July 2, 2010

Congressman King's Petition is Great Beginning to ObamaCare's Repeal

Months after the worst piece of legislation in American history -- and the most costly piece of legislation estimated to cost upwards of $2.5 trillion -- was passed, the massive effort to repeal Obamacare is growing. Polls show that this highly unpopular piece of socialism is still opposed by the American people as much as it was during the year-long debate and votes in the Democrat-controlled Congress.

A solid majority of Americans want Obamacare repealed. Even the selfish corporations, which gave the final impetus to passing Obamacare by supporting it, are now realizing what a terrible pact with the devil they made to cut out special exemptions for themselves. They are dropping health care plans, increasing health care costs to their employees, and writing off huge expenses due to the imposition of Obamacare on their companies, etc.

Now one of the most activist and courageous members of the United States Congress, Iowa Republican Congressman Steve King, has stepped forward to begin the arduous task of repealing Obamacare... (READ MORE)


Kagan's Take on Just How Much Power Congress Has

Although she has spent most of her time before the Senate Judiciary Committee avoiding giving direct answers to questions, there have been a few exchanges which have shed some light on her thoughts on some pretty important issues (or confirm suspicions, as the case may be).

The exchange below was between Kagan and Oklahoma Senator Tom Coburn, which touches on Kagan's thoughts on the constitutional limits on the power of Congress.

Coburn: If I wanted to sponsor a bill and it said Americans, you have to eat three vegetables and three fruits every day and I got it through Congress and that's now the law of the land, got to do it, does that violate the Commerce Clause?... (READ MORE)


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Celebrate Independence Day by Registering Voters!

When it comes to having an impact on Election Day, if you're not registered, you can't vote, and if you don't vote, you don't count.

In honor of Independence Day, Christian Coalition of America will be kicking off this year's Citizenship Sunday voter registration program on Sunday, July 4th. If you haven't done it yet, please visit our Citizenship Sunday page and find out how you can help register voters in your church so they can have an impact this November.

Click here and find out how you can promote Citizenship Sunday in your church!


Kagan Favors "Health" Exception for Abortion

Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan may have accidentally shed some light on her views on abortion by confirming that she supports "health" exceptions to abortion legislation.

Of course abortion advocates usually try to include "health" exceptions in anti-abortion legislation as a way of making the legislation meaningless, as the exceptions almost invariably tend to be large enough as to include anything that deviates from normal, including emotions.

For her part, Kagan essentially stated that she's just fine with that... (READ MORE)


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