In the last few decades, liberals have done a pretty good job of making conservatives look bad. It doesn’t matter that we fought against slavery and kept this country unified in the 1800s. It doesn’t matter that we gave women the right to vote in 1872. It doesn’t matter that we elected the first female […]Read More Why I’m a Conservative
If you haven’t been hiding under a rock for the last seventy years, I’m sure you’ve heard the term “feminist.” If not, here’s a quick definition Google Feedback provided: A person who supports feminism. Okay, that didn’t help. Here’s the definition of feminism. The advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes. […]Read More Why I’m Not a Feminist
This last Saturday, on February 18th, I gave a speech on abortion at a local Right to Life contest. Here is a link to the YouTube video of it, but if you enjoy reading over watching, here’s the speech I gave: The pro-life movement has been around for quite a long time. In 1968, the […]Read More I gave a speech!
The other day, my writing teacher asked the class “do you know who your representatives are?” I was instantly ashamed of myself, because I love politics and I obviously care about the issues, but I didn’t know any of their names or even parties. (Except the governor. I knew he was a liberal Republican.) So […]Read More do you know who your representatives are?
A couple weeks ago, I asked all of you readers why you are pro-life. I heard different perspectives and different reasons. Here is an explanation from a friend of mine: I’m a Bible-believing Christian. I believe that when God tells us what to do -or not to do- that we should listen and be obedient to what […]Read More Why I’m Pro-Life