We said that killing an innocent, unborn child was murder and society went ahead and made it legal anyway. We said that killing an innocent child in the process of birth (partial birth) was murder and society went ahead and made it legal anyway. Now they are trying to make a case that innocent children should be aborted even after they are born. For the love of God, when will our society wake up and finally put an end to this holocaust?
[W]hen circumstances occur after birth such that they would have justified abortion, what we call after-birth abortion should be permissible.
This is exactly how responsible citizens behave. God bless them for seizing Liberty, learning about safety, and taking control of their own lives.
Now that Illinois residents have finally been given their rights back, they're flocking to concealed carry classes to learn more about how to safely carry a firearm. The Reader just did a feature story Gerald Vernon, a long time Second Amendment advocate and firearms instructor living in Chicago's south side.
Remember when Nixon used the IRS to illegally target his political enemies? Yeah, it's like that... #ImpeachObama
Less than two months before taxes are due, House Republicans will pass a slate of bills aimed at protecting taxpayers from IRS abuses.
The House GOP also plans to move legislation that would force the government to reveal more clearly how taxpayer money is being spent.
After losing more than 133,000 jobs and 27,000 businesses during my predecessor's last term, Wisconsin has added more than 100,000 jobs and 13,000 new businesses - that's a real shift. The unemployment rate that was 9.2 percent just four years ago is now 6.2 percent. Wisconsin is working again, but there is more work still to be done.
As I travel the state each week, I don't hear many people telling me that they send too little money to Madison. They don't tell me their taxes are too low or even that they are just about right. People around the state tell me the way to fuel the economic recovery is to put more money in the hands of the hard-working taxpayers, so consumers and employers can do more to stimulate the economy.
We have a budget surplus of more than $911 million, driven by a growing economy and good fiscal management. My plan for that money - which we're calling the Blueprint for Prosperity - will help move Wisconsin forward.