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4th of July “TEA Parties”

Jul 1, 2009 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

April 15 saw a nationwide phenomenon of grassroots rallies for liberty, smaller government, and lower taxes, dubbed "TEA Parties" (Taxed Enough Already), in honor of the Boston Tea Party of the Revolutionary era.  This Independence Day, July 4, 2009, the TEA-partiers are gearing up for another surge of rallies to fight yet more surges of ...

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Planned Parenthood to investigate Planned Parenthood

Jul 1, 2009 5 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

In response to the damning audio evidence released yesterday that showed Planned Parenthood's clinic in Birmingham covered up a report of alleged statutory rape, an investigation into PP's probably criminal activity is being launched by . . . Planned Parenthood. CBS 42's story on this sex abuse cover-up, Planned Parenthood Caught on Tape, included this statement ...

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No, it’s not time for Republicans to compromise

May 27, 2009 1 Comment ›› Ben DuPré

We have seen it before and we'll likely see it again: whenever conservative Republicans find themselves in the minority in Congress or exiled from the White House, the media and more liberal Republicans declare the need for the GOP to embrace a "wider range of viewpoints" on the controversial issues of the day.  In other ...

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Judge Moore: Victory after defeat

Nov 12, 2008 3 Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Reflecting on last week's presidential election, Judge Moore reminds us in his column this week, Seeds of victory, that the conservative movement and the Republican and Democrat parties have all been prematurely eulogized in times past.  And all have had subsequent resurgences.  He takes to task those in the media gloating over the Obama victory and the ...

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Planned Parenthood closes Huntsville office

Jul 11, 2008 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Good news for the unborn in Huntsville, Alabama---the local Planned Parenthood office is closing its doors today!  Apparently, this clinic stopped doing abortions last year, so the victory over the death business in Huntsville has been an incremental one.  Although the Huntsville Times article gives much space to the purported reason for the closure---the Deficit ...

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Foundation to defend evangelist in public preaching arrest

Jan 17, 2008 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

The Foundation for Moral Law announced yesterday that it has agreed to defend evangelist Michael Marcavage of the evangelistic organization Repent America against the misdemeanor charges filed against him for preaching in a Salem, Mass. public square on Halloween night, Oct. 31, 2007. Even though Salem's laws allow the use of speech amplification until 10:00 p.m., Salem ...

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Foundation for Moral Law’s new TV ad

Jan 14, 2008 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

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Foundation ad to air during Hula Bowl on Jan. 12

Jan 10, 2008 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

The Foundation for Moral Law will debut its first ever television ad this Saturday, January 12, during the 2008 Hula Bowl.  This is an incredible opportunity for the Foundation to reach a national audience with its mission of defending the right to acknowledge God and America's Christian heritage.  Look for the TV ad to be shown several times ...

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Moving pictures

Oct 24, 2007 No Comments ›› Ben DuPré

Firm Foundation rarely mentions movies to either support or warn against, but two new movies warrant our attention---and yours.  It should hardly be surprising that we would encourage you to go see The Ten Commandments, a new computer animated feature-length film by Promenade Pictures that premiered nationwide on October 19.  Judge Roy Moore has lent his public support to ...

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God, the Constitution, and presidential hopefuls

Sep 14, 2007 No Comments ›› Site Administrator

Some people like to claim that the Constitution is a "secular" document because it does not include a substantive mention of God.  Reflecting on the fact that we celebrate Constitution Day on September 17th---the day the delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution 220 years ago in 1787---Judge Moore relates in his latest column, ...

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