Author: Kristia Cavere



January 29, 2011

Blood Money: The Economics of the Abortion Industry

On this 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, one aspect that the pro-life community must continually remind our fellow countrymen of is the economics of the abortion industry. Similar to a successful corporation, the billion dollar infanticide business is …

January 4, 2011

A Conservative Celebration in the Capitol

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 04 Jan 2011

The city of Washington, D.C. is filled with much more Scrooges than those who are spiritual, and vague references to a “winter holiday” is the best that many can muster during the Christmas season. For those who are annoyed …

December 2, 2010

My Personal “Pat-Down” Experience

The images on television of children, the elderly, and other individuals who pose zero threat to our aviation security experiencing “pat-downs” by TSA officials at airports is disturbing. This issue became personal to me as I was forced into …

January 10, 2010

Another Example of the War on Boyhood

Filed under: Politics In General - 10 Jan 2010

During my annual Advent pilgrimage to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., I encountered a glaring example of how marginalized boys have become in our schools.

November 11, 2009

America Needs Industry, Obama Needs Therapy

More so than any other time in our history, Americans are beginning to believe there are no solutions to the many crises that we are experiencing.

October 5, 2009

Obama Forces Our Veterans to Question if Their Life is “Worth Living”

Filed under: American Military,In The News - 05 Oct 2009

First President Obama’s Homeland Security department accused our veterans of being right-wing extremists and potential terrorists. Now his Veterans Affairs (VA) agency is advocating euthanasia and forcing our veterans to question if their live has any value.

September 11, 2009

Against Family’s Wishes, the AP Releases Picture of Dying Marine

Filed under: Academia, Media & Hollywood,War On Terror - 11 Sep 2009

Despite special appeals by both Defense Secretary Robert Gates and the fallen soldier’s family, the Associated Press (AP) released photographs of a severely injured Marine during his last, excruciatingly painful moments of life.

Lance Corporal Joshua “Bernie” Bernard, a twenty-one …

September 7, 2009

Obama Wants Americans to Remember 9/11 by Fighting “Right-Wing Domestic Terrorists”

Our president seems to believe himself more King than elected representative. Barack Obama has shown himself to be as despotic as George III through overly harsh taxation and forcing his will on the people. Like George used the …

August 28, 2009

Average American Derangement Syndrome, Part 2

Filed under: In The News,Liberalism, Marxism & Communism - 28 Aug 2009

The contempt and condescension of the left toward regular citizens has never shown itself more fully than these past weeks during the healthcare reform debates. Any person, from any party, who disagrees with Obama on socialized medicine, has been …

August 9, 2009

Average American Derangement Syndrome

As vicious as Bush (and then Palin) Derangement Syndrome is, there is a new target of the left that makes the former disorders seems mundane. Democrats and liberals have always been contemptuous of the average person, but their treatment …

July 27, 2009

Hilton Hotel Hosted Islamic Terrorism Conference in Chicago

Filed under: War On Terror - 27 Jul 2009

This past Sunday a Hilton hotel right outside of Chicago hosted a conference for Hizbut-Tahrir, an Islamic extremist group connected to terrorist groups, including Al Qaeda. The seminar was entitled, “The Fall of Capitalism and the Rise of Islam” …

July 21, 2009

Is Palin Uniting or Dividing Republicans?

Filed under: Politics In General,The Republicans - 21 Jul 2009

Speculations, even from Rush Limbaugh, that Governor Sarah Palin might form a third party has put her back in focus even more than after her recent resignation as governor. Thus, it is reasonable for Republicans, conservatives, and traditionally minded …

July 17, 2009

Appeals Court Forces Pharmacists to Dispense the Morning After Pill

On July 8, 2009, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that pharmacists are required, regardless of their moral opposition, to provide Plan B, commonly known as the “morning-after pill.” The court’s decision took immediate effect in all western …

July 13, 2009

Sanford and the Soul-Mate Scenario

Filed under: Politics In General - 13 Jul 2009

The passion versus power conflict within Governor Mark Sanford is a scenario seen in certain influential and important men, some of whom risk their ambition by engaging in inappropriate sexual behavior. But, when their indiscretions with a woman are …

June 28, 2009

North Korea: Missed Opportunities for Two Decades

Filed under: Foreign Countries & Policy,War On Terror - 28 Jun 2009

Yesterday, June 25, to commemorate the day North Korean soldiers invaded their southern neighbor and began the Korean War, an anti-America rally was held in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang. Approximately 100,000 citizens were present as the communist …

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