There will be repercussions.
I have a lot of respect for Senator Frist. We disagree with him on one issue, but it's a big issue. . . . I would not write him off; I would just say it will be very difficult to get support from the pro-life community. This is a big issue to disagree on, [but] it certainly does not end our friendship.
Let me speak as a veteran of the Marine Corps who has been supportive of the military action taken in Iraq. The idea has been to deliver the people from a [repressive] regime ... I think there are some who would question if we leave in place a structure that is less than sufficient in guaranteeing the freedom of the Iraqi people. There are those who view that as less than successful.
We do not claim the right to speak for everyone, but we do claim the right to speak. And speak we will to the millions of Americans who share our values. Our voice is just as legitimate as the voice of others.
This is about one of those moments in history we don't want to miss. We want to get it right, ... Justice Sunday II: God Save the United States and The Honorable Court.
We saw in the 1980s the Reagan Revolution break the grip of liberalism on the country. We saw in the 1990s a conservative resurgence in Congress that broke the liberalism there. Now we stand with the opportunity to see the Supreme Court righted.
[Bush's promise to name conservatives justices,] more than perhaps any other, charged me and millions of other values voters across the land to vote for Mr. Bush, ... presents the most important opportunity we may have for decades to stop the nation's courts from stripping away our Judeo- Christian heritage.
The court has become increasingly hostile to Christianity and it poses a greater threat to representative government more than anything, more than budget deficits, more than terrorist groups.
I'd think a minority, a female, an African American female.
It is a question that is loaded with a lot of political considerations as well as timing. From a political standpoint - I'm from Louisiana - the charges that have been made there are inaccurate, that the (hurricane) response is in any way clouded by racism. In the political environment, it would counter those false charges.
is ready to energize the grassroots.
Bill Gates is already losing in a lot of these markets.
to strike a great blow against judicial activism.
We are going to be vigilant to make sure that there is not this religious litmus test imposed.
There are three categories of conservatives: those who are opposing her, those in favor and those taking a wait-and-see approach. By far the largest category is the last one.
He's going to present himself to the American public a sandy-haired kid whose merely out pursuing the American dream.
It's not the same today as when I was growing up and parents left their kids in front of the TV to watch 'Captain Kangaroo,' ... The sex depicted on television does have an effect on kids. If we are what we eat, then we become what we watch.
There is no reason to believe the establishing a .XXX domain would clean up the .COM domain, where most Internet sites are located and where pornographers seemingly lurk around every corner.
It'll probably be later this morning as we continue to comb through this stuff to see what kind of case we can make of it. We're actually still getting stuff in from various parishes.
Rep. Foxx is to be commended for supporting public policy that values human life, protects our religious liberties, and upholds the institutions of marriage and the family.
Our courts have attacked the ability of people to display their faith in public. We're seeing hostility toward the church and Christianity in particular.
Although it is hard to leave 'GMA,' the show is in a strong position right now, and for many reasons, both professional and personal, this is the right time to move on to a new and exciting chapter of my life.