Heritage Foundation’s Ryan Anderson Destroys “Gay Marriage” Argument (Video)

Watch This Anti-Gay Conservative Obliterate The Homosexual Argument – Mr. Conservative

Liberal ideology has led to society’s continued loosening of its morals and principles and the argument of homosexuality is indicative of such. Given that many people relate their beliefs to religious contradictions, some aren’t able to legally justify their argument – until now.

Most recently, a fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, Ryan T. Anderson, not only successfully argued why homosexuals aren’t applicable to the same rights given to that of heterosexual couples, but he completely dominated the conversation. Arguing that even by law homosexuals aren’t considered the same when it comes to marriage, Anderson went on to share why homosexuals can never really get “married” – at least according to all standards.

Although in some states homosexuals can be offered marriage certificates, Anderson states that they aren’t really married as marriage is only applicable between a gender compliant couple – a heterosexual union. As marriage is entered into for a handful of reasons, perhaps one of the largest, is procreation – and that’s where the gender compliance comes into play.

As homosexuals aren’t able to have children, their union is therefore disqualified as a marriage, and in such, not recognized to receive the same benefits of those that do enter into a genuine marriage – a man and a woman. Instead, their belief is only degrading the sanctity in marriage to include something that falls outside the bounds of its definitions and can only go downhill from there.




*VIDEO* Senator Ted Cruz Speaks At The Heritage Foundation’s Resource Bank Meeting

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Even New Yorkers Aren’t Happy With Obamacare… They Must Be Racist Teabaggers (Video)

Real People Respond: What Does Obamacare Mean For You? – The Foundry


Obamacare opens today. What does that mean to you?

Since Heritage launched our billboard in Times Square promoting the message to defund Obamacare, the response has been overwhelming. We’ve received thousands of text messages from concerned Americans wanting more information about this unaffordable law. It is raising premiums, hurting small businesses, and digging America into more and more debt.

When we asked some of those concerned citizens how Obamacare would affect their lives, we received many worried answers. We wanted to share these responses with our readers, as many of you can relate to the challenges ahead if Obamacare is not defunded immediately.

The answers came from a variety of perspectives – and all are worthy of being heard by Congress and President Obama before it’s too late to turn back.

What does Obamacare mean for you?


“Idk [I don’t know], but my premium just went up almost $100.”

“I am angry, frustrated and scared. It is a catastrophe.”

“Scared. I have great insurance now but that could all change and that is not helping an already slow economy.”


“DISASTER. My husband took $700 pay cut thanks to NObamacare. Pay cut is monthly amount. We are STRUGGLING to keep our home, keep gas & all others.”

“A disaster for everybody that breathes.”

“This is gonna be a train wreck. Sad day for the USA.”

Decreased Care

“…definitely the end of great health care as we have known it.”

“It means our healthcare is no longer going to be first class, long waits to be seen by a doctor, older people dying because of lack of care, sky high premiums, government snooping into my life…”

Invasion of Personal Freedom

“Gov’t interference & control of my private business & increased taxes”

“It means my freedom has been wrenched from me. I should not be forced, by coercion, by my government in regards to healthcare. If Congress is exempt, so should we be.”

“The beginning of loss of my freedom to choose. The beginning of a lot of chaos in the health care business and current care. The fear of premiums going even higher and benefits even lower. The beginning of a lot more government bureaucracy.”

Financial Struggle

“That means we are the middle class and are going to pay much more in premiums and copays. It is going to crush us. It is going to cause our family of 8 to just barely survive.”

“It has already affected my family. My husband’s work which is in coal mining has laid off 180 men. Our health insurance deductible has doubled. I am all for defunding Obamacare.”
“Closing our small business”

No Insurance

“No insurance… will not be able to afford. Too high already!”

“Nothing. I can’t pay for it so I’ll be an outlaw.”

What about you? Leave a comment below.

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*VIDEO* Senator Ted Cruz Gives Major Foreign Policy Speech At Heritage Foundation (09/11/13)

H/T The Right Scoop


*VIDEO* Debunking The Defund Obamacare Myths (Heritage Foundation)


The most galling thing about David Brooks?

Hmmm, tough one, there is his incredible ability to turn out bad columns on a regular basis. His willingness to bend over backwards to be the Republican the Left likes A.K.A. the Useful Idiot. Then there is his habit of bashing Conservatives that actually stand for something while Brooks stands for nothing. Smitty has a post up mocking Brooks, and there is one sentence from Brooks latest NY Times snoozer that struck a nerve.

Two things are constant, and there are three things rivaling the sunrise for invariance: death, taxes, and the codpiece-like dumbness of David Brooks:

Over the past month, the Republican Party has changed far more than I expected. First, the people at the ideological extremes of the party have begun to self-ghettoize. The Tea Party movement attracted many people who are drawn to black and white certainties and lock-step unity. People like that have a tendency to migrate from mainstream politics, which is inevitably messy and impure, to ever more marginal oases of purity.
Jim DeMint, for example, is leaving the Senate to go lead the Heritage Foundation. He is leaving the center of the action, where immigration, tax and other reforms will be crafted, for a political advocacy organization known more for ideological purity and fund-raising prowess than for creativity, curiosity or intellectual innovation.

Note that last highlighted portion. Especially the criticism of the Heritage Foundation. Brooks is mocking a group that actually HAS an ideological compass? Brooks, who has no ideological balls whatsoever? What we have is a little man with a little brain, a man who has done nothing of real note, a man who stands for whatever he thinks will ingratiate him to Liberals. And this man is mocking men and women who actually believe in fighting for their principles (which Brooks dismisses as ideological purity)? Damn that makes me angry! What bugs me most here is that it was ideological purity that gave birth to this nation. Our Founders were not like Brooks, they knew right from wrong, they knew what they stood for, and they risked their very lives to give birth to this nation. Of course, David Brooks would never take a stand, lest he not get invited to Beltway cocktail parties. Call me an ideological purist, but I resent men of honor being dismissed by walk-behinders like Brooks!