Author: Sarah Hinds

Thoughts on Todd Akin From a Missouri Native

Two weeks ago, if you’d asked me my prediction for the Missouri Senate race between Todd Akin and incumbent Claire McCaskill, I would’ve predicted an Akin victory by a landslide. But after Akin’s incredibly ignorant and cringe-worthy comments, the case regarding the statement, “legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down,” embarrasses me. I am disappointed in his decision to stay in the race, and not as hopeful for a Republican Senate victory in November (but I’m taking some degree of solace in the fact that I didn’t vote for Akin in...

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Obama Campaign Ad Victimizes Women

I’m not sure what disgusts me more—the Obama camp’s glaring attempt to victimize all women who want insurance-provider funded sex-lives, the attempt to create a gender war that isn’t there, or the absurdity of the selfish statement that “it’s a scary time to be a woman” because of Mitt Romney’s stance on abortion.

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The UN’s Global Taxes: A Threat to Sovereignty and Prosperity

“If the United Nations tries to impose a global carbon tax or a tax on international currency transactions or any other tax that bypasses payments voted by the national legislatures of member countries, that is the day the United States should pull out of the U.N.” –Phyllis Schlafly At it’s founding almost 70 years ago, the United Nations’ goals included promoting world peace, economic development, international cooperation and human rights around the world. But with their latest proposition—global taxes—the U.N. has appeared to overstep its welcome boundaries to those who value national sovereignty and common sense. Last week, the...

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