Dena Leichnitz

David Guerrero vs. Chris Lane

September 4, 2013
David Guerrero vs. Chris Lane

There seems to be a rash of psychotic teenagers killing other people for nothing more than the sheer fun of it. Yet there seems to be a need to politicize these killings as something more than the random stupid and violent acts that they are. The Left tried to politicize Trayon Martin and make it […]

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End of Abortion?

May 14, 2013
End of Abortion?

  Kermit Gosnell was found guilty today of three murders of three babies and a manslaughter of a woman who had come in for an abortion. He was also found guilty of  “258 counts total and other charges against him include one count of infanticide and one of racketeering, 24 counts of performing third-trimester abortions […]

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Tags: Abortion, Count, Gosnell, House of Horrors, Kermit Gosnell, murder, Philadelphia, Pregnancy
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Reforming the Supreme Court: Can it be Done?

July 27, 2012

By Dena Leichnitz The U.S. Constitution, wise in its framing and its understanding of absolute power, seemed to drop the ball when it came to the judiciary. The reasoning for lifetime appointments has to be some of the most asinine reasoning ever spewed. Under some misguided notion that judges are above the pettiness that infects […]

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