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- McDonald nomination unanimously referred to full Senate
- Chuck Norris honorary chairman of NRA voter registration campaign
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Topic - James C. Dobson
Who knew that I would be a victim of the oppressive attacks of the IRS on people of conservative values and Christian faith. But I have, and it is a personal stinging reminder of how terribly close we are to losing all of our freedoms.
Despite the fact that Dr. Dobson has earned a doctorate, that he was a practicing pediatrician at the University of Southern California, that FamilyTalk is heard on 1,100 stations teaching parents how to strengthen their families, despite the fact that Dr. Dobson has written some 80 books and is one of the great educators of our day, Ms. Medley had the audacity to say that our organization is not educational.
"He has pleaded with the nation and its leaders to come to the aid of marriages, parents and their children. What a refreshing message," Mr. Dobson declares. "The Congress voted in 1969 to impose a marriage-penalty tax on husbands and wives struggling to raise their children. That unfair tax continued for 32 years, until George W. Bush rolled it back. Now, if Democrats and some Republicans have their way, the marriage-penalty tax will be reimposed in 2013. We desperately need a president who will intercede."