In the city where Bill Clinton and Anthony Weiner made names for themselves, conservatives aren’t surprised by the sound and fury over Vice President Mike Pence’s commitment to his marriage.
Elites in Hollywood and the Beltway were shocked to learn that the vice president doesn’t dine alone with women or attend parties where alcohol is served without his wife. Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, said the negative reaction to Mr. Pence’s fidelity is further evidence of the cultural divide on display during the presidential race.
“If the worst thing people can say about Mike Pence is that he’s a good husband, then he’s accomplished something very few politicians have,” Mr. Perkins wrote in his weekly “Washington Update” newsletter. “Unfortunately, we live in a day and age when marriage is rarely revered — in definition or practice — so the idea that the vice president would take intentional steps to protect his own has apparently come as a shock to some of the elitist media.”… read more
Matthew 5:11 “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you, lie, and say all kinds of evil things about you because of me. 12 Rejoice and be glad because you have a great reward in heaven! The prophets who lived before you were persecuted in these ways.