Like many leftist organizations, the Southern Poverty Law Center, or SPLC, started out with good intentions. It was founded in 1971 by Morris Dees and Joseph Levin and is headquartered in Montgomery, Alabama.  The Southern Poverty Law Center rightly condemned, as did conservatives such as the great William F. Buckley and Ronald Reagan, the American Nazi Party and the Democrat-affiliated Ku Klux Klan.  
Latest Articles
Year after year the anti-family, left-wing organizations devote massive amounts of time, energy and money to promote their agenda in our legislature, media and schools. Our values--the commonsense values of those in our state who believe in the importance of a mother and a father to a child, in the sanctity of human life, in the value of religious freedom--are often dismissed and ridiculed by political leftists.
Polls, you know 'scientifically conducted' data collection, organization and dissemination that agrees most heartily with the conclusions crafted prior to research collected, organized and disseminated have given Illinois its lofty position on what has been determined the "Right Side of History."
I am glad to be able to share some good news with you regarding the $20,000 matching challenge I wrote about earlier this month. The response to this annual matching challenge has been slower than we had hoped, but we are making progress toward our goal of raising a total of $40,000 before the end of the month.
Do they really hate ordinary people that much? Yes, they do.  For liberals, the distinction between the "dumb masses" and their enlightened selves renders life meaningful.  Disdain for ordinary folks is not just an ancillary trait of liberalism.  It is fundamental to the its nature.
The 2018 Republican primary for Illinois governor is unique when you consider the ideological differences between the candidates and the dramatic difference in the size of their bank accounts. Bruce Rauner is a social policy Leftist, Jeannie Ives is a pro-family conservative. Bruce Rauner has tens of millions of his own money to spend on his campaign. Jeannie Ives must raise every dollar she can to compete.
On this edition of Illinois Family Spotlight, Monte Larrick speaks with Julaine Appling, the President of the Wisconsin Family Council, about what has happened in Wisconsin with Governor Scott Walker, and what could happen with a true conservative Republican governor in Illinois.
A new ad for the Jeanne Ives for Governor campaign titled “Rauner’s Friends” brings attention to the support Bruce Rauner is receiving from radical left-wing organizations like Personal PAC. The ad points out that Personal PAC has spent four million dollars “helping Mike Madigan defeat conservatives.” Why would a pro-Madigan political action committee that opposes conservatives support a Republican governor for re-election?
Remember how they ridiculed Pence for saying he has a rule that he won’t dine alone with a woman who’s not his wife or attend events where alcohol is served without his wife? Pence didn’t originate the rule. I’ve heard variations of it from Christians, including my pastor, for years.
Do you want to know why we're in the cultural mess we're in with sexually integrated private spaces and taxpayer-funding of human slaughter? Cowardice--cowardice masquerading as shrewd (i.e., unprincipled) political pragmatism.
Pinocchio Rauner has astoundingly deceitful campaign ads about campaign rival Jeanne Ives running on Fox News and appearing like stinkbugs and cockroaches in the mailboxes of the good people of Illinois. Let’s take a quick look at the putrescent propaganda that I found stinking up my mailbox...

Modified by Matthew