On TV today, there are a lot of "Christmas" stories about giving, sharing, and compassion. Almost none make any reference to the very person whose virtues we're being taught to emulate in them, namely Jesus.
Merry Christmas to all our followers and readers!
It's Thanksgiving time and the winter holidays are coming soon. It's a time to be with friends and family and reflect on the things in our lives we have to be thankful for. At the same time, America is a nation deeply divided. It's little wonder then that we don't all agree on some things that we as a nation should have a sense of gratitude for.
Happy Thanksgiving to all you great American patriots out there!
If the polls haven't closed in your area yet, there's still time to vote liberty.
It used to be that both the major parties, Republicans and Democrats both wanted to do what is best for America given the framework of the Constitution and guided by the principles set forth in the Declaration of Independence. They only varied on how best to accomplish this and how fast a pace we should take in changing things.
It's all over but the shouting. (but there's a lot of that to still be done) Here's a list I compiled the day before Kavanaugh was sworn in. Some people think that with his confirmation, the Left will go on their merry way, but we know better, don't we? At the time of this being … Continue reading It’s all over but the shouting.
If the object is to get Kavanaugh appointed to the Supreme Court, this will not change a single Democratic vote. It will allow them and their partners in the mainstream media to claim that "Kavanaugh is under FBI investigation for sexual assault allegations".
A generation ago, civics classes used to be ubiquitous in public schools. Now, as more and more schools teach for standardized tests, the study of the government and the Constitution has fallen by the wayside.