Archive for July 14th, 2008

Report: Offshore Drilling Very Safe

The reason usually given for blocking the drilling of oil is environmental concerns, i.e. oil spills. This concern is so pervasive that some governors have opposed offshore drilling even though it would bring jobs to their states and improve the nation’s domestic oil supply. But is it a valid concern? USA Today reports that the […]

Website Seeks to Convince Catholics to Vote for Obama

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Jennifer RileyChristian Post ReporterMon, Jul. 14 2008 11:02 AM EDT A new Web site recently launched with a goal of recruiting 10,000 Catholic volunteers to help solicit votes for presidential candidate Barack Obama. Taking the title “10,000 Catholics for Obama,” the site features a section that offers […]

The Most Basic Expression of Americanism

American Minute from William J. Federer Leslie Lynch King, Jr., born JULY 14, 1913, became the 38th President of the United States. Renamed by his stepfather, he was the only Eagle Scout to be President. He attended the University of Michigan on a football scholarship, graduated from Yale Law School and served in the Navy […]

We can still change our minds on the upcoming ballot issues

By Gordon Garnos AT ISSUE: It’s hard to believe, but the November General Election really isn’t that far away. There will be plenty of candidates on the ballot wanting our votes and, at the same time, we have the responsibility to know what the other ballot issues are going to be. There will be four […]

Congress Ponders Defunding Planned Parenthood

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Alexander J. SheffrinChristian Post ReporterSun, Jul. 13 2008 02:55 PM EDTPro-life Congress members gathered on the House floor this past week to take a stand against what they said was a senseless waste of taxpayer’s dollars that has been propping up the nation’s largest provider of surgical […]

New Questions about Authorship of the Serenity Prayer

Reprinted by permission of The Christian Post By Elena GarciaChristian Post ReporterSun, Jul. 13 2008 02:57 PM EDT The origins of the famed Serenity Prayer that has become a staple in Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and office décor is being challenged. It was long believed that U.S. Protestant theologian Reinhold Niebuhr authored the prayer, which reads: […]

Video: Rush Limbaugh on Tony Snow

From Fox News Sunday today…