Archive for August 9th, 2008

Civilization Following Christianity

American Minute from William J. Federer AUTUMN 1831, Four Indians -3 Nez Perce and 1 Flathead, arrived in St. Louis asking about a “book to heaven.” In response, Dr. Marcus Whitman left all and became a missionary to the Indians. Almost a century later, July 3, 1923, dedicating the Oregon Trail, President Warren Harding told […]

Fighting a War With Properly Inflated Aircraft Tires

Why isn’t Barack Obama ready to lead America? Here are two videos, back to back, that illustrate why. First, you have Obama’s silly tire inflation energy strategy. It’s been proven to be full of air. But then, that’s the case with almost every promise of liberalism: lots of enthusiasm, little substance. You can’t conserve yourself […]

Scientists: Our Solar System is Pretty Special

The materialist/naturalist/evolutionist believes that the universe came into being through a random, spontaneous event, and that all that we see today came to be this way through billions of years filled with random, uncontrolled happenings. Somehow, in this modern faerie tale, this highly complex universe just happened to end up in this high state of […]

Blacks should try to see real point of liberal politics

BY STAR PARKERFOUNDER & PRESIDENTCOALITION ON URBAN RENEWAL & EDUCATION A feature story in this week’s New York Times Magazine asks, “Is Obama the End of Black Politics?” This in the wake of a full week of TV talking heads asking if presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama played the “race card” in his response […]

Calif. Court Okays Homeschooling…For Now

The 2nd Appellate District in Los Angeles California today ruled today that homeschooling is permissible in California, laying to rest a question that was opened back in February when a California court declared it a crime for parents without credentials to teach their children. The juvenile court case that spawned the homeschooling decision was dismissed […]

Pro-Abortionists Getting Touchy

The pro-abortion liberals in the South Dakota blogosphere sure are in a tiff today. Both the feminist blog DakotaWomen and South DaCola are all mock-indignant that Pastor Hickey at Voices Carry posted about the new Regional Field Director for the South Dakota Campaign for UnHealthy Families, Leslie Stusiak. They’re sputtering and frothing at the mouth […]