Don’t you love “personal responsibility” in Obamaland? (I’m not sure we’re in America anymore, Toto) From our friends at Americans for Limited Government.
Posting will be reduced this afternoon and tomorrow. My daughter Karissa and I will be driving to Pierre for the one-day TeenPact class. TeenPact is a national program which helps young people learn more about their government and equips them to be better citizens. Though most of the students involved are homeschoolers, I understand that […]
Reprinted by permission of the Christian Post By Ethan Cole Christian Post Reporter Thu, Feb. 26 2009 11:15 AM EST In stark contrast to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s softer remarks on China’s human rights, the U.S. State Department report on Wednesday had sharp criticism for the eastern superpower over rights violations ranging from religious […]
As expected, President Obama expertly delivered his first speech to Congress. In the Focus Action Update, Tom Minnery, Ashley Horne and Stuart Shepard compare what he said to what he’s doing. Minnery said he heard some good things in the speech, such as Obama’s acknowledgement that fatherhood is important to education, and that this begins […]
American Minute from William J. Federer “God is behind everything, but everything hides God,” wrote Victor Hugo in his classic Les Miserables, Book 5, Chapter 4. Born FEBRUARY 26, 1802, Victor Marie Hugo was hailed as the greatest of the Romanticists poets. He is best know for writing Cromwell, 1827, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, […]