Month: May 2011
The remembrances of my girlhood are sweet, and bitter. Nothing has changed, save the urgency of our times. The sweet and the bitter will always mingle on Memorial Day, like the living and the dead.
Home defense is surely an essential Zombie exigency. If you know Zombies, you know that you have to at least slow them down with some heavy firepower.
George H. W. Bush did not follow through with SDI and, without the threat of nuclear strike from the USSR, the program was mothballed.
Tax-payer funded embryonic stem cell research is the symbolic twin of no-limits abortion.
Obama’s amnesty plan for criminal aliens would grant citizenship to many who hate America and would change it into a socialist Mexican state.
Special Olympians know the joy of hearing cheers from the stands, and boosters jumping and clapping on the sidelines. But I sometimes think that the greatest victors are those “typical” participants; coaches, teachers, parents, and fans, whose hearts nearly burst with satisfaction each time that mountain top meets a conqueror.
Share the love!TwitterFacebookTumblrGoogle+LinkedinPinterestemailPrint Article first published as Abortion Debate Devolves to the States on Technorati. The abortion issue is no longer a national debate. This is not to say that legalized abortion, pro or con, is not on the conscience of every thinking American. But, of late, abortion has become much more of a state-to-state issue,…
It is easy to gradually devalue certain people, like children with disabilities, especially if it becomes an acceptable trend among the media and entertainment elite.