MISSION STATEMENTTo do all I can each day for as long as I can to help ensure that my grandchildren’s children have the same opportunity and Liberty my generation has enjoyed, to the glory of God.
Monthly Archives: December 2011
Know the truth today! December 26, 2011. Christmas is now over around the world. Here in the United States of America, although virtually all family celebrations are past, today is the official holiday. It seems a perfect time to note … Continue reading
The former President explained his problem with Speaker Gingrich, “I had a conflict with him at one point,” Bush told the Houston Chronicle. “I’m not his biggest advocate.” Bush made clear he is only “backing” Romney, not “endorsing him.” It … Continue reading
An international classic given the world nearly 190 years ago by an Englishman named Clement Clark Moore. It is performed here by Dick Van Dyke and the Vantastix. Enjoy as you prepare for your own celebration.
As Jews celebrate the 8 days of Hanukkah this year, a rare thing is happening. Hanukkah, December 20-27, is bracketing Christmas. Hanukkah is the celebration of the completion of the rebuilt Second Temple and marks miracles given the Jews from … Continue reading
Different Candidates, Different Minds Governor Romney’s fix for Obamacare is to sort through the 327,911 words on more than 2,700 dirty pages. Watch: Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, on the other hand, is determined to start with a clean sheet of paper, … Continue reading
And it came to pass in those days that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed. 2(And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.) 3And all went to … Continue reading
The Curtis L. Carlson School of Management is the Business College at the University of Minnesota—just down the road from my place. It is the scene of a surprise “Flash Mob” invasion from the U of M School of Music … Continue reading