On September 11, 2001, the United States of America came under attack by Islamofascists who were representative of millions around the world who hated - who, in fact, still hate - our way of life. Thousands of Americans were killed and injured. The iconic Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York … Continue reading 9/11: All Americans should visit the memorials
One of the most basic foundations for any person of faith is the notion put forth by 18th century English poet Alexander Pope in that "to err is human, to forgive divine", and that we should love even our enemies. But how far does that go? Are the families and friends of those killed in the … Continue reading 9/11: Are we expected to forgive?
The picture accompanying this story might look like a scene out of some late 1960's, Gump-esque, anti-Vietnam War rally with counter-culture hippies, radicals, and others disenchanted with the actions and policies of their government protesting those actions and policies.However, the picture, one that many of you likely have never seen because the former mainstream media … Continue reading Join the 912 Project
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Welcome to the real world, President-elect Obama. It was one thing to use speaking eloquence and the Chicago political machine to rise to power. It was one thing to win a U.S. Senate seat, and then use dissatisfaction with the status quo to rise to the Presidency. But that inexperience is about to catch up … Continue reading Islamism Series: Challenging Obama