Hunter Biden has a new career: painting and selling his artwork. While that’s good for him, it’s not so good for dad. Big ethics issue.
“‘The whole thing is a really bad idea,” said Richard Painter, who was chief ethics lawyer to President George W. … Read More
In 1826, a month before the 50th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote a letter to Washington publisher, and civic leader Robert C. Weightman declining an invitation to attend next month’s celebration due to his “sufferings and sickness.”
While the first reading … Read More
Entitlement is the new justification where people behave badly believing they can pretty much do whatever they want by claiming… “It’s my right to (fill in the blank).”
They feel entitled to refuse to wear masks and social distance (even though federal guidelines are intended … Read More
With the rate of vaccinations continuing to rise and the number of COVID-19 cases declining, Americans are jumping back into life.
Yesterday, California’s governor announced that the state was open for business with a few guidelines.
“Californians who are two weeks removed from their last … Read More
…it’s about us. It’s about those who support him, those who mimic, tweet, or Facebook his outrage and lies, and those who remain silent.
He’s no longer president. He no longer has direct control of our lives. There’s nothing left but the clown show of … Read More
For 3 long days, the battle raged. The following night, in a heavy rain, General Lee withdrew his troops from the battlefield of Gettysburg. The union had won a costly but critical battle and turned the tide of the Civil War.
Four months later, Lincoln, … Read More
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. … Read More