What should be done about men who do not directly and blatantly sell the favors of their offices for money and so place themselves within the penalties of the law? How do we deal with those who, under the guise of friendship, accept favors which … Read More
On a quiet Sunday morning at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas – a town with a population less than 700 – Devin Kelly, a former Air Force logistics worker, walked into the back of the church armed with a semi-automatic military-style weapon … Read More
In his latest book, The American Spirit, historian David McCullough had the rare privilege of addressing a joint session of Congress in 1989.
McCullough has observed much in his 84 years, and written much more about the past in books, and the present in … Read More
2007, Virginia Tech., Blacksburg, VA = 32 dead; 2012, Sandy Hook Elementary School, Newton, CT = 27 dead; 2016, Orlando, FL = 49 dead; Las Vegas, NV = 58 dead, more than 500 injured.
According to The Wall Street Journal (Oct., 2015), The United States … Read More
“The law’s totally on my side, the president can’t have a conflict of interest.” – President-Elect Trump, New York Times interview, November, 2016
During the 2016 campaign, Trump spoke dozens of times on Twitter and at rallies that his opponent, Hillary Clinton, should be prosecuted … Read More
Steve Bannon wants you to know that he’s a “good Catholic.”
Given his M.O. as an extremist flamethrower, I find that more than a little unsettling, and I’m sure Pope Francis is rolling his eyes about now.
Bannon also describes himself as a “street fighter.” … Read More
In a vigorous and powerful speech to the Senate yesterday (July 25), Arizona Senator John McCain wasn’t a Republican or Democrat; he spoke as an American and political figure fitted with the responsibility to do something for “the public good.”
He spoke less about the … Read More