Hillary is a Liar

Kind of a shocking headline isn’t it? It shouldn’t even be news because Hillary has been lying for a while. That’s the gist of my new article “Hillary is a Liar” at the New Media Journal. While you’re reading about Hillary lying, read Chris Adamo’s article titled “Stop the Presses! Hillary Lied!”

Chris writes about how the national media have been ignoring both Bill and Hillary Clinton’s lies and drinking the Clinton Kool-Aid. While were talking about the Left, go ahead and read Frank Salvato’s latest editorial “The Insolent Arrogance of the Progressive-Left.”

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Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican

There is something you do not learn during Black History Month! According to Frances Rice, “It should come as no surprise that Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was a Republican. In that era, almost all black Americans were Republicans. Why?”…read more.

I happened upon a wonderful website, The National Black Republican Association. They have a wealth of information there and I encourage you to visit their website.

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How’s Your Day Going?

Well it’s another Monday and you might be thinking, “what’s the use?”

I just cannot get ahead no matter what I do! I wasn’t given a fair shake! My needs are not being met and no one cares!

I want you to meet my new hero. His name is Nick Vujicic and he is a living example of what Jesus Christ can do in a life regardless your circumstances. Hat tip to Rob Sutphin for bringing this amazing man to my attention.

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Six Months Ago

Six months ago today my son Eddie was killed in Iraq (September 19, 2007). So much has happened in these past six months, and yet it feels as though I found out about Eddie six minutes ago.

With all the things happening in our country and the constant drumbeat for change from our political candidates, one thing has remained constant. Jesus Christ is faithful to meet our needs before we even know we have them. My family has been greatly sustained by the Sustainer and all of your precious prayers.

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Pope’s Short-term Memory

It seems as though Pope Benedict XVI has short-term memory when it comes to Iraq. In his Palm Sunday message he said, “At the same time, I make an appeal to the Iraqi people, who for the past five years have borne the consequences of a war that provoked the breakup of their civil and social life.”

Let’s look at the Iraqi civil and social life under the rule of Saddam Hussein:

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My Interview with Greg Allen, Part 1

I was on Greg Allen’s The Right Balance yesterday and I wanted to share Part 1 with you and will release Part 2 either tomorrow or Monday. As I’ve said before, Greg Allen is the best interviewer in radio and I always enjoy visiting with Greg. The fact that he is a very close friend always makes it enjoyable. Checkout Greg’s website!

Here’s part one of the interview:

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Susan Estrich: Nasty Twists in Democratic Race

Here’s a copy of the email I sent to Fox News about Susan Estrich’s latest commentary:

Ms. Estrich’s latest commentary gives a wonderful insight into the liberal mind. Here are a few of the revealing comments in quotation marks with my commentary in italics:

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Me and Mark Levin

I know that’s not proper English (for all my readers who are teachers and former teachers), but I wanted to share with you my conversation with Mark Levin on his show last night. I had emailed Mark earlier this week and told him we would be celebrating Eddie’s birthday today and he asked me to come on his show Friday night to wish Eddie a Happy Birthday.

Mark is a wonderful human being and has been very kind to my family; the response from his listeners when he read Eddie’s “Hope Rides Alone” on the air was phenomenal. Mark was also kind enough to give a shout out to my blog and I sure appreciate that. Here is the clip from last night’s show.

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Homeschooling Harmed

I wrote in my book a chapter on education and I outline how the National Education Association, the state chapters, and teacher associations are determined to outlaw homeschooling in America.

Having grown up in California few things surprise me about the Golden State and a recent state court of appeals ruling is no different. As a parent, you do not have a right to homeschool your child if you do not have teaching credentials in California. The old saying is “as California goes, so goes the country.”

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The Star Spangled Banner

[Hat tip to Tom Jennings for emailing this to me]:

I promise that you have never heard our great nation’s National Anthem sung like this. This group is known as the Cactus Cuties and here is what the YouTube video description says about them:

This is a video of the Cactus Cuties, very talented young ladies ranging in age from 8 to 13 singing The Star Spangled Banner. The performance was at the Texas Tech vs Texas basketball game January 20, 2008 in front of over 11,000 people. The Cuties are Andi, Baylee, Blaire, Madeline and Tatum.

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I’m Just Sayin’

Where do I start?

Barack Obama says “Sermon on Mount Justifies Same-Sex Unions.”
I remember last July when Obama said that the Christian religion had been hijacked. I completely agreed with him but for different reasons I laid out in my New Media Journal article titled “Losing My Religion.” I’m not going to waste any space here rebutting this obvious heresy.

Here’s one thing I didn’t know until a few minutes ago…you ready for this? Hillary Clinton said last July that she had “felt the presence of the Holy Spirit, and I have felt the presence of the Holy Spirit on many occasions in my years on this earth.” As you read it her theology is typically “inclusive” although she does have a surprising and somewhat accurate description of the Bible.

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Super Tuesday 2

Congratulations to Senator John McCain who won the Republican nomination fair and square without a majority of conservatives. Mike Huckabee has conceded defeat to McCain and congratulated the Senator.

I’m listening to Obama’s speech from San Antonio now. This man is all style and no substance but that’s okay because that describes 90% of Obama supporters. Most Obama supporters cannot tell you anything specific why they want to vote for Obama. It’s because, he’s black, he’s a great speaker, he’s going to pull the country back together, he brings us hope…yada yada yada.

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