President Pinocchio

by Pat Boone -- Day after day, week after week, as I watch in amazement the actions and decisions of our new, untrained and apparently naïve young president, I find myself thinking more…

The Revolution has begun!

by Pat Boone -- It does not require a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority keen to set brush fires in peoples' minds. – Samuel Adams We called for more…

Getting personal about the economy

by Pat Boone -- Do you mind if I get personal here for a few minutes? After I do, I want to turn you over to a friend and leader I greatly more…

Christians: The new political lepers

by Pat Boone -- The beautiful island of Molokai used to be called the Leper Island. Actually, one tip of the island still houses a "leper colony," a treatment center and refuge more…

A $10 trillion Ponzi scheme

by Pat Boone -- As I write this, Bernie Madoff is getting comfortable in a jail cell, where he'll spend the rest of his life. His crime? A $50 billion Ponzi scheme, more…

We've been robbed!

by Pat Boone -- On a sunny normal day in middle America, a moving van pulls into the driveway of a nice home in a peaceful neighborhood. Only a couple of stay-at-home more…

The agenda for my first presidential term

by Pat Boone -- News Bulletin: In a stunning, unprecedented civilian uprising, President Obama, Vice President Biden, Speaker Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Reid were recalled and sent packing. Practically overnight, responding more…

It's time for another tea party

by Pat Boone -- On the evening of Dec. 16, 1773, some 7,000 angry colonists gathered in and about Old South Church, near Boston Harbor. As they milled around and waited, they more…

Who said you can't legislate morality?

by Pat Boone -- How many times have we heard liberal-minded people say, when moral issues are discussed in a political context, "Well, you can't legislate morality"? Sounds reasonable at first, doesn't more…

'Fairness Doctrine' … say what?

by Pat Boone -- It was in the Fillmore West, hallowed hall of rock music in late-'60s San Francisco. The place was jammed, and an increasingly familiar herbal haze hung like a more…