Parables and analogies for the campaign

by Pat Boone -- Well, here we go. The race is on – and truly, may the best man win. Please, God. The candidates have been selected, the platforms have been detailed more…

Barack Obama: Role model for our youth?

by Pat Boone -- George Washington was our first president. He was also known as the boy who, when asked by his father who cut down the treasured cherry tree, replied, "Father, more…

Grand master of the old shell game

by Pat Boone -- "Now you see it … now you don't!" The hands are in constant motion, lifting, swapping and placing the walnut shells in ever-shifting positions, occasionally giving a glimpse more…

'The 1st gay president' – a line in the sand

by Pat Boone -- It was likely the most stunning magazine cover in American history. Newsweek, with new ownership and editorship, trying desperately to regain former readership and relevance, portrayed President Barack more…

America's urgent energy alert, Part 3

by Pat Boone -- This is my eighth – and likely final – column on the absolute necessity of America's reassuming the lead in developing nuclear fusion (not fission) as the last more…

America's urgent energy alert, Part 2

by Pat Boone -- Read Part 1 of this series. OK, now the plot is thickening. For a year now, I, Pat Boone – not a scientist, just an ordinary citizen who more…

Urgent energy alert for America, Part 1

by Pat Boone -- Almost exactly a year ago, I began a series of five articles on "Our First, Best, and Only Hope." Hope to restore America's economy through the development of more…

The imperial 'I'

by Pat Boone -- In 2007, America thought it was electing a president. We never dreamed we were electing an emperor. Are you among the many who've noticed, for a long time more…

1 conservative's new year's resolutions

by Pat Boone -- Wisdom shouts in the streets. She cries out in the public square. She calls to the crowds along the main street, to those gathered in front of the more…

Giving thanks for the chaos

by Pat Boone -- What do you do when your world caves in? When the things you hold most dear are lost, or nearly gone? When the problems you face are so more…