But it's not my fault!

by Patrice Lewis -- Ah, victimhood. The rallying cry of all good liberals. Nothing is our fault. I know of a lady who owns a second home here in north Idaho. Most more…

Here she comes, Miss Integrity

by Patrice Lewis -- I'm sure you've all heard about the Miss USA pageant in which Miss California, Carrie Prejean, got nailed on a question about gay marriage posed by celebrity blogger more…

Tea for 2 … million?

by Patrice Lewis -- Well, they tried. The mainstream media honestly tried to ignore the April 15 tea parties around the country. When the sheer quantity became irrefutable, the media joined government more…

Homeschoolers' greatest fear

by Patrice Lewis -- An old Chinese curse supposedly translates as, "May you live in interesting times." (An even better curse is, "May you come to the attention of those in authority." more…

Selective feminism

by Patrice Lewis -- I have a problem with feminists. Gee, what a surprise. Feminists believe that women should have equal political, social, intellectual and economic rights as men. On the surface more…

Tea is boiling over in Flyover Country

by Patrice Lewis -- As a writer, I am sometimes in a position to see questions other writers pose while seeking information for their pieces. Recently this query came across my computer: more…

Playing God with homeschoolers

by Patrice Lewis -- Let's say there is a kid in school, a 13-year-old girl. We'll call her Jane. Jane is perfectly normal. She wears low-cut jeans that show a bare midriff more…

I'm depressed … but preparing

by Patrice Lewis -- I just learned a depressing statistic: The unemployment rate in our corner of Idaho is 13.6 percent. Keep this in mind for a moment. A couple weeks ago more…

What is a socialist?

by Patrice Lewis -- The one fascinating thing I'm learning in writing for WND is the staggering ability of so many people to deny reality. In last week's column, I pointed out more…