First of all, thank you for all that you do with WND. Your efforts as editor and your columns are among my 20 daily news sources from all over the political spectrum.
I liked your column today about the London attack. I think there is one factor that I haven’t seen addressed in any news story or column yet that I think people may be missing or is too politically incorrect for folks to comment about.
While I disagree with the person attacking the mosque worshipers, I can fully understand what I think may have been h ... continue reading »
Driving home from a rained-out baseball game with one of my sons recently, an old Aerosmith song, “What It Takes,” played on our car radio tuned to a local radio station. It got me to thinking: That song is comparable to the way America’s Republican leader in the U.S. Senate and speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives are acting out against the American people including those in their state or district.
Tell me what evidence exists that refutes the claim of their actions proving that they are actively trying to lose the party’s majority while preventing America’s president fr ... continue reading »
Over the past few days, I’ve seen images of Members of Congress coming together to pray. First was Democrats praying for their Republican colleagues after the horrible shooting spree. Second was lawmakers praying before the charity baseball game Thursday.
This may be great inspiration for high-school administrators who continuously cower to atheists and ban prayers at graduation ceremonies. If the lawmakers can pray in public, isn’t it common sense that high-school grads should have the same privilege?
Now is the time to take a stand against the bullies from the ACLU and Freedom from Religion Foundation, and grant ... continue reading »
E plurbis unum traditionally has been translated to mean “Out of many, one” and has been generally accepted as the motto of the United States, where the phrase signifies the diversity of the American people and the ability of those people to function in unity regardless of individual differences in race, religion and other considerations.
E plurbis unum has long been a source of American pride, which demonstrates the virtues of acceptance and tolerance in a democracy. Whiles other cultures and nations resort to violence to resolve disputes among themselves, we have taken enormous pride in the fact th ... continue reading »
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is a mule for the Deep State. That Mueller – despite closetsful of blatant if not staggering conflicts of interests – hasn’t recused himself from special counsel telegraphs he is a servile pack-animal for the venomous D.C. establishment. As a Deep State actor in a nonsensical politically motivated witch hunt, Mueller will exacerbate not allay tensions tearing America apart. Is that his role? Will history judge that, wittingly or not, it was Bob Mueller’s tainted hand that last pushed a precarious republic – a nation struggling to rebalance itself – over the cliff and into the abyss?