The roots of the problems in our nation date back further than most Americans think. Recently, Ellis Washington brought one of these to our attention: the socialization of education, beginning in the latter part of the 19th century.
Before the end of the 19th century, most education was in the hands of parents, churches and private schools. These were all close to home, subject to the wishes of parents and usually taught values consistent with the desires of an overwhelmingly Christian population.
But under the influence of John Dewey and his ilk, public education arose, funded by pu ... continue reading »
[To Joseph Farah:] Thank you so much for your awesome WND publication that I read every day! Great article on the tea party, which highlights the reality of the government’s intention of disarming American citizens.
WND absolutely ROCKS! Warm and thankful regards that you write with such insight, integrity and journalistic style and truth!
S. Lyn Samuelson
You are obviously a bunch of racist, selfish bastards! Still raising the Obama religious question. What the f— does it matter what religious beliefs he holds? He doesn’t need any religious beliefs. Heil Hitler, you a–holes!
Re: Matt Barber’s column, “All life is not equal”
I love Matt’s style and thought lines – like a male version of Ann Coulter, only without occasional lapses.
The feminists have, in general, long given up the battle that a fetus is a baby and it is simply their right to end a baby’s life because a foolish God thought the womb was a perfect “safe” haven of love nourishment, couple reward and individual meaning (to bring new life into the world and love it to death, not murder it to death).
Of course, He knew the ev ... continue reading »
Re: Joseph Farah’s column, “Hillary’s contempt of Congress”
Yes, of course this is contempt of Congress. More to the point, it’s contempt of the American people. But, you know what? It doesn’t matter because Congress will not challenge her (excepting Rand Paul). Because Congress, and I’m speaking of the Republicans, is a bunch of wussies. They will not stand up on behalf of the constituents who elected them (and I am one). All they care about is their next election.
Thanks to the inherently robust nature of our economy, there are currently signs of more job creation. It’s good news indeed for many. However, there is still massive unemployment and underemployment.
So right on time from the insulated halls of Congress come calls for immigration “reform.” “Reform” translated for the uninformed means a massive influx of those with no interest in learning English who will work for much less than native born, swamp an already overstressed medical care system and be fast-tracked to citizenship so they can vote overwhelming for Democrats.
In the midst of all this, t ... continue reading »