Mr. Buchanan, I agree.
I am a Jew. My ancestors came to America in the 1880s and 1890s from Russia, Austria and England. They were proud and grateful to come here.
Like all European immigrants of that time, as you point out, they came here to be Americans – to embrace America, its traditions, its culture, language. While they kept some of their culture (as all cultures did), they left some of it at the shores for the privilege of being American. They assimilated, and did so e ... continue reading »
Dear Mr. Buchanan,
I am writing in response to your recent WND column, “America: No longer 1 nation, 1 people.”
This is a sincere question and not an attempt to “bait” an outside audience or invite pointless rhetoric from either side of the political aisle, which is why I am addressing it to you personally.
Isn’t the genius of the American experiment that we can assimilate and work for a common good? Would Mr. Buchanan have slammed the door on his own ancestors, who were fundamentally “different” th ... continue reading »
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ job was to care for veterans. The ex-secretary of the VA, Eric Shinseki, had been in control of this organization for some six years. During this time, 40 veterans died because they were denied treatment – treatment clearly they were entitled to receive from mandated providers.
Secret lists were maintained on veterans waiting to be seen by doctors. These lists covered up wait times that were exceeded. The reason these lists were used was so that tracking of wait times could be deliberately covered up.
What is more shocking is that more than $17 million were paid to doctors and admin ... continue reading »
Is the story “Teacher at elite school quits over sexy emails” necessary? I can find this crap at the check-out counters.
Mr. Joseph Farah,
Your article on the true meaning of the homosexuality lifestyle and sin was marvelous. You have a way with words.
You are so right: Love the sinner, hate the sin.
Thanks for putting it in such an easy fashion for all to know just what God has in store for those who love Him for all the right reasons.
You are especially a breath of fresh air, and we thank you and your staff for enlightening us on a daily basis.
Keep up the good work.... continue reading »
This may sound like a stupid question, but these are stupid times: If a person in the United States on a ranch fires a bullet that crosses the border and kills someone in Mexico, was murder committed?
If so, in which country is the crime committed?
This would never have been asked in prior generations because stupidity was not so widespread – but this could be a legal issue that might allow illegals to fear being shot as they approach the border, by American citizens protecting their ranches.