I get a sense of feeling ridiculous when I respond to so many articles from WND, but I can’t constrain myself from doing it. The commentary is just too good, and then there are simple stories like this one that are just about the good things in life.
The insanity that is going on around us is wearing me down, but the remainder of this day will be filled with thoughts of the German Shepard (a black and white) that I had while growing up.
Princess loved playing catch, but not with a ball or Frisbee. She loved catching rocks ... continue reading »
Regarding your story “Democrats ‘wholly own’ Obamacare catastrophe”: Let’s say those who built the dysfunctional Obamacare website were each paid a princely wage of $150 per hour for the job. At this wage and a reported cost of $634,000,000 for the Obamacare website, taxpayers paid for 4,226,666 man-hours, or 528,333 work-days (eight-hour days), or 2,113 work-years (at 250 work days per year) toward the building of a website that doesn’t work.
Barack Obama and Kathleen Sebelius have lot of explai ... continue reading »
Joseph Farah: Great column today! Praise the Lord – I couldn’t agree with you more. However, just as Israel could not/would not turn from sin and repent, it seems that WE can’t/won’t, either!
I believe that humanism, TV, movies, porn, ungodly music and churches with false Bibles and ungodly/paganized “praise and worship” have taken away people’s heart and will to resist evil. I could be wrong, but that’s my first reaction.
Thank you for continuing to stand for the Truth and being “salt and ligh ... continue reading »
Pat Buchanan’s latest column nails it as only Pat can. Know Obamacare is a disaster? Then by all means keep Kathleen Sebelius at the helm. No program can succeed when led by mind-numbing incompetence. Those calling for her ouster should instead tell her she’s doing a great job and should continue. That would surely finish this ill-conceived societal death wish.
Hi, Joseph. In your recent column “Have defenders of liberty given up?” you wrote, “I’m ready to storm the barricades with you. But I’m not a political activist. I’m just a writer and businessman.”
I beg to differ with you. You are not just a writer and businessman. You are a writer and businessman who uses his talent to move the cause forward. You storm the barricades, using your God-given talent, every time you write an opinion piece. Your words provide encouragement to others like me, who storm the ... continue reading »
You said in “Have defenders of liberty given up?” that you really want to hear from people. Well, here I am.
In this column, you articulated the same questions and sentiments I have – or, more accurately, that I am nearly overwhelmed by. I, too, am ready to “storm the barricades.”
I think sufficient outrage is there in some other folks, too, but I think what’s missing is solid leadership. So far no one has emerged as the leader to spark substantial activism and resistance, to give it feet and to show ... continue reading »