Category: National

The Best and Worst ‘Republicans’ In Congress

The Best and Worst ‘Republicans’ In Congress

Conservative Review recently compiled their list of the top 25 conservatives. Among those listed, you’ll see many names you’ll recognize as champions of conservative principles–the values the Republican Party claims on paper to believe in. The people on this list are the ones we can count on to behave like Republicans.

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United Airlines: A Point Missed

United Airlines: A Point Missed

I’m not here to defend United Airlines’ policy on bumping, but there is a policy. They do bump. I know it and I’m not even a flier. So how do I know airlines bump? I saw it on websites when checking out ticket prices for a friend. Tickets or reservations (or however termed) were subject to b-u-m-p-i-n-g. If I know it, I would think someone that flies would know it, too.

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Where is Your God Now?

Where is Your God Now?

It seems that no matter what the circumstance, no matter how extreme and dangerous things might be, people want to test God’s faithfulness when He warns mankind of impending danger. Is it human nature that wants to rebel against the Spirit of Christ so the flesh can attempt to justify itself? Of course, it is.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Sloppy Bookkeeping

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Sloppy Bookkeeping

On April 7, 2017, I wrote a letter to a medical service provider who uses a medical billing firm that has really sloppy bookkeeping habits. The client is an elderly man from Michigan City, Indiana.

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Stop Calling Our God-Given Faith and Morality ‘Loveless’ and ‘Biased’

Stop Calling Our God-Given Faith and Morality ‘Loveless’ and ‘Biased’

By now, millions have viewed the ad campaign which depicts two girls kissing at a sports arena while the crowd cheers as they watch on the stadium big screen. They also watched the ad that shows two men holding and caressing the little boy raised by two homosexuals.

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Going To Gunsite

Going To Gunsite

In the United States, we cherish our fundamental, Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms for defensive purposes (yes, hunting and recreation, too). Along with that right comes a great deal of responsibility, including the duty to be knowledgeable in the use and safe handling of our guns. We must also cultivate the mental preparedness for possibly having to use our gun to defend our lives or the lives those around us.

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Beginning of the End of the War on Police

Beginning of the End of the War on Police

Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered the Justice Department review of all consent decrees entered into with police and corrections departments across the country — “prosecute and settle” agreements by the Civil Rights Division whereby a liberal city agrees that it has violated the civil rights of its citizens, and agrees to implement a federal program regulating searches, stops and the use of force.

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Why America Needs Family Controlled Education

Why America Needs Family Controlled Education

When flying home from my recent travels where I had the opportunity to share at homeschool conventions in South Carolina and Nebraska, I was perusing the headlines where I saw a school in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, that recently issued 500 suspension notices (nearly ½ the student body) to students who had amassed too many unexcused absences from class.

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Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Can a Peter Pan Generation Preserve Liberty?

Psychologist Dan Kiley has identified what he calls the Peter Pan syndrome: a serious social-psychological phenomenon is besetting American males: hundreds of thousands of boys are refusing to become men. Though they have reached adult age, the are unable to face adult feelings and responsibilities.

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SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Ambulance Service was Kind

SOS: Speaking of Seniors – Ambulance Service was Kind

There are many rules in the Medicare system. This client got caught by a Medicare rule which caused an ambulance bill for $640 that Medicare would not help to cover. A few years ago, I warned seniors that the federal government would gradually change rules about Medicare to save the federal government money and push more medical costs back onto senior citizens.

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