In 2008 the theme was, “We won. and the other party can sit in the back.” But now it’s 2011 and after a punishing election which the majority party lost badly, the new theme is, Bipartisanship. From proposals to have Democrats and Republicans sit together, as if congress were an elementary school assembly instead of the legislative body of the nation, to calls for civility and tamped down rhetoric, there’s a sudden emphasis on everyone getting along and working together.
Time capsule message that tells the tale of what happened
By Judi McLeod Full Story
Sweet Granny has been the protagonist in fairytales since time immemorial. In Little Red Riding Hood, poor Granny was swallowed whole and her clothing donned by a wolf who waited in bed for her innocent granddaughter.
In the current Marxist driven era, Granny has become the real-life protagonist with death panels getting closer to the day when they can pull the plug on her life.
Robert E. Lee: Remembering An American Legend
By Calvin E. Johnson Jr. Full Story
America has always loved her heroes like: Baseball Legend-Babe Ruth, Golf Great-Ben Hogan, Movie Actor-John Wayne and…..
Wednesday, January 19, 2011, is the 204th birthday of General Robert E. Lee.
Young people will get a school holiday in remembrance of Dr. Martin Luther King whose birthday is January 15th. But, will anyone tell them that January 19th is also the birthday of Robert E. Lee?
Booker T. Washington, America’s great Black-American Educator wrote in 1910,
“The first white people in America, certainly the first in the South to exhibit their interest in the reaching of the Negro and saving his soul through the medium of the Sunday-school were Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.”
Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, right? What could be more American? It’s a right of passage for many young girls to set up a folding table in front of a local business and sell their little cookies and what American doesn’t get a warm feeling in their heart when they see those peppy little ones chirping out, “would you like to buy some cookies?” Who could be against that? Who would want to set up a situation where Girl Scouts would be turned away from their traditional cookie-selling outposts?