Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tomorrow is Promised to No Man

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Huckabee Opposes Conservatives on Common Core

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Perhaps OJ Could Be Paroled to Help Search

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What Eric Holder Should Have Said in Ferguson

Eric Holder is one of two men in the country (the other is our dear Leader) who could’ve come into Ferguson and immediately brought a sense of calm to the community. He could have—and should have—said to the “protesters” . … Continue reading

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Opry Memories of Robin Williams

More than a few years ago, I was on the PR staff at Opryland USA in Nashville and attended a benefit show at the Grand Ole Opry House. The evening featured Minnie Pearl, James Taylor, Amy Grant. . . and … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Reclaim Our Destiny

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Has America Lost Its Spine . . . Along With Its Bake Sales?

When I read the story today (http://bit.ly/1oeQbvv) about Waccamaw Middle School shutting down its fundraiser bake sale because the items to be sold were not compatible with federal nutrition standards established by the unelected, yet apparently all-powerful, Michelle Obama, I was … Continue reading

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Thank You, Lord, for Choosing to Stay

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Carter’s View of the Conflict in Israel is Hamas Backwards

Well, based on his asinine comments about Hamas in today’s Weekly Standard—http://tws.io/1kkyDOj—it looks at though Jimmy Carter isn’t happy that Barack Obama has replaced him as the worst President in American history. But someone should tell Carter that his ridiculous … Continue reading

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