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Obama, the Islamic State and Christian Crucifixions (Part 1)
  19 Aug 2014     12:06 am

Pundits and news agencies have questioned the validity of reports that the Islamic State is beheading children in its conquest of Syria and Iraq. But there is one fact that can’t be contested: The Sunni-dominated al-Qaida splinter group is on a war rampage using some of the most heinous and barbaric means to exterminate anyone who opposes it, particularly Christians.

In 2011, President Barack Obama declared, “The long war in Iraq will come to an end by the end of this year.” The only thing he didn’t count on was that …

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How Obama’s Leadership Cripples America (Part 2)
  12 Aug 2014     12:06 am

In 2008, Americans appointed a president they expected to unify the country, lift the oppressed and restore America’s economy and relations in the world. But almost halfway through his second term in office, Americans are more polarized, and the oppressed are more hamstrung. And our country is more unstable than ever among the global community; Iraq is only symptomatic of the greater problem.

But a single professional review of Obama’s personality profile could have shown us exactly what was in store for us with his leadership style.
I ended last week’s column …

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Obama’s Greatest Flaw, America’s Greatest Cost (Part 1)
  5 Aug 2014     12:06 am

I’m not a psychologist, but I’m intrigued by the work of those who study the mind and behavior, especially when it accurately explains why people do what they do — or can’t do what they would like or are expected to do. Case in point, President Barack Obama.

In 2008, I wrote a column titled “A Personality Profile of Barack Obama’s Leadership.” The warnings of mental health professionals then have come to fruition today. And other brain and personality experts, many of whom cast their votes for Obama at the ballot …

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Lambs to the GMO Slaughter
  29 Jul 2014     12:06 am

American diets are being bombarded with genetically modified foods. Big seed companies initiate it. Big government enables it. Big food business loves it. But Americans are the ones paying the price through their pocketbook and especially their health. And worst of all, as the old song goes, it may be “killing you softly.”

For those who may be unaware, genetically modified plants are grown from genetically modified or engineered seeds, which are created to resist insecticides and herbicides so that crops can be grown to withstand a weed-killing pesticide or integrate …

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What America Needs Now
  22 Jul 2014     12:06 am

Forty-five years ago, there was a day like few others that rallied Americans and changed America forever. Yet I could find but one or two news stories about that momentous occasion and triumph. Do you remember what it was? It’s the type of event that America needs now, maybe more than ever before.

If you’re old enough, you remember July 20, 1969, when 123 million of roughly 200 million Americans were riveted to their televisions, watching astronaut Neil Armstrong 240,000 miles from Earth. As he stepped off the Eagle — the …

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Charles (Chuck) Norris Had the Answers
  15 Jul 2014     12:06 am

I discovered someone this week who embodied the practices that I believe would restore our republic to its former heights of glory. He’s not a politician — no surprise there. He’s not a television pundit. He hasn’t written a book. He’s not a household name. He wasn’t a war hero, but he did serve in the U.S. military and was a culture and community warrior who bore a few classic American characteristics that our country needs now more than ever.

Charles H. (Chuck) Norris, 88, of rural Mason City, Iowa, was …

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Declaration Of Arms Before Independence
  8 Jul 2014     12:06 am

Most everyone knows about America’s 1776 Declaration of Independence. But did you know that on July 6 a year earlier, Congress initiated a Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking Up Arms?

It’s true. According to History, on July 6, 1775, just a day after our Founding Fathers issued their Olive Branch Petition to King George III, Congress gave just reason for taking up arms against Great Britain. In the declaration, they wrote they would rather “die freemen rather than to live slaves.”
Three months earlier, patriot resistance and “the shot …

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The American Flag: ‘A Threat’?
  1 Jul 2014     12:06 am

It’s the very symbol of patriotism — Old Glory, as William Driver, a 19th-century American sea captain, nicknamed it. But even as we close in on Independence Day, more and more people across the country are calling the American flag a threat and inappropriate home garnishing.

A week ago, the landlord of a Texas man called the American flag “a threat to the Muslim community” and ordered him to remove it from his home, according to KHOU-TV.
Duy Tran said the Stars and Stripes means a lot to him. Posting the flag …

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Blocking Faith, Family And Freedom Websites
  24 Jun 2014     12:06 am

As most kids are screaming “School’s out for summer,” 18-year-old high-school student Andrew Lampart is still trying to figure out why his school’s Internet service blocked him from gathering conservative facts for his side of the argument on his school debate team.

Andrew told Fox News, “I knew it was important to get facts for both sides of the case.” But when he tried to do an Internet search of conservative views, he was prevented at every turn.
After being blocked from websites supporting Americans’ constitutional right to bear arms as stated …

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President Obama Vs George Washington On Prisoner Exchange (Part 2)
  17 Jun 2014     12:06 am

Last week, I spoke about how President Barack Obama justified his prisoner swap of five senior Taliban leaders for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl by saying former military leaders and presidents, including George Washington, have engaged in prisoner of war exchange, too.

Obama’s exact words were: “This is what happens at the end of wars. That was true for George Washington; that was true for Abraham Lincoln; that was true for FDR; that’s been true of every combat situation — that at some point, you make sure that you try to …

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President Obama vs. George Washington on Prisoner Exchange (Part 1)
  10 Jun 2014     12:06 am

I have four colossal disagreements with how President Barack Obama cut the deal for the prisoner swap of five senior Taliban leaders for U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl; the former, the White House itself admits, could “absolutely” rejoin terrorist cells.

Sure, I have far more than four issues with how it all went down — for example, the absolute avoidance and disregard of constitutional submission and congressional consent. But this administration seems to have little regard for proper protocol with anything, so I’m going to focus here on a few different …

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89-Year-Old Vet Waits 68 Years for Benefits
  3 Jun 2014     12:06 am

I almost lost my Texas cool this past week when reading a Fox News report about an 89-year-old wounded World War II veteran who had to wait 68 years from the time he was on the battlefield until he received benefits. And you thought long waits and mishandling of veterans care was only a recent problem?

Milton Rackham of Belding, Michigan, who is a Purple Heart recipient, lived for decades without benefits because his records were lost in a fire; at least that’s how the Veterans Administration explained its inability to …

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Veterans, PTSD and US Government Abandonment
  27 May 2014     12:06 am

Combat veteran Kryn Miner, 44, served 11 deployments in seven years. He suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and a traumatic brain injury after a bomb blast in Afghanistan in 2010 threw him into a wall. It was one of 19 blasts he endured over two decades of service to his country.

On April 29, Kryn died after being shot by his teenage son, who was acting in defense of himself, his mother and his siblings because Kryn had threatened to kill them and pulled out a gun. Prosecutors ruled that it …

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The White House’s Cover-up of Benghazi
  13 May 2014     12:06 am

The Obama administration continues to suppress documents that could finally explain why U.S. officials lied to the world that the September 2012 attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, occurred as a protest over an American-made anti-Muslim video. And the families and friends of the four brave Americans murdered there continue to suffer without answers, reasons or justice. Is there not a shred of heart left in Washington?

USA Today explained this past week how the watchdog group Judicial Watch blew the whistle on the White House’s withholding of documents …

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My Granny’s Advice for America (Part 2)
  6 May 2014     12:06 am

A year ago, I wrote a two-part series titled “My Mom’s Advice for America.” There’s no better time than now — between my mother’s 93rd birthday (May 4) and Mother’s Day (May 11) — to talk about her mother’s advice, which my mother recorded in her autobiography, “Acts of Kindness: My Story.” 

Last week, I started by echoing what my mom said about my grandmother’s family values. Both of their models still stand as beacons of light, pointing the way America and American families need to go. 
Here’s a little more from …

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My Granny’s Advice for America (Part 1)
  29 Apr 2014     12:06 am

A year ago, I wrote a two-part series titled “My Mom’s Advice for America.” Those columns became two of my most read pieces. With both my mother’s 93rd birthday (May 4) and Mother’s Day (May 11) on the horizon, I decided to write a two-part series this year on her mother’s advice for America.

Grandmother Scarberry, whom I affectionately always called “Granny” until the day she died, was an inspirational matriarch in the family, especially in my life. Outside of God and my wife, Gena, my mom and Granny were the …

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Government-Forced Retirement at 57?
  22 Apr 2014     12:06 am

These words of Thomas Jefferson’s are etched under the dome of the Jefferson Memorial in Washington: “I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.” Imagine if Jefferson had finished that thought with these words: “Unless, of course, you’re 57 years old and a U.S. federal law enforcement officer.”

 
In the beginning of our republic, our Founding Fathers fought for freedom from governing tyranny, including for those who worked in government. And if a man’s work ethic, health and passions …

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3 Myths About Thomas Jefferson
  15 Apr 2014     12:06 am

This week holds some critical dates. April 15 haunts most Americans as a tax deadline. April 18 and 20 this year commemorate the pinnacle in Holy Week — Good Friday and Easter. But April 13 still stands as an important day that eludes most Americans. It’s the birthday of Thomas Jefferson.

We patriots love to quote the Founding Fathers, especially when they support our theses. And Jefferson remains at the top of the heap. But there are three beliefs or practices often attributed to Jefferson that are either myths or cherry-picked …

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3 Lessons Our Politicians Should Learn From Fort Hood
  8 Apr 2014     12:06 am

As with all Americans, my wife, Gena, and I had our hearts broken again last Wednesday as we heard about another killing spree at Fort Hood, Texas, in which four people died and 16 more were injured at the U.S. Army’s largest active-duty installation.

Chelsea Schilling, WorldNetDaily’s commentator editor and journalist extraordinaire, reported shortly after the tragedy: “The shooter, identified as 34-year-old Ivan Lopez, is among the dead. Lopez reportedly died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound,” but only after being confronted by a courageous female military police officer in the parking …

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US Air Force Airbrushes Religious Liberty Again
  1 Apr 2014     12:06 am

Fox News reported a few weeks ago about how the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo., removed a Bible verse from a cadet’s personal whiteboard. I am personally so disappointed that the branch of service that I served in to protect our freedoms is now trying to suppress them.

When one walks the dorm halls of the Air Force Academy, one immediately notices the hundreds of whiteboards hanging on students’ doors. This past week, Rep. Randy Forbes, R-Va., cited Air Force officials who explained that cadets “often use these boards …

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