Category: Society & Common Good

Soldiers are People, Too
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Soldiers are People, Too

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I had a good dose of reality the other night. I went to a Family Readiness Briefing with our oldest son, Matt. His brigade is being deployed soon and so the National Guard arranged a meeting to inform and support the soldiers and families as they prepare. As I looked around the auditorium, I saw […]

Pres. Ronald Reagan
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The Truth About Ronald Reagan’s Mind—and Memory

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Ron Reagan, son of the late president, continues to get attention because of speculation in his new book that his father may have begun experiencing Alzheimer’s Disease during his presidency. Ron cites two examples where his father seemed confused or forgetful, one as early as 1984 and another from 1986. Ron’s speculation ignited a very […]

Pres. Ronald Reagan
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What Would Ronald Reagan Do?

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The Gipper would call for the passage of the No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. The passage of time shrinks the reputation of some presidents (think here of Jimmy Carter, who just won’t go away) while it enlarges the reputation of others. No presidency in modern times now shines brighter than that of Ronald Reagan, […]

Obama: Friend of Shariah
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Obama: Friend of Shariah

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Like ordinary folks, presidents of the United States are known by the company they keep.  It is a test of their character.  Often it shapes their policies.  And, in the case of Barack Obama, it may blight his legacy and our nation’s security interests. Until now, one of the most egregious examples of the problem […]

Second Federal Judge Rules Against ‘Obamacare’ in 26-state Lawsuit
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Second Federal Judge Rules Against ‘Obamacare’ in 26-state Lawsuit

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A second federal judge has ruled that President Barack Obama’s health care reform law, which subsidizes abortions, is unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson, a Reagan appointee, ruled that the law violates the Constitution by requiring Americans to purchase health insurance or face a penalty, a provision that is set to begin in 2014. “I […]

The Muslim Brotherhood: The Enemy in Its Own Words
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The Muslim Brotherhood: The Enemy in Its Own Words

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As Egypt lurches towards the end of Hosni Mubarak’s regime, one way or another – by “an orderly transition to democratic rule” (as Hillary Clinton delicately puts it), through violent overthrow or simply through the demise of the ailing 82-year-old president – much is unclear. One thing that should not be is that the Muslim […]

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