Mr. President Barack Obama,As the leader of the free world I'm sure you are a very busy man, so I will try and make this brief. I am a young mother of six beautiful children. I am a Pro-Life wife, a devout Catholic, and an Army veteran. I know you have very little respect for the opinions or values of pro-lifers like myself, and I'm sure that what I have to say will not move you in any way whatsoever towards the plight of the unborn. However, since we still have free speech in America, I cannot stand by ... read more »
In 1926, it was announced that the second week of February to be, what was then, "Negro History Week". This week was chosen by historian and journalist, Carter G. Woodson and, what is now, the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH), because it marked the birthday of both the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809) and social reformer and orator, Frederick Douglass (February, 1818).The ASALH, a non-profit organization, was founded in Chicago... read more »
Together, we resolved that a great nation must care for the vulnerable, and protect its people from life’s worst hazards and misfortune.
~ President Barack Obama during his 2nd inaugural address January 21, 2013.
Too bad these words don't apply to the unborn. The number above is how many lives have been snuffed out because of legalized abortion through Roe v. Wade. This does not include the hundreds of mothers that have perished from said abortion. Click here to visit The Blackmun Wall. How can we as... read more »
Yesterday I discovered possibly the worse book/movie plot ever; it irritated and offended me on so many levels I’m having a hard time writing this because I’m so annoyed. If you plan on seeing or reading Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter, please skip this post. If just the title made you suck you teeth, read on. [...] read more »
I’m not a negative nelly--I’m a cautious student of history. Like most people around the country I was happy when George Zimmerman was finally taken into custody on Wednesday. Happy, notecstatic. My husband, some friends and some twitter followers were confused when I didn’t echo their triumphant shouts that "Justice had been served" for Trayvon Martin and his family. Despite the hype that some of my companions feel, I stick by my view of cautious optimism, and for good, historical reason.
Do you rememb... read more »