If this administration was a school student, they would have been graded as failed and even denied social promotion. Let’s go to class, especially in light of recent events in Russia and Ukraine:
Cutting military and Veterans benefits is harmful. Doing so during wartime is disgraceful. Politicians who embrace this approach do so at their own peril and weaken our country.
Tonight is the President’s State of the Union Speech. Yet with the country at war there are heroes that will be forgotten in the name of political correctness.
Yesterday was the 2014 March for Life. The diversity of the crowd shows why leftist New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was petty, silly, and prejudicial in saying that pro-lifers were “extreme conservatives.”
Sometimes heroes are not recognized when they should be. The case of COL (RET) Kathy Platoni, and her fellow survivors and victims of the Ft. Hood Terrorist Attack of November, 2009, is a sad example of this. The prevalence of political correctness is not helping in this situation.
The Supreme Court recently shot down a suit from Liberty University in regards to forced government intrusion containing radical health care mandates. However tyranny inevitably fails.
As he was presenting evidence of the Soviet Union aggressively putting nuclear missiles in Cuba, Adlai Stevenson said “Shall we have a look?” in seeing the evidence of Communist aggression.
This “deal” with Iran is not a deal at all. It is a farce, cloaked in the appeasement of 1938, which is as bad as the promise that everyone gets to keep their current health insurance plan.
It is impossible to capture, in one article, the breadth of emotions and reverberations of history that happened as a result of the shooting of President John F. Kennedy.
Steve Ross is a remarkable person. A Holocaust survivor, Army Veteran, family man, and a person of great faith, Steve knows the decency and goodness of America and its fighting men and women.
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