Lee Culpepper

Posted March 03, 2008

Charter schools have benefited from a similar philosophy to the Marine Corps. They, too, “accomplish more with less.”

Posted February 25, 2008

When the competitive edge begins to dull, successful organizations and individuals often regroup and reevaluate their methods.

Posted February 15, 2008

While the mainstream media wallows in the unpleasant effect John McCain’s apparent nomination is having on the GOP, are liberals also intentionally ignoring the undeniable void of influence the two Democratic candidates pose in the Middle East?

Posted February 11, 2008

There are many heroes in this world, but the word “hero” itself has become a hackneyed label. Time and again it is circumstance that brings out an individual’s heroic qualities.

Posted February 01, 2008

In the rare case of McCain’s hero image lasting longer than four hours, readers should seek immediate medical attention.

Posted January 09, 2008

Inspirational champions and proven leaders have it. But it does not require raw talent. Confidence developed from two crucial requirements produces the edge in life that certain people possess.

Posted December 25, 2007

As God has a plan for everything, the relationship between a man and his dog is fascinating. I would have never imagined, however, that God would choose a 57-pound, white English bulldog to teach me so much about the value of patience and composed leadership.

Posted December 11, 2007

After sexually molesting her 13-year-old student, 25-year-old middle school teacher Kelsey Peterson deported the illegally immigrated kid to Mexico.

Posted November 22, 2007

As Thanksgiving approaches, I’ve been wondering why we all possess a tendency to become so dazzled with ourselves whenever we encounter success. Perhaps the wisdom we need to understand such foolishness lies in the biblical story about Lucifer.

Posted November 12, 2007

Our quibbling politicians seem to succeed only at letting us down. They brazenly promote self-centered agendas versus honoring their oaths to serve regular Americans like you and me.

Posted November 04, 2007

The latest politically correct attempt to feign offense over The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (which unleashes Mark Twain’s piercing wit and bitter criticism of society) is currently smoldering in North Richland Hills, Texas.

Posted October 29, 2007

Liberal politicians quiver in bliss -- stroking their delusional consciences. They pimp a provocative fantasy that liberals are born superiorly caring and compassionate. For liberals, lamenting social injustices indulges some perverse pleasures.

Posted October 12, 2007

Wednesday’s school shooting in Cleveland, Ohio, emphasizes the foolish perils of gun-free zones and wishful thinking. Equipped with metal detectors and an armed security guard, Success Tech Academy still failed to prevent a fourteen-year-old juvenile delinquent from entering the school prepared to kill defenseless people.

Posted September 18, 2007

When good Americans go bad, there's one man who is their best friend: General David Petraeus. In fact, no congressman is too much for him to handle -- he rehabilitates mentally unstable liberals; he leads brave military people. He is the Congress Whisperer.