If you are in the Chicago location, think about attending a 1-working day convention this Thursday, July 16. For those not in a position to be there bodily, the conference will also be livestreamed on the web!
Defending the Spiritual Liberty of People Who Defend Us Ken Blackwell, Family members Analysis Council’s Senior Fellow for Loved ones Empowerment, wrote an report for Breitbart.com about the modern assaults on spiritual liberty. It is quite apparent that members of our armed forces are the ones going through outright suppression of their spiritual freedoms. Loved ones […]
I saw this book on the shelf at the library for quite a few weeks before I decided to pick it up and figure out what the title meant….I know, it was a busy time of life what can I say. … Continue reading → A Mom Knows
In Friday’s Best of the Net These days, James Taranto referenced a RAND report displaying that males and women entering cohabiting interactions have commonly differing anticipations and attitudes. Amid cohabiters aged 18 to 26, thirteen percent much more males than ladies deficiency “near-certainty” about the permanence of their connection, and fifteen per cent more men […]
Human trafficking has as soon as yet again identified its way into the media highlight. Regardless of whether it is a Saudi Princess allegedly keeping girls from their will and forcing them to work from their will or a intercourse trafficking sting in Mexico Metropolis, which freed 74 girls from captivity, we carry on to […]
Previous NSA contactor Edward Snowden would not be the very first American to consider to get “a feeling of his soul” by seeking hopefully into Vladimir Putin’s eyes. In June 2001, President George W. Bush informed the globe he experienced done that at their very first summit assembly and had noticed a excellent male there. […]
OK, so I must make a confession about this movie. I really didn’t want to go see it, I mean how many Superman movies can they make? I saw the trailers and thought well the special effects are going to … Continue reading → A Mom Knows
The very good people of Indianapolis waited for the Presidential Funeral Train to stop in their town in the spring of 1865. When it arrived, decked in mourning colors and in Union bunting, they despatched all the schoolchildren of the town past Abraham Lincoln’s bier first. They realized their young children were their ambassadors to […]