As we pick up the remnants of fireworks in the streets from yesterday’s celebration of the Fourth of July, we should be mindful that we are remembering the Declaration of Independence, a message to Great Bri
Pulse of the Heartland
I’ve been “out of it” for a few months due to some sort of intestinal distress that has defied diagnosis. However, I seem to be back to my old self, whatever that was, and howling as much as ever.
Many people have been shocked by this week’s District Court ruling that polygamy is not a crime.
If you think that the traditional family household was best for the United States, you are probably going to be disappointed by the latest report from the Bureau of the Census.
For more years than I care to count, I’ve been writing about the benefits that accompany education.
There was nothing remarkable about the day. I had been sitting in one of the most boring classes that I ever attended in college, just watching the clock. It was Nov.
My father was one of 10 children; seven of them were in the armed services during World War II. The other three were too young, but they also joined up when they came of age.