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Please Take Action for the Egyptian Christians

October 12, 2011 1 Comment

Please Take Action for the Egyptian Christians American Christians often lament the squelching of their religion everywhere they turn under the guise of selective adherence to the Constitution by atheists and other “progressive” people. However, this situation pales in comparison to the violence and di... continue reading...

Little League Baseball Online

July 9, 2005 1 Comment

Little League Baseball Online Here it is the middle of summer, and the sound of baseball in the air. Not just the major leagues, but the neighborhood games, teams that are composed of your kids, their friends, the kids down the street. Both boys and girls are involved, and a fun time is had by all. Yesterday... continue reading...

The U.S. Constitution Online

November 1, 2004 No Comments

The U.S. Constitution Online Within the next 24 to 36 hours, most of us will be casting our vote for the next President of the United States. Our political system has been undergoing a challenge that is has not occurred in over 125 years. Four years ago that system was put to its most trying challenge ever, ... continue reading...

Agenda For America

September 14, 2004 6 Comments

Agenda For America It is now the main event of the Presidential campaign season, and the fur is flying fast and furious. Both candidates are doing their best to convince the American voters that they are the best person for the job. How well of a job they do will be determined on the first Tuesday in November... continue reading...

President Elect

September 1, 2004 No Comments

President Elect Well, it is about to start. When the Republican Convention ends this week, the Presidential campaign will move into high gear. The culmination will come on the first Tuesday in November when we go to the polls and cast our vote (or, if you are in Oregon, you will have done that days before i... continue reading...

Pray the Vote

August 30, 2004 3 Comments

Pray the Vote From the first prayer offered at the Continental Congress by Jacob Duch� to Ben Franklin�s dramatic call for prayer during the Constitutional Convention, America has a rich history of reliance on prayer that continues today. Whenever our nation has called upon God for guidance and wisdom, ... continue reading...

National First Ladies Library

July 14, 2004 No Comments

National First Ladies Library One of the most difficult jobs in the world is that of President of the United States. It is a 24 hour-a-day, 7 days-a-week job, with relatively low pay relative to the responsibilities of the position. But supporting each President has been a person known as the First Lady. I... continue reading...

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation

June 11, 2004 No Comments

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation �Whatever else history may say about me when I�m gone, I hope it will record that I appealed to your best hopes, not your worst fears; to your confidence rather than your doubts. My dream is that you will travel the road ahead with liberty�s lamp guiding your s... continue reading...

The National First Ladies Library

March 28, 2004 No Comments

The National First Ladies Library One of the most difficult jobs in the world is that of President of the United States. It is a 24 hour-a-day, 7 days-a-week job, with relatively low pay relative to the responsibilities of the position. But supporting each President has been a person known as the First Lady.... continue reading...

The White House for Kids

February 27, 2003 No Comments

The White House for Kids Yesterday we looked at a site for young visitors that explained how our Congress worked. Today we look as a site that visits the home of the President of the United States, George W. Bush, and how his job is performed. Called The White House for Kids, this site explores the home of... continue reading...

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