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 discrimination Coptic Christians are facing in Egypt, even as you read this. Just 2 days ago in Cairo, … Read more…

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, we covered as site that talked about the magic of baseball. Today we look at a site about the organization that puts those dreams into reality. It is called Little League Online, and today’s Family First Site looks at their home page.

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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, the backlash of which has had a major impact on the current election. But our country will survive, and continue to grow, thanks to the one document that has been the cornerstone of our nation, and what sets it apart from the rest of the world.

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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. Today’s Family First site visits the campaign site of the President of the United States, where he shows what he wants to accomplish in his second term of office.

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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 in a state that has vote-by-mail). But the popular vote will not decide who becomes the next president. That function falls on one of the lesser known institutions of our government, the Electoral College. Today’s Family First site is one that explains the workings of this little known but most powerful portions of our government.

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