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America is Beautiful

It’s time to take a break everybody. For two years, we have heard nothing but politics, nothing but he said/she said. This weekend was the end of it. 688 more words

Mike Pence Unveils his Lack of Respect for Women

Those of us who detest Donald Trump, also denounce his vice-president, Mike Pence. The former failure as the Governor of Indiana is not an American; he claims to be a Christian first and foremost. 435 more words

Women's March

Yesterday was a good day. 

For months, many of us have been feeling down and frightened at the idea of President Trump. We were worried about issues that mattered to us — reproductive rights, health care, immigration, climate change, the LGBT community, freedom of the press, and the list goes on. 371 more words

Sum-it-up Sunday: Peaceful transfer of Power, Protestors or Punks, Pens & Pardons

(I haven’t done a Sum-it-up Sunday in a while, but we just experienced an inauguration that it would seem irresponsible to remain silent on.)

Every four years, on a specified day in January, we get to experience the inauguration of The President of the United States – the much touted PEACEFUL TRANSITION OF POWER that became a cause for leftist panic in the lead-up to and following the election. 485 more words

Commentary

Secularism vs State Religion for Dixie

Secularism:

Is the US a Christian or secular country? Depends on how you figure. Constitutionally it is secular, but in real life it is historically Christian. 1,315 more words

Heritage & Culture

Congress

Congress

1/21/17

An excerpt from my copy of the U.S. Constitution.

Section 8

CONGRESS has the power to Promote the Progress of Science and useful Arts by securing for limited times to Authors and Inventors the exclusive Right to their respective writings and Discoveries. 325 more words