I have noticed a few things over the past few months on my Facebook and other social feeds, all of my Obama supporting friends have been quiet, No postings about how great he is, not twitters about his amazing plan for America, nothing…. Could it be that maybe with all his scandals (Scandal list here) … Continue reading 6 Things I have noticed
Image by Anu Ranasinghe via Flickr President Obama's much-told story about his mother's fight to get cancer coverage was untrue, according to a recently published book. And the White House isn't disputing the author's account. The New York Times reports that Janny Scott, in her biography, “A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama’s … Continue reading To tell the truth… Can we expect that of our politicians?
I am just returning from a two-week trip to Germany and the UK. The weather was fantastic, sunny and warm, all the trees in bloom and the grass was green, I spent many hours outside enjoying the spring. Than I returned home, to Michigan to a wind storm than snow! Yep it’s mid April and … Continue reading King Obama
Image by Getty Images via @daylife I just wanted to share the link below concerning the American poor. Based on my travels to countries such as China, Brazil, India, I would have to agree with the commentary below. GOPUSA » Commentary » Sherline: Poverty Hype … Continue reading The Poverty Hype
Image via Wikipedia With the political session to start in full swing soon, I thought I would take the time to mention a few things. As any reader of this blog knows, I am a concretive both in my faith and politics, I state my opinions, sometimes not very well received by others, but I … Continue reading A strong conviction
The past month or so I have been asked or confronted with the statements about the Catholic faith. Most often from Catholics themselves. The questions range from the very basic to the very deep and for the most part the statements have almost always been anti-conservatism or pro-liberalism if you like. Me I look at … Continue reading The Church and the Public Square