My wife and I have been trying to find painted miniature toy soldiers for our oldest grandchild. We came across a set of Civil War soldiers that included Union and Confederate soldiers. There was something odd about what we saw. Both the Union and Confederate soldiers are carrying the same US flags
If you’ve ever gotten into a debate with someone and you quote a source to support your claim, you will often hear, “Well, that’s just your interpretation,” even though the point you’re making is there in black on white. It’s frustrating. I know, because I do it for a living.
I know Judge Moore, and I guarantee you that he knows more about the Constitution and the founding of America than Chuck Todd does.
After a meeting with a group of Christians in Dallas, Texas, to strategize about the recent pro-homosexual SCOTUS ruling, I was driven to the airport by a young man from Ethiopia. I asked him if he knew of Abebe Bikila. He gave me a big smile. He knew of him. everybody
The following story is getting some traction. I suspect there are other stories like this about which parents never hear a thing. They don’t know what their children are being taught or what they’re not being taught. “Cassidy Vines recently began noticing a change in her daughter’s behavior. The kindergartener began
Sam Cooke’s well-known classic song “Wonderful World” contains these lines: Don’t know much about history Don’t know much biology Don’t know much about a science book Don’t know much about the French I took I don’t know what knowledge President Obama has of biology (his support of homosexual marriage makes
Sloppy scholarship plays a role in fractured historical accounts as one writer quotes another writer without realizing that the first writer never based his study on original source documents for support of his historical claims. The quotation or referenced event is repeated so often by so many in any number