Almost two years ago, I wrote an article, “Drug Free for Free Money,” in which I applauded Florida Governor Rick Scott for requiring adults applying for welfare assistance to undergo drug screening. I thought it was a great idea and still do. But, then, I don’t wear a black muu muu. Immediately after the law […]
Ariel Knights, 22-year old unwed mother of a pre-schooler, found herself pregnant again, even though she learned during her first pregnancy she had uterine didelphys. The genetic condition results in a double uterus with individual cervices. After being told the second pregnancy could put her life at risk, she went to a clinic to have […]
In a recent column by Bill McClellan in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, he suggested, as a way to cut government spending, that we eliminate military funerals for all veterans except for those who died in combat. He states that buglers who play “Taps” make $24.50 per service and, although, not excessive, the government is just […]
In July of 2008, then candidate, Barack Obama, was singing a whole different tune. On January 20, 2009, the day President Obama took office, the national debt was $10.6 trillion. Today, it’s $16.7 trillion. On this day, in 2017, it’s projected to be $22.2 trillion.
With all the political correctness, secular progressive propaganda and outright craziness going on in schools today, I wonder if kids are actually learning anything at all. In my world, you went to school, learned a skill (as I did in my vocational high school), and got a job. Higher education came much later for me. […]