Communists are burning flags in Chicago. If you will, they were “trying that in a large town” in their protests at a Jason Aldean concert in the Windy City. Aldean is best known for his hit, “Try That in a Small Town.”
Whatever the reason someone was throwing out the picture of the Constitutional Convention of 1787, the fact is that the Constitution is worth keeping in high regard.
Is there any hope for our constitutional republic during times like this? I think we can find answers from President Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, delivered on March 4, 1865, in the final weeks of the Civil War, after he won a contentious battle for re-election.
Their school has the classic image of a Minuteman, holding his rifle, as their logo. But now the school board there has voted 4 to 1 to replace that image with a bear (costing the taxpayers $200,000).
Technically they are not Washington's “110 rules of civility.” But he has helped make them famous. In many ways, this list of 110 maxims is similar to the book of Proverbs.
Better to light a candle than to curse the darkness, as the old saying goes. One man who is lighting many candles in our time — yea, even floodlights — is Kirk Cameron.
But now, if the Chinese Communists have their way, the whole story of Jesus and the adulterous woman will be completely turned on its head.
This is the era of the ungrateful American. This is the time when some Americans pour contempt on their country — even before the whole world.
Why is confidence in college plummeting today?
Contrary to what some Church of England officials say, we need to strengthen our view of the father, including our Heavenly Father, not to continue to emasculate it.