Monthly Archives: September 2014

Farewell Captain

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School Accused of ‘Purging’ Christian Books by Todd Starnes

It’s hard to imagine that any school would have a problem with a book about a Christian family that helped Jews escape the Holocaust. But Springs Charter Schools in Temecula, Calif., not only had a problem with “The Hiding Place,” … Continue reading

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Review of James Madison: A Life Reconsidered

Lynne Cheney’s James Madison: A Life Reconsidered, a biography of the 4th President of the United States, is a comprehensive look at one of the most important yet unknown of America’s founders. The book begins with highlights from Madison’s childhood, … Continue reading

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Review of Raptor 6

In Ronie Kendig’s Raptor 6 (Quiet Professionals #1), Captain Dean Watters is leading his team of Special Forces while trying to forget the haunting memories of his past. When several computers go missing that could compromise national security and put … Continue reading

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Happy Constitution Day!

Originally posted on Katherine's Chronicle:
The Constitution of the United States: A Transcription Note: The following text is a transcription of the Constitution in its original form. Items that are hyperlinked have since been amended or superseded. We the…

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The History of the Star-Spangled Banner by David Barton

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A Tribute for 9-11-01

Everyone remembers And has a story to tell Of where they were and what they did The day the towers fell The day was like any other Tens of thousands went to work Unafraid and unaware Of the danger that … Continue reading

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