Monthly Archives: May 2015

Review of Water From My heart

  Charlie Finch is a charming and likable fellow. He is also a drug dealer, and that has occupational hazards. He spends his days out-running the cops and the consequences of his choices, but eventually the collateral damage catches up … Continue reading

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Review of The Boys In The Boat

  In his book, The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest For Gold in the 1936 Berlin Olympics, Daniel James Brown chronicles the true tale of The University of Washington rowing crew as they row for … Continue reading

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Review of Then Sings My Soul

  Due to the sudden death of her mother, prodigal daughter Nel Stewart returns to her home in Michigan and discovers her father’s desperate need for care. Will she put her career on hold in order to give her dad … Continue reading

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Race, Politics, and Lies By Thomas Sowell

Among the many painful ironies in the current racial turmoil is that communities scattered across the country were disrupted by riots and looting because of the demonstrable lie that Michael Brown was shot in the back by a white policeman … Continue reading

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A Memorial Day Tribute

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The Gathering Storm: The Eclipse of Religious Liberty and the Threat of a New Dark Age By Albert Mohler

Remarks Delivered Friday, May 15,  2015: Mister Attorney General, Mr. Sears, and distinguished guests, it is a great honor to accept the Edwin Meese III Award for Originalism and Religious Liberty. That honor is greatly magnified by the presence of … Continue reading

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Why America Was Indispensable to the Allies’ Winning World War II by Victor Davis Hanson

May 8 marked the end of World War II in Europe 70 years ago — a horrific conflict that is still fought over by historians. More than 60 million people perished — some 50 million of them in Eastern Europe, … Continue reading

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