By Carol Rushton In the 1790s and early 1800s, the United States was a very young, very small, and very weak country compared to its counterparts in Europe. Despite defeating the British military, the greatest military in the world at that time, the U.S. found itself broke and in debt. It had no army and […]
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By Carol Rushton In the past month, the Democrats have started competing against one another to see who can be the most radical, leftist in the Democrat Party. When one Democrat comes up with a proposal that leaves you scratching your head and thinking, “Surely it can’t become any kookier than this,” lo and behold, […]
by Paula Schnittger The word just jumped into my mind during devotions this morning – COMPASSION. I have been reading through the history of the beginning of an organization (called Overseas Christian Servicemen Centers – now called Cadence) that God used to bring me to Christ back in 1964 in the Philippines where my father […]
By Carol Rushton With so much going on in our country right now, it is hard to keep up with everything. This is why you might have missed that two Muslim women elected to the House of Representatives, one in Minnesota and one in Michigan. Both are Democrats, both are unabashedly anti-Semitic Muslims, and both […]
by David Schnittger My first 15 years of formal education was in the public school. I attended public school during my elementary and secondary years. I also attended a public college for my first two years of advanced education. I have many happy memories of my years in public school and had many fine teachers […]