Archive for: June 14, 2009

June 14, 2009

Happy Fathers Day to Time, Chance and Random Gases

Filed under: Religion & Faith - 14 Jun 2009

The first father’s day is said to have been celebrated on June 5, 1908. The first time the day was noted was in a Methodist church in Fairmount, West Virginia. It is among one of America’s most unusual observations today …

Obama’s Enemies List Grows

Filed under: In The News - 14 Jun 2009

Just having the appearance of someone who might possibly vote for an opponent of Barack Obama could land them on the President’s enemies list where proxies do the dirty work. Political appointees in the Justice Department killed a six-month investigation …

Kansas High School Teacher Fired for Being Conservative?

Early in May, Lawrence High School of Lawrence, Kansas fired government and history teacher Tim Latham. Latham charges that District 912 fired him because he is a conservative and many of his students have since rallied to his defense. Some …

How Newt Gingrich Sabotaged The “Gingrich Revolution”

It is time to proclaim that the “Era of Reagan” is indeed dead, or at least the current “Country Club” version of the great former President, in which he has been completely reinvented. In their world, Ronald Reagan is a …