“Constitution has enemies, secret and professed”

American Minute with Bill Federer “Constitution has enemies, secret and professed” -Daniel Webster Considered one of the five greatest Senators in U.S. history, Daniel Webster’s statue stands in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall, placed there by the State of New Hampshire. His career spanned almost four decades, serving as Secretary of State for Presidents William Harrison, John Tyler, … More “Constitution has enemies, secret and professed”

Boy Scouts: A great organization until bankrupted by leadership moral failure

I was a cub and boy scout long ago, and I am sad to see this once proud organization disintegrate into such a disgraceful state. We highly recommend those who are seeking the kind of leadership and morals that the BSA once stood for contact Trail Life USA mentioned at the end of this article. … More Boy Scouts: A great organization until bankrupted by leadership moral failure

The COVID-19 Vaccine: A Matter of Life

With the growing DEMAND for mandatory vaccination, this article is very timely in evaluating risks for taking the vaccine.  The COVID-19 Vaccine: A Matter of Life American Pastors Network President Sam Rohrer Addresses Critical Vaccine-Related Health and Ethical Concerns One of the top questions every American is asking about the COVID-19 pandemic is, “Should I take … More The COVID-19 Vaccine: A Matter of Life

Civility is the keystone of this Replubic

This is the kind of cooperation and civility that I remember from our rightly ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES when I was young. Not the bitterness and infighting of today.  Pa. state reps reach across the aisle to promote civility; the keystone of democracy As a Democratic state representative from Philadelphia and a Republican state representative from Cumberland … More Civility is the keystone of this Replubic

What if What We Saw Yesterday {1/6} at the Capitol Is Us?

What if What We Saw Yesterday at the Capitol Is Us? In the introduction to his book The Content Trap, author Bharat Anand asks readers to consider what caused The Yellowstone Fires of 1988, which lasted for months and destroyed over 1.3 million acres of the world’s oldest, and one of our nation’s most treasured, national parks. The traditional … More What if What We Saw Yesterday {1/6} at the Capitol Is Us?