Monthly Archives: January 2010

THE STATE OF THE UNION: REVIEWING THE REVIEWS

On Wednesday evening last week, our president got up in front of Congress, the Supreme Court and the American People, and he gave a long speech.   Below is a video of the speech.  Here is the transcript. Here is a … Continue reading

Posted in Constitutional Government, Marriage

FOCUS ON THE OBJECTIVE

What is the long run objective?  Each family works to prepare the next generation.  From the time they are born, each parent has the opportunity to mold the character of the children he and she brings into the world. As Christian parents, we prepare … Continue reading

Posted in School Choice

FAMILY FOUNDATION DAY AT THE CAPITOL

I had the pleasure today of attending Family Foundation Day At The Capitol.  This is an event sponsored by The Family Foundation.  What was the agenda? From 10 – 12 AM we heard speeches from an assortment of our legislators and from Lieutenant … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen Responsibilities

A CONSEQUENCE OF SOCIALISM AND MONOPOLY?

On the 14th of January, Jay Matthews asked an interesting question, Suburbs too good for charters?  In his column, Matthews wonders why they are so few charter schools in the suburbs.  Here is how he begins. Why are there so … Continue reading

Posted in School Choice

VOTE IN THE SPECIAL ELECTION

On Tuesday, January 12, 2010, there is an election in the 37th State Senate District.   The race is between Republican Steve Hunt and Democrat Dave Marsden.  If you live in the 37th State Senate District, please take the time to learn about … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized