The Kentucky Derby is a beautiful springtime American tradition (with a hat tip to the English part of our heritage) where we get to see at their fastest the animals that have carried so much of history on their backs: Horses. There is such a thrill
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In an interview with Marie Claire, Jaime Herrera Beutler (R-WA) recounts a congressional freshman experience that may be all too common on Capitol Hill. A committee chairman asked for her signature to co-sponsor a bill without letting her read the actual bill. Beutler refused to play
With the 24/7 news cycle, it’s easy to have a short attention span when it comes to processing information, but we have to go beyond 140 characters and fleeting headlines. Books allow us to form an argument with extensive research and serve a crucial purpose in understanding topics beyond the surface, drive-by level.
Katie Pavlich in an interview with The Conservative Book Club
…The ordinance these cyber bullies hated to lose equated sexual orientation and gender identity with race as a protected class. The problem with creating a protected class based upon behavior is it threatens freedom of conscience for those who do not want to sanction such
Don’t forget there are many people in this world who do not even know that they are supposed to care about certain issues that affect them, issues which we just happen to commit our lives to combatting. If you want to reach larger audiences, show people outside of the conservative echo-chamber whatever content it is that you made. This is the best way to get a feel for what will resonate with people outside of your immediate circles. Do not be overly sensitive to criticisms. The audience’s reactions are your best teacher.
Matthew Perdie in an interview with Anna Maria Hoffman for Counter Cultured
Cleopas and his friend departed Jerusalem with devastated and perplexed hearts. The crowds had chosen a criminal to be released during Passover season instead of the innocent man who had healed and loved them. The Pharisees condemned a man who had come to fulfill the