Kentucky Oaks

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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Julep does it again…beautiful sales that make you not want to miss the opportunity! Julep’s beauty products omit the major toxic additives commonly found in cosmetics while maintaining superior quality with natural ingredients (i.e. Green coffee bean extract, Rosehip seed oil). Producing such things can be

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Jaime Herrera Beutler, photo by Joel Barhamand

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

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Frank Underwood

…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

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Carrington Hall

Thomas Jefferson drew the line of injury at breaking his leg or picking his pocket, but today this is offensive: “I ask you to consider both sides, read the bill, talk to your friends, talk to your family, do some research and come up with

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Roghman Roelant landscape, "Christ on the Road to Emmaus," 
1650-1660

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

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