Abigail Adams

Below is from a tribute I wrote in December 2010 upon my uncle’s return from Afghanistan: As children in an American military family, my siblings and I were aware of the sacrifice that soldiers and their families make during active duty – especially during war.

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My first installment in the Flashback Friday Interviews series features Kellyanne Conway, who was recently appointed Counselor to the President. It’s now been more than six years since I met and interviewed this skillful pollster (also a mother of four), who last year became the first woman

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My Dear American Christians, During the 2016 primary elections I wrote an article entitled, “Why I Won’t Speak Against Trump In God’s Name,” in which I argued that it is unwise to dismiss Donald Trump as against God’s will and approval for civil office, or declare

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About that whole interested-in-filmmaking talk I’ve been rambling on for the past half a decade…Well, it’s finally being realized. Matthew Perdie moved to Alabama, and has temporarily taken up residence in the Fair Hills Farm Guest House as a live-in tutor in filmmaking for the

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March 8th was International Women’s Day. In fact, this month marks the 100th anniversary of the international feminist celebration initiated by Clara Zetkin, a socialist German politician who took the last name of her Russian lover, eventually married a fellow eighteen years younger than herself

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“Women are the last line of defense.” – Fire From the Heartland film trailer The following is a letter to Christian conservative women on the subject of the Bible and women in state government. Dear Sisters in Christ, As I write on this chilly October

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