Today is Constitution Day

Today is Constitution Day

On September 17, 1787 a small band of men, 39 in total, set in motion an idea that was formulated and placed on parchment, eventually circulated among the several states for ratification that would become the law of the land and the beacon of hope for the entire...
Shalom, Sam Sharp

Shalom, Sam Sharp

Sam, whom I met as a patriot, was scared for our future. I have no doubt that he would have given up his well-earned fortune to ensure Liberty for just one more minute.

Goodbye Mr. Hooper, hello kid Ritalin

Goodbye Mr. Hooper, hello kid Ritalin

I am in the midst of proofreading my book, How To Dad, so maybe I’m a bit sensitive to this. But since Sesame Street was such a part of my childhood, it matters to me. And I think it does point to a cultural misstep that my own father participated in and I think...
Why we are leaving the Boy Scouts of America

Why we are leaving the Boy Scouts of America

Here’s the problem: You can’t say, “I don’t want my boy sharing a tent with that homosexual boy,” because then you are discriminating. The BSA will actually wind up FORCING boys to sleep in a tent where everyone knows the attraction for one boy is to your boy. In the name of diversity, openness, and non-discrimination.

Book Review: The Five Laws of Liberty

Book Review: The Five Laws of Liberty

This entry is part 1 of 3 in the series Book Reviews

Do yourself a favor. Pick up this book. You can read it over a week’s worth of lunches. Then start figuring out what you can do, with the guidance of Scott’s suggestions, to bring true Freedom and Liberty back to the hallowed shores of this great Gift we call America!