Religious Liberty a right put out to vote

M A Y 4 , 2 0 1 5 the National Review   Nothing better illustrates the sheer irrationality of the national furor over the better illustrates religious-freedom law passed by Indiana than the absence of a national furor over the religious-freedom law passed by Arkansas the following week. Indiana passed a religious-freedom law that … Continue reading Religious Liberty a right put out to vote

Memorial Day & Arlington Nat’l Cemetery

Arlington National Cemetery, Virginia Thousands of visitors come to America's most hallowed cemetery on Memorial Day for one of two major annual observances; the first on the calendar is Memorial Day.   The other is Veterans Day, November 11. Over 300,000 veterans have been laid to rest here since the property was seized from General … Continue reading Memorial Day & Arlington Nat’l Cemetery