April 16, 2012 0Comment

In addition to the fact that Mississippi has more churches per ca-pita, Mississippians on average give more to charity than other states, and that Mississippians are always one of the first to help others when tragedy strikes, Mississippi has a rich culture.

March 15, 2012 0Comment

By Judson Berger Published March 15, 2012 | FoxNews.com   Print   Email   Share   Comments inShare13 AP As the Obama administration tries to respond to rising gas prices by touting an all-of-the-above strategy for energy independence, its own alternative energy initiatives are getting slammed from both sides. The administration for the past six months has been under fire for blowing through nearly $530 million on Solyndra, the solar panel firm that filed for bankruptcy last September. A new government report now finds the loan program that funded Solyndra continues to suffer from management problems. RELATED STORIESuReport: What Are You Paying at the Pump? Submit…

March 15, 2012 0Comment

By Penny Young Nance Published March 15, 2012 | FoxNews.com   Print   Email   Share   Comments inShare3 AP March 14, 2012: President Barack Obama answers a question during a joint news conference with British Prime Minister David Cameron of the Rose Garden at the White House in Washington. I saw it coming. No, I’m not talking about Courtney winning on the “Bachelor” Monday night. Instead, I’m talking about President Obama kicking off his week-long outreach of events to court American women. We’ve seen this before. The president just like that boy in high school that treats his girlfriend like dirt over and over again but…

February 16, 2012 0Comment

When you think someone is lying what do you do? You present them with the truth and that should settle the matter. Well when people can’t use the truth to defend their position what do they do? They try to change the topic or muddy the argument with hyperbole and excuses. I was struck by an interview with White House Chief of staff Jack Lew. When asked point blank by Chris Wallace (a well respected journalist) whether or not President Obama failed to keep his promise of cutting the budget deficit in half by the end of his first term,…

February 6, 2012 0Comment

There is a narrative out there that conservatives don’t care about the environment. Well that is simply not true. We all want clean water, blue skies, and a beautiful countryside. The difference is the view of how we manage our resources. If you look around the world which nations are the dirtiest? Poorer nations struggling to survive can’t afford, or won’t, spend the money to prevent pollution. You also have countries like India and China who have such huge populations to feed that worries about polluting the the environment are overlooked to maintain stability. A full belly is less likely…

February 5, 2012 0Comment

Published February 04, 2012 | FoxNews.com A multibillion-dollar stimulus push to modernize the nation’s power grid is raising cybersecurity concerns, as the Department of Energy’s official watchdog reports that dozens of grant recipients came to the table with inadequate security plans. The finding comes amid new warnings about cybersecurity threats, and a rash of international cyber attacks. The power grid program in question is in the Energy Department, and received a $3.5 billion infusion in the 2009 stimulus package. That money was awarded to 99 recipients, with individual grants ranging up to $200 million. In a January report, the inspector general…

February 2, 2012 0Comment

The following article demonstrates the flaw in argument that conservatives are more likely to be racist than liberals. Clearly the Southern States are more conservative than other parts of the country and yet minorities have better opportunities there. Why is that? Conservative values are about giving a hand up not a hand out. Conservatives care just as much for the poor as liberals do, the difference is they want to teach a man to fish so he can feed himself for life, not just give him a fish for today.   By Marisol Bello, USA TODAY African Americans and Latinos…

February 2, 2012 0Comment

I like Newt for years he has been one of my favorite analysts of current events. I was rooting for him when he was the elder statesman speaking above the fray and not beating up on his opponents. His ability to draw a parallel to historical events to support all his positions give his words and ideas real weight. I like Rick Santorum,  he always demonstrated a solid factual knowledge of important events and good insights on how to address them. Ron Paul’s passion for less government is admirable, but some of his positions on legalizing drugs, allowing Iran to have…

January 29, 2012 0Comment

I don’t care if President Obama is black, blue, pink, purple, socialist, communist, Christian, Muslim, or an alien. Whether you like him, love him, or hate him, the bottom line is he has one undeniable flaw. During the campaign of 2008 he promoted himself as the person who could unify the left and the right, and he has proven beyond doubt that he can not do that. You can blame whoever you want, but that doesn’t change the fact that he does not have the ability to bring the right and the left together. So unless you want another 4…

January 9, 2012 0Comment

How often do you hear of an Atheist being persecuted? I have never heard of Atheists being being discriminated against or publicly mocked and humiliated. Yet why do they do they persecute those of faith? Why do they fight against Christmas? Truthfully I pity them, what gives them hope in life? People of faith have the hope of God’s love for his children and the afterlife with him. If you do not believe then what purpose does your life have? To what end do you work? What becomes of you when your life is over? A life without God is…