The media refuses to acknowledge racist violence in America – unless they can falsely accuse the Tea Party movement of it, that is. They have insinuated that tea party protesters are anti-black, Obama-hating racists, attempting to start violent revolutions. These accusations are false. Tea parties are about preserving the Constitution, America’s founding and heritage, [...]
On a dark Thursday in March the telephone rang and I picked up the receiver to hear my youngest child say “Something terrible has happened,” and I knew that a family member was gone.
When death takes someone you love, there is no looking back. And there is only looking back. You can’t complain there’s been [...]
People often say there is nothing worse than losing a child. Yes there is. Losing a child is only the beginning of the grief. How that child died is the other half. That knowledge will either bring a modicum of comfort, or intensify the pain.
While the Left uses their usual tactics to muster feelings of [...]
Last week I attended a Milwaukee Bucks NBA playoff game; not until today did I realize how lucky we were to avoid a civics discussion. Yesterday, the Phoenix Suns team revealed that they are going to be wearing alternative jerseys on Wednesday night with the name “Los Suns” in protest of Arizona’s new immigration crackdown.
What to do after a long day of moving arrangements and packing?
NRB’s managing editor, David Swindle, described what’s been on his reading agenda the past few weeks:
While flying out to Los Angeles last week to find our apartment I finished Howard Bloom’s first book, The Lucifer Principle. (I’d previously raved about Bloom’s newest book The [...]