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Public Policy and Presidential Pique
July 12, 2014: President Obama's petulance grows. For proof, look no further than media reports. Two quotes from Peggy Noonan's disturbing-because-it-is-accurate piece on Barack Obama's seeming "running out the clock" presidency in The Wall Street Journal
Signs of Common Grace - And How to Use Them
June 04, 2014: Watching the recent film "Gravity," starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney, is a gripping, stay-in-your-seat experience. In sum, it's about a pair of astronauts who must grope their weightless way through space to find space stations from which they can get back to earth.
A Heavily Qualified Foreign Policy: American Diplomacy in the Obama Era
May 30, 2014: Some thoughts about President Obama's lengthy foreign policy speech at West Point a few days ago:
Saying No to Marijuana
May 14, 2014: In January, President Obama was asked about his views on marijuana. He opined that it is "not very different from the cigarettes that I smoked as a young person up through a big chunk of my adult life." And, he said, "I don't think it is more dangerous than alcohol."
Conservatives and the Constitution: The Political Imperative of Retaining our Allegiance to Constitutional Governance
May 07, 2014: Conservatism has always contended that representative self-government must be grounded in the moral self-control of its citizens, that liberty should be ordered to prevent it from descending into license, and that liberty should only be constrained in order to ensure the public good. Conservatism finds its ontological foundation in the concepts of a personal Creator, human equality under him, the nobility of man, and the reality of human imperfectability.