Lone Survivor and Insufferable Anti-American Self-Righteousness

As the war in Afghanistan winds down, and as the American public is increasingly “war weary” (a phrase I find fascinating since at any given time only 0.6 percent of Americans are in uniform, and the vast majority of Americans have endured not one single second of sacrifice for the war effort since 9/11), anti-military and anti-American sentiment may be rediscovering its Vietnam-era voice. [Read more...]

Watch Mitt Romney Dance Gangnam Style

Yes, you read that correctly. [Read more...]

Frozen’s Hidden Biblical Truth: Don’t Listen to Your Heart

A beautiful princess, the evil protagonist, melodic tunes, pretty gowns, and – yes – Prince Charming. Disney movies have always included certain staples. [Read more...]

Government, Do No Harm: Re-thinking the War on Poverty

National Review Online asked me to contribute a short piece to its symposium on the 50th anniversary of Lyndon Johnson’s “War on Poverty.” [Read more...]

A Comment This White Mother Appreciated about Her Black Daughter’s Hair

If you’ve been reading this blog long, you’ve been on my hair journey with me and my daughter (who originated from Ethiopia) as we’ve laughed and cried our way through this new and daunting experience.   [Read more...]


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