Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Destiny Of Character Gives Hope That In Humanity’s Dark Streets Can Shine An “Everlasting Light”

Phillips Brooks was 30 years old in 1865 when he delivered his sermon on the death of Abraham Lincoln saying,  “The more we see of events, the less we come to believe in any fate or destiny except the destiny … Continue reading

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New State Mandate Requires Ohio Students To Show Knowledge Of Constitution / “Original Texts”

The Ohio House has passed legislation, SB-165, making it a new requirement that all Ohio schools teach the “original texts” of “the Declaration of Independence, the Northwest Ordinance, the United States Constitution and its amendments, with emphasis on the Bill … Continue reading

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Congressman Turner Again Votes With Republican Majority And Again Fails To Explain His Vote

I see that my local congressman, Mike Turner, OH-3, voted with the Republican majority in the House to block the bipartisan Senate action extending unemployment and the payroll tax cut by two months. Typical for Turner, he released no statement … Continue reading

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