[To Joseph Farah, regarding “When I’m 64? Wait a minute – I am 64”] Thank you so much for the wonderful article today. I also am 64 and had forgotten about that song until today when I read your commentary.
If today is your birthday, hope it is a blessed one!
Mr. Farah, President Trump should rely heavily on your advice for his next selection to the Supreme Court [“Memo to Trump: Pick Barrett, not Kavanaugh”]. You have been consistently correct in your assessments of those being nominated for such positions.
President Trump has been extremely busy seeking the office of the presidency and then serving as president. You have been totally involved keeping an eye on politicians seeking entrance into this political world. You are a friend to him, and to our nation. Your record is unquestionable!
I think it goes all the way back to the 1960s! As a young, unworldly 18-year-old bride, I joined my military husband at Ft. Lee in Virginia in May of 1967. We were there for almost seven months.
When I was eight months’ pregnant, along with a neighbor, walked off the military installation where we lived and started to cross the street to go to a hamburger joint to get the standard burger, fries and coke. We made it to the middle of the street across from the post and several young Democrat hooligans, hoods, whatever you wanted to call them, who threw bricks, bottles, garbage from their meals that they got ... continue reading »
It seems the left has a clear vision for America. Unfortunately, their vision appears modeled on the ancient city of Sodom and Gomorrah. It’s a totally out-of-control place where up is down and morality has no rudder. It’s a place where a bold-face lie can be just as pure as the driven snow! Citizens don’t have to deal with pesky things like reality; they simply embrace the ongoing “utopian magic speak” spewing from pillars of the community. In this modern Sodom and Gomorrah, money is not a problem … it’s always hot off the printing press!