John F. McManus
Former Notre Dame President Father Theodore Hesburgh and Notre Dame Law School Professor Charles Rice both passed away last week. The two men spent most of the lives at the famous university in Indiana, but the roles they played were remarkably different.
Frequently but wrongly categorized as “conservative,” the Wall Street Journal has long promoted internationalism and loss of sovereignty for America.
High School teacher Stacie Starr at Elyria High in Ohio was named as the “top teacher” by ABC’s LIVE! With Kelly and Michael, yet less than a year later she announced she was quitting her job because she could no longer deal with Common Core.
Rights come from God, not from government. On this was built the whole system of government in the “land of the free and home of the brave.”
Disappointed Americans in great numbers see no reason to sweep the Williams mendacity under a rug. It remains to be seen how many will be willing to skip over lies told by Hillary Clinton.
An honest audit of the Fed could lead to its eventual demise and the return in America to real money backed by a commodity.
Egyptian leader Abdel Fattah el-Sisi deserves admiration for attempting to reverse the gathering storm presented by militant Islamists.
Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore just sent a letter to Alabama Governor Robert Bentley urging defiance of “judicial tyranny,” specifically asking the governor and other state officials to ignore a recent ruling by U.S. District Judge Callie Granade stating that the definition of marriage in Alabama had to conform to recent federal rulings recognizing same-sex marriage.
Every federal official solemnly swears an oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution. Once having met that requirement, practically all of these officials put the document in their bottom drawer and continue building unconstitutional government power.
Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke, Jr. aimed a stinging rebuke to the many protesters who have clogged streets, blocked highways, and demonstrated their breast-beating concern over the killing by police of two black men.