Gas is getting expensive again. A year ago, according to AAA’s Daily Fuel Gauge Report, the price of a gallon of regular unleaded was $2.051. That was a reasonable price, one, relatively speaking, that did not hurt American pocketbooks.
If you heed the mainstream media, you’ll conclude that terrorists are as plentiful and pestilential as politicians. Reinforcing that misperception is the $52 billion of our taxes the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) annually spends. And the policies and procedures at one of the DHS’s sub-bureaucracies, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), presume that bad guys swarm our airports, scheming to blow every flight sky-high.
“You are a letter from Christ, written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone but on tablets of human hearts” (2 Corinthians 1–4). These words aptly conclude the wonderful Christian family drama Letters to God, directed by David Nixon (Fireproof) and Patrick Doughtie. Inspired by the true story of Doughtie’s son, who was diagnosed with brain cancer, Letters to God is a tale of redemption, faith, and love, one whose message is unparalleled by any other film.
Jack Cassell is too much for some people. He’s the Florida doctor who told his patients to go elsewhere for treatment if they voted for Obama. The message posted on his office door: “If you voted for Obama, seek urological care elsewhere. Changes to your health begin right now, not in four years.”
Elena Kagan, Solicitor General of the United States and former dean of Harvard Law School, is widely believed to the frontrunner for President Obama's nomination to succeed retiring Justice John Paul Stevens on the U.S. Supreme Court.