Fred Steiner, Requiescat in Pace

Fred Steiner died today.  Not a household name, but you have probably heard his music, as he composed the music for many hit TV shows, perhaps most notably for Perry Mason.  A very young Don McClarey loved the Perry Mason

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Houston National Cemetery: God Not Welcome

Yet another demonstration of the fundamental hostility to Christianity that lurks barely beneath the surface in the Obama administration: Local veterans and volunteer groups accuse Department of Veterans Affairs officials of censoring religious speech — including the word “God” –

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Lincoln and the Declaration of Independence

In a speech given on August 17, 1858 in Lewistown, Illinois, in the midst of the Stephen-Douglas debates, Abraham Lincoln celebrated the Declaration as a beacon of freedom: The Declaration of Independence was formed by the representatives of American liberty from

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