The Promise of America

Refugees Are Us

Have you seen the film, The Promise–Empires Fall, Love Survives? The film brought to mind the precious cost of freedom not easily won. With Memorial Day weekend upon us, it is a good time to see the film and remember the cost of our freedom. The Promise is a love story, yes, and a powerful […]

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Review: LINCOLN

From now on, LINCOLN will only appear correct to me in upper case letters. Watching the film, LINCOLN, was like watching genius in motion. I have not yet read the book on which the film was based, although now, I intend to. It is a thinkers film, so action adventure junkies take note. For thinkers […]

Review: Chasing Mavericks

I know the last installment of our favorite vampire saga is out this weekend, and I do have my ticket for Saturday, and I know Bond is also back in theaters; but I highly recommend you do not miss, CHASING MAVERICKS. Based on the true story of surfer Jay Moriarty, the film provides some breath-catching […]

Grand Old Flag

Liberal commentator, Alan Colmes conveniently invoked Christianity when defending the right to burn the American Flag. I don’t know where he stands spiritually, but he said “Christianity forbids making an idol of any emblem or anything, so we should not make the American Flag a holy thing.” I agree with his statement, and in America, […]

2016 Obama’s America — is a chilling vision for our future

Dinesh D’Souza did a great job of serving-up Barack Hussein Obama’s past and present on a silver platter for all to consider. Although, we say, “one is certainly not defined by his past,” we should also say, “actions speak louder than words.” The actions of the present certainly do define who President Obama is and […]