In his 1961 Inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed the instantly famous words “ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country”. Unfortunately, many World War II and Korean War veterans did not notice the next paragraph of Kennedy’s address announcing “a new alliance for
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David R. Usher, In his 1961 Inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy proclaimed the instantly famous words “ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country”. This sounded tremendously patriotic in the midst of the surly cold war with the Soviet Union and the looming Cuban
Bryan Crabtree, Donald Trump has no choice but to soften his view on deporting eleven million illegal immigrants. I’m not disagreeing with the idea of deporting these illegals. I’m simply explaining why he has to alter his position. Over the last two decades we have allowed our country to become overwhelmed by Third World values.
Roger L Simon, PJMedia the welter of cable commentary over Donald Trump’s overwhelming victories in the so-called “Acela primary” Tuesday, among the most startling was an aside by CNN’s Van Jones that Trump could win the election if he got just 25% of the black vote. Now this didn’t make the African-American activist who co-founded and is
Diana West, Charles C. Foster is a pro-mass-immigration, pro-executive amnesty Houston superlawyer. He supports the import of Syrian refugees into the state of Texas, as he explained in this 2015 op-ed in the Houston Chronicle. He supports Obama’s executive amnesty, as he wrote in a 2014 op-ed in the Houston Chronicle. He supports the HIB visa program, arguing in