Tag: Arkansas

Moral Courage . . . & the Lack Thereof

At first, I was grateful that more states were taking a stand for religious liberty. No one expected the firestorm that has resulted. It has become a “gay-rights” agenda item. Whoever would have thought that our First Amendment guarantee of “free exercise of religion” would attempt to be undermined in this manner? Aided and abetted, of course, by a media sympathetic to the homosexual New Totalitarians. Suddenly, this is more important to the media than real threats: Disappointing as this… Read more »

The Huckabee Appeal

He came out of nowhere to end up in second place in the 2008 Republican primaries. No one thought he was a serious candidate; after all, how could anyone with a name like Huckabee be taken seriously? Yet, if not for a close loss in South Carolina, he might have been the nominee. Mike Huckabee certainly has executive experience, having served as governor of Arkansas for a decade. Of all the candidates running for president in 2008, Republican or Democrat,… Read more »