Talking Points
During World War II, the battle for Okinawa was the largest amphibious assault in the Pacific. The campaign lasted 82 days. We have maintained a large military presence on the island ever since. More than half a century later, the same can be said for Ge (read more)
Once upon a late summer's morn, the pungent odor of freshly cut grass meshed upon sweaty jerseys, pads and socks was enough to choke a horse; today, however, thanks to the generous invite to The Hillside Coaches annual kickoff picnic, it is the arresting (read more)
Over the last half-century, the United States has been engaged in hot, cold and even cultural wars. There have been wars declared on terrorism, drugs, gun ownership, traditional marriage, the minimum wage and, according to Hillary Clinton, there's an ong (read more)
Regardless of what immigration policy one prefers, your Uncle Sam cannot accomplish anything until he takes control of our borders. But what if there is no policy? A sovereign government that fails to secure its borders fails its citizenry, and this (read more)