Monthly Archives: September 2009

House votes to deny ACORN Federal Funding

September 17, 2009
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House votes to deny ACORN Federal Funding

The House voted this afternoon to deny all federal funds to scandal ridden ACORN.  Jim Abrams of AP is reporting the vote was 345 – 75 in favor of denying funds with the 75 no votes being all Democrats. In response to the vote denying it Federal funds, ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis said in a statement…

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Constitution Day: Can you pass the citizenship test?

September 17, 2009
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Constitution Day: Can you pass the citizenship test?

Two hundred twenty two years ago, thirty nine men put their signatures to one of the most profound documents in all human history:  The United States Constitution. If you’re of the “boomer” generation or older you remember the picture to the right of the Founding Fathers signing the Constitution hanging in your school.  (Usually right…

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Reflect, respect, pray, persist…..9/11 remembered, eight years on

September 11, 2009
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Reflect, respect, pray, persist…..9/11 remembered, eight years on

Eight years ago I learned of the 9/11 attacks in the same manner as two generations before me learned of Pearl Harbor.  I heard it over the radio. For hours I listened as the reports came in throughout the day.  From the initial speculation of an accident similar to the Empire State Building crash, to the realization we had…

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