Let’s Talk About Obamacare

With just five days to go before the healthcare bill is put into effect, officials from both sides of the aisle are scrambling to get their affairs in order, make last-minute decisions, and rally supporters, either for or against the new law. But no one has taken such a bold and decisive stand against ObamacareContinue reading “Let’s Talk About Obamacare”

Victory Through Tragedy

On this particularly difficult day in America, I’d like for us to take a moment and pray for those who were directly affected by the 9/11 terror attacks twelve years ago. Pray for their hearts, wounded and salted by this anniversary. Pray for their courage as they seek a nearly unreachable forgiveness. Pray for theirContinue reading “Victory Through Tragedy”

A Blessing in Disguise?

There’s now an AdoptingJames Facebook page which just went up today! Click like, directly to your right and receive all your updates and other fun stuff. Be sure to share it with your friends. (Article begins after jump.)  CLICK LIKE –> Yesterday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that DOMA is (Defense of Marriage Act)Continue reading “A Blessing in Disguise?”

“America Will Never Forget Their Sacrifices”

The following is taken from The American Patriot’s Almanac by William J. Bennett and John T.E. Cribb Memorial Day, the last Monday of May, is the day we honor Americans who gave their lives in military service. This holiday was originally called Decoration Day and honored soldiers who had died during the Civil War. Immediately after theContinue reading ““America Will Never Forget Their Sacrifices””

President Obama Adresses Planned Parenthood

I try to stay quiet on political issues on this blog, but there are just a few things that I cannot stay quiet about. Besides, it’s not hard for any regular follower to read between the lines on where I stand on many issues. Last week President Obama took the initiative to be the firstContinue reading “President Obama Adresses Planned Parenthood”

Lincoln’s Birthday and the Chase for His Killer

In honor of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and in the interest of my home state, California’s largest manhunt currently taking place, I could think of no other book to recommend than this today. For the average reader, a good book comes across their lap every so often and a great book lands there every other blueContinue reading “Lincoln’s Birthday and the Chase for His Killer”

Sandy Hook Massacre

Forty sets of parents are waking up childless for the second time this morning, or one child short. Siblings are waking up without their brother or sister under their roof, some only for the second time in their lives. Many dogs and cats are still sleeping on empty beds, many grandparents lost faith in thisContinue reading “Sandy Hook Massacre”