Monthly Archives: June 2014

Benjamin Franklin on Character

Benjamin Franklin


Pope Francis on Religious Liberty

Pope Francis Religious Freedom

Groucho Marx on Life

Groucho Marx Doris Day

Herman Cain on Politics

Herman Cain does not mince any words about how the government has become destructive of the ideals of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and how uninformed Americans and being convinced to just take it.


Bobby Jindal on Defending the American Dream at the Road to Majority Conference

During his keynote address at the Faith and Freedom Forum’s Road to Majority 2014 Conference dinner, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA) inspired his audience to fight for preserving the American Dream. 

Throughout the Conference, many speakers noted the insidious ways that the Obama Administration has undermined religious liberty, from the Obamacare Abortion Mandate, restricting military chaplains from unfettered ministering spiritual truths to hassling conservatives in the IRS scandal.

What seemed to incense Gov. Jindal is the mantra from the left that these restrictions are being imposed for reasons of tolerance and diversity.  Per The Blaze:

“I am tired of the left. They say they’re for tolerance, they say they respect diversity. The reality is this: They respect everybody unless you happen to disagree with them. The left is trying to silence us and I’m tired of it, I won’t take it anymore.”

Will these strong words about the silent war on religious liberty as applied to health-care, education and the military be the be the cornerstone of a prospective presidential campaign in 2016?

St. Francis of Assisi on the Eucharist

St. Francis Assisi on Eucharist

FIFA Follies

Kudos to Mark Stobbart, an English actor who combined surreal cartoon sensibilities from Monty Python shorts with his love of football to create 442oons as a way to satirize the soccer community. 

Steven Wright on Communication

Steven Wright

Mike Ditka on Soccer

Mike Ditka Soccer

Warren Buffett on Derivatives

Warren Buffett