Quote of The Day – David McIntosh on Government

In the United States it is Independence day. Yet, we say “Happy 4th.” I hope we don’t forget what the day really means. Happy Independence day to you, friends. 🙂 The Lord’s Prayer is 66 words, the Gettysburg Address is 286 words, and there are 1,322 words in the Declaration of Independence. Yet, government regulations…

Quote of the Day – Mary Travers On Civil Rights

On this day in 1964 President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act into law. Things didn’t change overnight, some would say that ideas and ideals are still changing. Today’s quote reflects that. We’ve learned that it will take more than one generation to bring about change. The fight for civil rights has developed…

Quote of the Day – John Grisham on Today

Always a page-turner, I’m a big fan of the author John Grisham. His books about legal theory, racial tensions, and southern traditions have all made me think. I’ve read just about everything he’s written and I wouldn’t dare pick a favorite. I do like this quote, though. You live your life today, Not tomorrow, and…

Quote of the Day – Marshall Lumsden on Freedom of Speech

Of all the rights the Bill of Rights affords us, my most favorite is the Freedom of Speech, running close behind is the right against unreasonable search and State’s Rights not enumerated. I love spirited discussions, I love it when educated people come together with their ideas and stand firm upon them. I just hate…