Hero of South Africa Nelson Mandela dies at 95

Nelson Mandela, the iconic South African anti-apartheid icon who spent 27 years in prison, died Thursday. He was 95. Mandela was battling health issues in the last few months, including a recurring lung infection that led to numerous hospitalisations. Mandela's public appearances had become increasingly rare as he dealt with his declining health. Becoming...

Remembering Pat Summerall

Former CBS NFL television commentator Pat Summerall died earlier this month on April 18th.  Seven and a half years ago I had the privilege of interviewing Pat for an article I was doing on Mickey Mantle. Summerall was a close friend of the Yankee Hall of Famer. In the late ‘50s Pat even shared the same locker stall...

It’s a Sad Day in America….

It’s a sad day in America when a U.S. citizen is threatened by local authorities with citation or even arrest because he is quietly holding two signs on a public sidewalk. The charge: California penal code 415 (disturbing the peace). The violation is defined as “unlawfully fighting in the public or challenging another person in a public...

Founders of country made compelling case for Christ says Author Jeff Daly

By James L. Lambert, book review In his new book entitled “The Spiritual Battle for the White House”, Jeffrey Daly reminds the readers throughout the book of the founder’s love of liberty. The author, who works as an independent lawyer (on the weekdays) and a pastor (on the weekend), has sprinkled the book with...

Bureaucratic endorsement of Pot Tourism in Colorado – a tragedy

Sadly bureaucrats from a state ‘task force’ endorsed ‘pot tourism’ in their state of Colorado yesterday, as reported by the Associated Press. Clearly the endorsement of this type of activity will have damaging consequences in other parts of the country as well. The report of the AP story was also reported on the popular web site (www.DrudgeReport.com)...