Nov
11
2013

  Veterans Day in the United States is a very special national holiday. This is the day that we honor all the military veterans  for their faithful service to our country. Veterans Day began after the First World War and it was called Armistice Day. This commemorated the end of armed conflict on November 11, […]

Aug
30
2013

The United States celebrates Labor Day the first Monday of each September. This is a national holiday that sometimes loses its significance. We Americans get accustomed to our annual holidays and are glad when they come around in order to get a break from the work-a-day world.  However, most of us do not know what […]

Jul
4
2013

As the birthday of America is celebrated we all will do our best to enjoy that day with family, friends, food and fun. That’s good, but I encourage everyone to engage in some serious consideration of how our country emerged. Sadly, the public schools do not present the history of America as it was presented […]

Jul
1
2013

As America prepares this week to celebrate our nations birthday it will do us well to refresh our minds and hearts as to where we came from and why America has been the greatest nation in the world for 237 years. I know there is not and never has been any perfect nation. Down through […]

Jun
13
2013

For some reason Father’s Day doesn’t seem to carry the same pizzazz as Mother’s Day. I have often wondered about that. I mean, fathers have a fairly important role in the whole process of the children thing, don’t they?  So why the “Dis of the Dads”? I know, we say it’s Father’s Day and the […]