The album was entitled #16, (1963) and inspired by none other than John F Kennedy, a Democrat.
It was the last album of theirs I ever bought.
I wonder if the words will work today?
says it all.
We've been blessed to be able to watch this promise proved before jumping in head first
I have no doubt that Democratic Socialism, when it emerged as the dominant political arrangement in Europe...
Over Easter weekend my wife and I watched a half-dozen Easter and Passover-themed films. Among them was the 1968 film "Shoes of the Fisherman" which actually laid out the then-current state of liberalism in Hollywood. The Catholic Church, played...
Is America an accident? A freak of Nature? Or, is America the product of Intelligent Design?
I don’t intend to try to answer the second half of that question here as that requires an inquiry into philosophy...
Anyone, anywhere, who hears the name "America" already has a first impression about America; either positive or negative. It doesn't matter if he/she is 18 or 80, and located anywhere in the world.
If abroad those...
Why I oppose sex ed for children.
Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who helped Jews hide from the Holocaust during the Nazi era. She and her older sister, and two brothers and her father, a watch-maker, were arrested, and put into prison. Her...
A Harlan County, KY native, Vassar served as an Army criminal trial lawyer in Vietnam-era Asia. After his military career, he spent a number of years in corporate manufacturing management, in the textiles industry, where he crossed paths with a few too many new-generation Gordon Gekkkos and chose to move on to consulting work on behalf of "Con los pobres de la tierra quiero yo mi suerte echar", first in SE Asia, and then in the Soviet Bloc. Vassar dedicates the remainder of his life to committing his thoughts and observations to pen and paper.