Video: Perfect Ideas (By Stuart Shepard)

Stuart Shepard of Focus on the Family Action takes a trip to Washington, D.C. to look at America’s Godly heritage.

At a time when many in government express a disregard for the will of the people, Stuart examines the principles that guided Thomas Jefferson and the other Founding Fathers, the faith that they shared, and the source of our freedoms and our government’s powers.

Se more by Stuart Shepard here.

The President’s Health Care Plan: It Still Includes Abortion

On Monday, President Obama revealed his version of health care reform. Though legislative language hasn’t been released yet, enough details have surfaced about the bill to conclude that the president hasn’t listened to the American people. This “new” bill looks a lot like the old bill. According to Americans United for Life, that means it still has serious implications for the unborn.


Lessons in Leadership: Noah Webster

Today, Noah Webster (1758 – 1843) may be among the least-known early Americans, but many of those familiar with him believe him to be one of the fathers of education in this country.

If you haven’t already guessed it, Noah Webster is the same man whose name is printed on the cover of the dictionary; he wrote it, and spent many long hours—and a great deal of his money—researching the etymology, uses, and definitions of each word in it. Webster’s work on the dictionary is extensive enough as it is, but he also worked a great deal toward improving childhood education in early America, and for that reason we look to him for this week’s Lessons in Leadership.