Tweet Is it a coincidence that, the day before Hanukkah, my blog is suddenly hopping with references to the Second Amendment? After all, Hanukkah commemorates a battle against government tyranny, something that happens only when a citizenry can protect itself. No, I don’t think it’s coincidence, especially because I just read that The Daily Caller [...]
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Tweet Hanukkah starts tomorrow night at sunset. David Goldman explains beautifully how important this holiday is to our modern understanding of individual freedom, the value of life, and faith in God. It is not, and shouldn’t be, Christmas’ echo. Each holiday is an important remembrance in its own right. And here’s a little happy song [...]
Tweet I just have to pat myself on the back here, because I came up with a genius idea. We bought our Christmas tree (er, pardon, Hanukkah bush) today. Prices this year have been surprisingly low, so I ended up purchasing a 7′ tall tree for all of $40.00. It’s a gorgeous tree. Getting a [...]