I’ve heard it said that the true test of a man is what he does when nobody is looking. In the case of Dodgers baseball player Matt Kemp, he did something quietly heroic, while completely unaware that a camera was on him. Yahoo! News has the compelling story: A boy, Joshua Jones, and his father, Steve
A 7-year old Nebraskan boy with a rare form of brain cancer scored a touchdown during the University of Nebraska Spring Game. Jack Hoffman, who has been “adopted by the team”, was given the ball and had the blocks going up the field to make it to the end zone. Check it out: Sorry for
Perhaps the greatest known film critic in the United States, Roger Ebert, has passed away at 70 year old. Plagued recently by health problems, Ebert is famous for his reviews alongside long-time critic Gene Siskel and more recently Richard Roeper. The Chicago Sun-Times has an in-depth look at Ebert’s life, worth reading: For a film
Former Pennsylvania Arlen Specter passed away this morning, and his family and friends should be in your prayers. I will briefly touch on Specter’s political legacy below, but I advise my readers and fellow conservatives to take this time to display respect and human dignity, things far left liberals struggle with in moments like these.
Barack Obama stood at a press conference and lied, saying it was an outside group that effectively accused Mitt Romney of killing a woman. I pointed out this lie before, because while Priorities USA did make that claim in a video, the official Obama attack site RomneyEconomics.com parroted that obscene claim. It’s still online: The