This is a photo of me with Judge Jeannine Pirro at the Educational Policy Conference. She did a memorable presentation about Islam. One of my favorite quotes I use from her is, “This political correctness is going to kill us.”
One of my Facebook friends wrote this:
“I’m starting to think having a President who doesn’t understand the history, traditions, or laws of his own country is a bad idea.”
The purpose of this newsletter is not to bash the president or Islamic sympathizers. We all need to be kind, loving and always reaching out to anyone who wants to hear the truth. However, there is a point when we need to be honest enough to call a foul when we see one.
The President spoke last week at the National Prayer Breakfast. First, I should point out that it was good of him to attend. Given his record of absence for the National Day of Prayer in May every year, it is noteworthy when he lends support to one of our Nation’s time honored traditions.
The President most likely trusted his speech writers to define the correct tone and content, but he still bears responsibility for putting his final approval and being the delivery agent for these messages. He ended up making comments that were hurtful and inaccurate. Continue reading