I recently finished listening to the audio version of Brother Andrew’s God’s Smuggler (it’s available for free until the end of February). Brother Andrew was a self-appointed missionary to those behind the Iron Curtain during the height of the Cold War, smuggling Bibles and aid to oppressed churches. At the end of his amazing story, [...]
Author Archive: Anita Morrill
Anita Morrill is an adjunct professor of U.S. History and Western Civilization at Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC). She is a graduate of Grace University in Omaha, NE, attended the Focus on the Family Institute in Colorado Springs, CO and earned an M.A. in Military History from Norwich University. Anita, her husband and their two young sons reside in Des Moines, IA.
Those who don’t learn history are doomed to repeat it. Don’t forget the lesson of the Reichstag during Nazi Germany.
Mitt Romney made his final arguments to Iowa while stopping in Des Moines on Sunday morning speaking to a crowd of approximately 4400 supporters.
Considering the context of Mitt Romney’s “binders of women” comment the context should be apparent that he was talking about their resumes.
Voting for Gary Johnson and the Libertarian Party or some other 3rd Party candidate may make the difference between an Obama or Romney White House.
Parents can use last night’s Vice Presidential debate and the rest of the election to teach their kids about their role as future voters.