Photo of Jordan Chambers with five children, four of which appear to be white

The White Slave Jordan Chambers

Dave Gillespie and Judi F. Gillespie — Surprising though it may be, it is true. Through most of the long global history of slavery, race or “blood” was largely unconnected to which side of the slave-free line of demarcation a human creature of God fell. Slavery was the fruit of war and conquest and, regardless of skin color, slaves were people who or whose ancestors … Continue reading The White Slave Jordan Chambers

American Fighter Pilot: A Tribute to a Veteran and Gentleman

Bob Bates — Toward the end of World War II in the turbulent skies over France, Belgium, Luxembourg, and Germany, thousands of rounds of German ground artillery exploded around American P-47s of the 406th Fighter Group’s 514th Squadron. Flying close support in a grouping of twelve surrounding an American B-26 heavy bomber, Lieutenant Warren Webster in his red-nosed P-47 Thunderbolt often found himself and his … Continue reading American Fighter Pilot: A Tribute to a Veteran and Gentleman

The Retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy

John Kozlowicz — With the retirement of US Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy there is considerable speculation about what effect this will have on future Supreme Court decisions. In the larger area of Supreme Court decisions, 5-4 decisions are the most infrequent ones, with unanimous decisions being the most frequent. The interest in Justice Kennedy comes from his role in close decisions affecting individual rights. … Continue reading The Retirement of Justice Anthony Kennedy