Category Archives for Freedom

Lori: For real fireworks read the Declaration

A friend tells a story about growing up in Chicago in the ‘60s. A neighbor boy he played with was … Continue reading

26. June 2013 by Lori Borgman
Categories: Common Sense, Family, Freedom | Leave a comment

Lori: Peonies help remember and honor

The peonies are slightly behind schedule for Memorial Day. I worry about such things, not because I want to, but … Continue reading

20. May 2013 by Lori Borgman
Categories: Family, Freedom, Patriotism | Leave a comment

Mary: Why I March

The dynamic in my house shifts  dramatically when one of our clan is absent. A 5-yr old goes to his … Continue reading

29. January 2013 by Mary Gates
Categories: Faith, Family, Freedom, Politics, Religion, Values, Women | 2 comments

Marybeth: Stand with Hobby Lobby for religious liberty

I bought a picture frame on Saturday. It’s just a simple, black, 5-by-7-inch frame with a plain white mat, suitable … Continue reading

09. January 2013 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: Faith, Freedom, Obama, Politics, Religion, Values | Leave a comment

Carol: Women & Guns

Not surprisingly, a recent Pew poll found that women are more likely than men to want gun control.  It’s not … Continue reading

08. January 2013 by Carol Liebau
Categories: Freedom, Politics, Women | Leave a comment

Marybeth: The reason for Ontheculture.com

Greetings, friends! Happy New Year, and welcome back to OntheCulture.com. Since all of the bloggers here are women with families … Continue reading

03. January 2013 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: Faith, Family, Freedom, Media, Politics, Values | Leave a comment

Marybeth: Has hell frozen over this December in Michigan?

LANSING, Mich. — This just in: Hell freezes over, pigs fly, Jimmy Hoffa rises from the dead, joins labor protests … Continue reading

12. December 2012 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: Freedom, Money, Politics, Values, Work | Leave a comment

Mary: A cause for hope

Undecided until election day eve, my seven year old jumped on a candidate’s bandwagon with enthusiasm and dedication at the … Continue reading

07. November 2012 by Mary Gates
Categories: Freedom, Parenting, Patriotism, Politics, Values | Leave a comment

Ursula: What to think?

I really hope that my disappointment today is misguided. I hope that the economy is, indeed, on a recovery. I … Continue reading

07. November 2012 by Ursula Hennessey
Categories: Freedom, Politics, Values | 3 comments

Stacy: U.N. Election Observers express shock at Americans refusal to submit

Apparently the Democrats, President Barack Obama and Organizing for America are so threatened by the very existence of True the … Continue reading

31. October 2012 by Stacy Washington
Categories: Freedom, Politics, Uncategorized | Tags: , , | 4 comments

Marybeth: A scary Halloween video on redistribution!

I’m a big Steven Crowder fan, and here’s why: His simple yet compelling lesson for kids on the inherent unfairness … Continue reading

31. October 2012 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: Economy, Freedom, Parenting, Politics | Leave a comment

Marybeth: Religious persecution or political correctness gone wild?

Check out the photo above, and then see the photo below. Can you spot the difference? The fans pictured are … Continue reading

22. October 2012 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: Education, Faith, Freedom, PC Values | 2 comments

Stacy: Just in time for the VP Debate ~ Hey Girl, It’s Paul Ryan

In honor of tonight’s upcoming Vice Presidential debate, I would like to kindly remind OTC’s dear readers of some salient … Continue reading

11. October 2012 by Stacy Washington
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Marybeth: Philadelphia teacher turned citizenship mission into a joke

The mission statement of Philadelphia’s Charles Carroll High School, displayed prominently on its website, offers a hopeful vision of an … Continue reading

10. October 2012 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: American Teens, Education, Freedom, Politics, Romney | 2 comments

Lori: The Death of Common Sense

Thomas Paine birthed the original “Common Sense” in the 18th Century; we in the 21st Century may have killed it. … Continue reading

05. October 2012 by Lori Borgman
Categories: Common Sense, Freedom | 1 comment

Marybeth: Look out for eroding of parental authority

It’s been an eventful week at the intersection of parenting and politics, that busy corner where decision-making often is affected … Continue reading

26. September 2012 by Marybeth Hicks
Categories: American Teens, Common Sense, Family, Freedom, Parenting, Sex, Values | 1 comment

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