Monthly Archives: September 2011


Why they demonize the Tea Party

(Denver Post, Sept. 25) Why are the Democrats so afraid of democracy? Do they worry that the will of the people won’t go their way? So it would seem. Several Colorado court cases illustrate the

The case for coal

(Centennial Fellow) In my lifetime, I have had the good luck to visit the Empire State Building, the Eiffel Tower, the Palace of Versailles, Westminster Abbey, the Vatican and, just recently, the Campbell County Recreation

Centennial Institute announces fall programs

p>Education, Israel, state government, the news media, and the Tea Party are in the spectrum of topics for Centennial Institute public forums in Fall 2011, according to Director John Andrews. In addition, he said, there

Thinking about the school board races

Public education is in dire straits in Colorado, and good options are lacking in this fall’s school board races, laments Susan Barnes–Gelt in the September round of Head On TV debates. Not at all, replies

I trust Buffett with his money more than he does

(CCU Faculty) President Obama’s proposal to increase taxes by 1.5 trillion over the next 10 years in the name of “fairness” is merely a smokescreen for increasing revenue to temporarily maintain what is ultimately unsustainable

In keeping America alive, we ennoble the lives lost

(Opening Remarks at Campus Ceremony, Sept. 12) How should we approach our commemoration of September 11, 2001, here at Colorado Christian University? Here are some thoughts from my perspective as director of the Centennial Institute,

A job-destroying President

(Centennial Fellow) President Barack Obama, who has been working like the devil to wipe out jobs in America, finally said he was going to give us less government to help more, although he soon enough

Andrews Looks to 2020 * Book Signing, Oct. 4

Americans must revive responsibility or lose our liberty, warns John Andrews in his new book Responsibility Reborn. Centennial Institute’s director, a former state senator and appointee of four US presidents, will outline a 10–point agenda