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April 1, 2007

Back To Back Vote-Ola

Filed under: Politics In General,Uncategorized - 01 Apr 2007

The dust has barely settled over the Vote-Ola flap no one wants to talk about; where everything was fine and peachy because money was going to be paid to a company that was not the person endorsing Hillary Clinton for …

March 30, 2007

Krugman and Friedman – Part One

My neighbor David Lane asked for reactions to Mr. Krugman’s essay, which appeared in the February 15, 2007, edition of “The New York Review of Books.” Mr. Krugman pays tribute to the late Milton Friedman, but disagrees with some aspects …

March 15, 2007

Satan, Islamic Terrorists, And The Democrats Are Out And About

All human beings are in one way or another involved in a great controversy between Christ and Satan. God’s sovereignty over the universe was put into question a long time ago by a willful defector. The conflict began in heaven …

March 2, 2007

Minuteman Founder Under Attack By Internal Terrorists

Filed under: Immigration,Uncategorized - 02 Mar 2007

For years, Jim Gilchrist had been concerned about the illegal alien invasion of America, which is so evident in southern California. On September 11, 2001, as he watched the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers, he was outraged that these …

Speaker Pelosi: Al Gore’s Oscar, Dick Cheney’s Life, and Dubya’s Phone Manners

Filed under: Politics In General,Uncategorized - 02 Mar 2007

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has made headlines all over the world recently with her eyeball-to-eyeball conflagration with Vice President Dick Cheney. Pelosi actually wanted to have a heart-to-heart session, but the Veep smelled the obvious trap and declined.

Howard Dean’s Version of “Catch an Illegal Immigrant

Filed under: Immigration,Uncategorized - 02 Mar 2007

Democrat National Committee Chairman Howard Dean announced a new program to counter the “Catch an Illegal Alien” game played by Republicans on college campuses.

February 22, 2007

Take This Job and Shove It

I will not seek the Presidency in 2008. By the way, that sound you hear is a collective “Whew!” coming up from around the world. Sure, I have more charisma and common sense than Joe Biden and I’ve done …

February 21, 2007

Global Warming, Climate Change, Politics and Funding of Think Tanks Considered

Filed under: Politics In General,Uncategorized - 21 Feb 2007

Is the Modern World working to solve the problems of human air pollution in all industrialized nations? Are politicians and world leaders really concerned with the air in the atmosphere? Who started this Global Warming Scare? Is it even real? …

Connectedness

Filed under: Religion & Faith,Uncategorized - 21 Feb 2007

Modern life isolates each of us. The church community unites us and gives meaning to our lives.

February 10, 2007

Get A New Job!

The current race for the White House resembles drive-time on an L.A. freeway: more traffic than the road was intended to bear, everyone jockeying for a place in the fast lane and a bit of road-rage. For people in the …

February 4, 2007

They Were Expendable: What Roe has told America’s youth

While there remains no end in sight to legalized abortion, the annual March for Life continues to illustrate one trend that ought to alarm the pro-abortion movement.

February 1, 2007

Why Roe vs. Wade is Losing Ground

Filed under: Abortion,Featured Conservative,Uncategorized - 01 Feb 2007

I tuned in to local and cable channels every day looking for news on the March for Life events I knew were being held in the nation’s capitol for the 34th anniversary of Roe vs. Wade. But I could find …

January 31, 2007

What’s Bad About Moral Certitude?

Several days ago, I received an E-mail from a fellow who had read my recent series on atheism. His response started out rather promising, but unfortunately our dialogue degenerated into a progressively less civil exchange.

January 30, 2007

The Importance of Families

Filed under: Uncategorized - 30 Jan 2007

Malachi, a prophet who probably ministered in the 60 years after the first groups of Israelites returned to Jerusalem from Babylon, gives us God’s Word on the subject.

January 26, 2007

The State of the Union: An Ordinary Citizen Responds

Filed under: Immigration,Politics In General,Uncategorized - 26 Jan 2007

After the president has spoken, the Democrats will respond, in both English and Spanish. All of the speeches will be loaded with outrageous hyperbole and exaggerations, if not downright lies. The real problems facing the nation will be …

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