Monthly Archives: July 2010

Are You Free?

Some piece of eye candy on Fox News this morning told me they’re going to keep me informed on “what I need to know”.   What qualifies any news program to appoint itself to the role of deciding “what I … Continue reading

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Does Ridding Ourselves of Obama Solve Our Problems?

On July 28th Obama was interviewed on “The View”.  The next day, Sam Youngman wrote an article entitled, “President Obama calls African-Americans a ‘mongrel people’”, which was published in “The Hill”.  One of the comments made by readers reveals an … Continue reading

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Insulting Foreign Visitors

Judge Bolton argued, “Certain categories of people with transitional status and foreign visitors from countries that are part of the the Visa Waiver Program will not have readily available documentation of their authorization to remain in the United States, thus … Continue reading

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Government of The People, by The People and for The People…

… is pretty much nonexistent. The Constitution is hidden in some dark corner, out of the way. Government by oligarchy is alive and well. In the latest example of rule by the oligarchy, Arizona’s law to enforce existing federal law … Continue reading

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Too Heavenly Minded?

I was admonished by a pastor once, “Don’t be so heavenly minded that you’re no earthly good.”  At the time perhaps my head was in the clouds, or I was “over spiritualizing” a topic of discussion.  But many years have … Continue reading

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Faith vs. Works

“Through him and for his name’s sake, we received grace and apostleship to call people from among all the Gentiles to the obedience that comes from faith.” _ Romans 1:5 We’ve had almost two thousand years since the resurrection of … Continue reading

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Many of us refer to Independence Day as our nation’s birthday.  And many of us celebrate the 4th of July just like a big birthday party.  While there is nothing inherently wrong with that practice, it tends to pull us … Continue reading

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