Monthly Archives: May 2013

Only One Leg to Stand On

It is good to see President Obama getting back into doing what he does best: giving stuff away in exchange for electoral support. This article describes the new drive to lower interest rates of student loans held by the government. … Continue reading

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God Laughs at His Enemies

I started a new morning routine now that school is over. I decided to work my way through Psalms using Spurgeon’s “Treasury of David”. Here is part of the second Psalm: Ps 2:1-6 Why do the nations rage, And the … Continue reading

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Memorial Day Post

We showed “Taking Chance” last night in church. We had a tough transition following the movie to celebrating birthdays with some great deserts. It was a tough transition because of the emotional impact of the film. I think there is … Continue reading

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Worse than Imagined

Former acting IRS Commissioner Steve Miller testified before the House Ways and Means Committee today. Powerline shared this video. The first example shared talks of a woman who tried to get her local tea party organization recognized by the IRS. … Continue reading

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Benghazi: The Spiritual Stakes

I was in a classroom before the triple advent of reality became known to the greater public. I speak of Benghazi, the IRS and the tapping of news reporters phones. The class was an integrated class with an equal number … Continue reading

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A Brave Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie wrote a piece in the New York Times talking about her decision and the actual operation concerning her double mastectomy. Bravely done! Here is a quote: But I am writing about it now because I hope that other … Continue reading

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Just a Phrase used in a Letter

Nice video from Prager University on the history of the infamous phrase: “Separation of church and state”. We have freedom that was understood to be undergirded by Christian morality. Remove the Christian morality from our nation and you will lose … Continue reading

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September 11 Beheadings Connected to the Tsarnaevs?

I read this article by Pamela Geller and could hardly believe this was the first I heard of this. Here are a couple quotes: “I have been posting on the unsolved triple murder of three young Jewish men (two devout) … Continue reading

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Tebow Blackball?

This was news to me. Here is a great article about it. One quote: The truth is that it is the best part of Tim Tebow that they can’t accept – his character. They hide behind the release and the … Continue reading

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My Man Skylar

Every once in a while life gives you little pictures that are worth their weight in gold. Joan and I have become acquainted with a young man named Skylar through our substitute teaching. He is a special ed student, who … Continue reading

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