Monthly Archives: November 2015

Five Times a Day

Tonight, Thursday November 19, 2015, on his evening radio show Mark Levin declared that World War III is now in full swing. The idea seems extreme, but I have been thinking about it for a couple of hours now. World … Continue reading

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Courage

Stand for the right. Stand for the right with determination. Stand for the right with violence when necessary. — Stan Helton “One day we shall die. But all the other days we shall be alive.” ― Per Olov Enquist

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The Pledge: Are you kidding me?

Examine the pledge. Is that something you are willing to stake life and property on? I have taken the Oath of Loyalty to the Constitution of the United States. Now THAT is a pledge I renew gladly, with full respect, … Continue reading

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A Racial Question

A question this time because I do not like the answer I’m getting on my own. Something different has happened this year, something I have not seen in all my 63 years on the planet. Why is it that black people … Continue reading

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Tipping Is a Racket

The restaurant pays him $5/hr ($2.50 in some states) to carry orders from the table to the kitchen and to carry the food from the kitchen to my table. I pay him to make that experience pleasant. I cannot get … Continue reading

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Comparative Religion Class: Pay Attention

Advanced but brief lesson in comparative religion. There will be a self-graded test when this lesson is concluded. Part I — When the Jews proved incapable of living by the Law, the Lord sent Jesus to preach a New Covenant … Continue reading

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