Category Archives: Political

True Patriots

My wife Cathie is a true patriot; I don’t know anyone who loves this country more than she does. Nor do I know anyone with more zeal for this country’s return to goodness and greatness than she has.   WWI … Continue reading

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Means & Ends

In 128 days we’ll have a new President of the United States of America. Unless events conspire to derail one or both of the current presumptive nominees, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will occupy that office. Even as I … Continue reading

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Can We Still be Friends?

If I vote for Donald Trump, can we still be friends? To my brothers and sisters in Christ, if I vote for Trump, will you still love me, claim me, own me as one of your own in the family … Continue reading

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Men Without Chests

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel gave the commencement speech at the US Naval Academy Friday, May 23rd, 2014.  I don’t know Hagel well and don’t really have any bones to pick with him but I found his call to the … Continue reading

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Off With Their Heads!

`Would you tell me,’ said Alice, a little timidly, `why you are painting those roses?’ Five and Seven said nothing, but looked at Two. Two began in a low voice, `Why the fact is, you see, Miss, this here ought … Continue reading

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It’s a Matter of Perspective

I enjoy reading USA Today newspapers occasionally— it’s usually on a Friday when I head to the coffee shop to read and write.  While I do at least skim most of the paper, truth is I’m really in it for … Continue reading

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Choosing to Live Intentionally in 2014

I’ve never seen an episode of Duck Dynasty but I’m familiar with all things ducky and Robertsonian (i.e., the family now famous for their duck calls, books, and television show).  Family patriarch Phil Robertson made comments about homosexuality and the … Continue reading

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