My brother who does a lot of running saw this ad in Runner’s World. I wanted to share it with you because it made me laugh out loud. Technorati Tags: Humerous, Runners, Marketing Powered by ScribeFire.
I went up to Ames with Eric Goranson today. It was a complete circus with all of the special interest groups and media. The Ron Paul group was rather energetic (I’m being diplomatic). We visited the Fair Tax rally in the morning which sounds like a very awesome idea. I encourage you to go to […]
I found this video on Governor Mike Huckabee’s YouTube Channel. Technorati Tags: Mike Huckabee, Christianity and Culture Powered by ScribeFire.
Vander Hart men have had experience in this area. Technorati Tags: Weird Al Yankovic, Comedy Powered by ScribeFire.
I remember reading that years ago on Westchester Evangelical Free Church’s sign. It has stuck with me still. A gossip is truly a relationship killer. Gossips poison conversation, they are divisive and unfortunately very prevalent in the Church. I’ve had to deal with gossip in my 15 years of youth ministry. I’ve been the subject […]
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Teachers as reserve police officers? That is a question that is currently being asked in Nevada. While I’m a supporter of 2nd Amendment rights I am not sure this is the best idea. My main problem is that teachers have too many roles as it is, and I think it would be too easy for […]
I’ve been blogging too much on politics lately. I’m feeling dirty (just kidding). I thought I would write about something different tonight. Yesterday I was reading a Des Moines article, and this gentleman in the comments section on that web page made a comment about how unbelievable the “Christian God” is because of unbelievable verses […]
I can’t say that I liked having it on a Sunday morning at 8:00am, but I did watch before church. I am taking part in a voter voices panel for the Des Moines Register. Below is what I sent into them yesterday afternoon. I was glad that the debate started on the topic of abortion […]
I guess not according to a recent poll of GOP faithful mentioned in the Carpetbagger Report. When I attended a Brownback function back in June, David Barton of Wallbuilders spoke. He said that evangelicals in 2000 and 2004 made it out to vote in the general election, but evangelicals are not as good at getting […]
Mary Katharine Ham of TownHall.com posted her latest HamNation video on YouTube. Oh, how sad that this is now considered a criminal act. Technorati Tags: Mary Katharine Ham, Political Correctness, Koran Powered by ScribeFire.
When I was growing up I loved Weird Al Yankovic, that actually may explain a lot about me. Anyway, you can imagine my delight when I discovered a bunch of his videos on YouTube. You can check out my YouTube channel in my favorites I have a bunch there. Anyway, this video is the “Saga […]
I normally don’t read Philippine news, but I have google news alerts for “juvenile justice” e-mailed to me and it is interesting what ends up in my inbox. An article, “What youth offenders need” in Tuesday’s Manila Standard Today caught my eye as an example of how not to fix an ailing juvenile justice system. […]
The Des Moines Register reported yesterday that the GOP presidential candidates fail to appeal to a key constituency. That key constituency being evangelicals. When they say “GOP presidential candidates” they of course are talking about the “top tier” candidates whom the mainstream media have already declared likely to win the nomination. It is way to […]
I heard about the I-35W bridge collapsing into the Mississippi River earlier this evening on the radio in my car. When I was watching Fox News tonight as I was working out on the elliptical trainer I heard at least seven confirmed dead and 60 people transported to area hospitals. In the midst of the […]
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