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 […]
HT: Tim Schmoyer Technorati Tags: Internet Safety, Youth Culture Powered by ScribeFire.
Hey I just wanted to encourage you to go vote in an online straw poll for the GOP presidential nomination race. It is open until August 2nd. This isn’t a case of “vote early, vote often” you are only supposed to vote once. Of course I hope you vote for Mike Huckabee, but vote your […]
Does anybody else think this is a really, really bad idea? Edwards has proposed requiring employers to provide insurance or contribute to the coverage of every worker. The government would pay for insurance for lower income people and subsidize what other families pay. He also would cap the amount insurance companies can charge for profit […]
My wife and I (ok, mostly my wife 🙂 have home educated our children for six years – all three of them. I really appreciated watching this video on Governor Mike Huckabee’s stance on home education. This is just another reason of why he has my support in his bid to become our next President. […]
Tim Wilkins, the founder & director of Cross Ministry, asks this very important question in an op/ed in the Christian Post dealing with the topic of ministry to homosexuals. Check it out. Technorati Tags: Christianity and Culture, Homosexuality Powered by ScribeFire.
I’m currently sitting in Jordan Creek Mall’s food court, before going back over to Lutheran Church of Hope to man a SOY display at their ministry fair during their annual Taste of Hope. We had to check in at 3:30p, and then didn’t need to be back there until 6:00p. Anyway, I had some time […]
As the tens of readers of this blog know I’ve been writing a series of blog posts on Jim Wallis’ book, God’s Politics about how Christians should engage in politics. Wallis challenges evangelicals’ loyalty to the Republican party by encouraging Christians to see that their are other issues that are just as much values issues […]
Scot McKnight is posting a great series on “Missional Jesus” over at his blog, Jesus Creed. Check it out. If you have ever wondered how can you or your church become missional instead of just being simply attractional – well why not take a look at the Gospels and see how Jesus ministered, taught, loved […]
All eight of the Democratic presidential candidates are snubbing the annual Democratic Leadership Council conference which gets together to discuss how to appeal to moderate, independent-minded voters. Interesting. At the same time we see them clamoring to be a part of the Yearly Kos Convention which is hosted by the Daily Kos, a weblog that […]
Those who know me know that I am not a fan of cats (understatement of the year). Don’t let this cat come anywhere near me to lie down. Source: Fox News Technorati Tags: cats, evil animals Powered by ScribeFire.
Fox News reported today about a Salary.com survey which found that employees waste almost two hours (actually 1.7 hours) of every workday. Shoot, I waste way more time than that. I’m just kidding. Bernie, if you read this, I’m kidding. Seriously… I’m kidding. Well what are people spending their time doing instead of say… work? […]