President Trump has a big challenge ahead not only making a course correction in Afghanistan but to convince a war-weary nation to agree with that action.
Former Governor Sarah Palin spoke at a Colorado Christian University on Monday for a “Tribute to the Troops” benefit for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), which provides support to those who suffered the loss of a military loved one. Reading through a partial transcript there were a couple of things I wanted to […]
I received a text message that the AP is reporting that multiple sources has told them that Osama bin Laden was killed in a CIA operation at his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. I will update with details as I learn them. Update: The White House confirms. He was killed in a ground operation authorized by the […]
Some articles I’m reading while I watch Iowa play Wisconsin. BBC: North Korea gulags ‘hold 150,000’ Fox News: All-Male College Bans Women’s Clothing, Sagging Pants NY Times: Pakistan Moves Troops Into Taliban Stronghold Washington Examiner: Lefty anger splits Dems – and may sink them by Byron York Politico: Ensign pulls in less than $33K (why […]
Stuff I’ve been reading over the weekend (and during the Iowa-Michigan game – go Hawkeyes!). Anyway, enjoy the miscellany! The Gospel Coalition: Walking a Mile in Their Shoes by Peter Beck The Washington Post: Tort Reform Could Save $54 Billion, CBO Says The A-Team Blog: Three Worldview Tests by Roger Overton Asia Times: Pakistan warns […]
ABC’s Charles Gibson interviewed Alaska Governor Palin for the first time. The first part of this interview covered foreign policy, her experience and comments that she made about the Iraq War being a task from God. It was a tough interview. Gibson came out with tough, but appropriate questions. For the most part I think […]
Part I of a four part interview – this is probably the hardest interview that Senator Barack Obama has done. He admits in this interview that the surge is working. It took quite awhile for him to come on the show, but I’m glad he did. Enough with the softball questions! Update: Here is Part […]
1. January is National Mentoring Month, and my ministry’s blog, Serve Our Youth Network News, has posted several items related to mentoring, our mentoring program and National Mentoring Month. 2. Chuck Colson on “Truth, Love and Endurance: Dr. King and Christian Activism” you can also listen to his commentary. 3. Justin Taylor interviews Robert P. […]