Monthly Archives: July 2016

Why Discrimination is Good

In this day of political correctness, tolerance, diversity, and inclusion, discrimination has taken a back seat. But society has become so undiscriminating that it is practically falling apart. Take Sweden, for example. It is probably one of the most ‘progressive’ … Continue reading

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Seeking Signs and Wonders

My wife and I recently attended a presentation by a missionary couple working in the Middle East whom we support financially. We were impressed with their obvious zeal for the Lord and their desire to work in a dangerous place … Continue reading

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Evil Unleashed

Every other Friday night here at “The Compound” where we live, the activities committee features a movie. Last Friday we saw, “Hello, My Name is Doris.” It’s about a spinster who lives on Staten Island and commutes to work on … Continue reading

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What to Do When You Can’t Take it Anymore

There is a road near my home called “Hassert Drive.” It is not far from the place where the disgraced Speaker of the House, Dennis Hastert, was raised. He was a high school gymnastics coach who won election to Congress … Continue reading

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Topsy Turvyville

Joe Biden once famously said, “Everything that should be up is down and everything that should be down is up,” when he and Barack Obama were campaigning the first time for the Oval Office. In a sense, Joe Biden was … Continue reading

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