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The President and Secretary of State tell  us we need to go to war because a country in the Middle East has Weapons of Mass Destruction.  The irony is not lost on most of us.  Before we rush into another […]

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When citizens complain about the NSA snooping like a peeping Tom, what is the basis for that complaint? Why is it wrong for the government to snoop into citizen’s lives?   We all have an inner spidey-sense or moral imperative […]

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If Bozo the clown offered financial advice, you’d consider yourself foolish for taking it. This week our education leaders lined up like Larry, Moe, and Curly to offer three equally clownish solutions.  We had clowns coming out of the white […]

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Ed Schultz  says anyone who disagrees with Obamacare is a Phony Christian who doesn’t want to be his brother’s keeper. As the author of Godonomics, where I lay out multiple moral reasons why one might be against Obamacare, let me summarize […]

The landscape of news has been littered with Al Sharpon and Jim Wallis (as well as others), telling us that people of faith must endorse:   1.   Immigration reform (whether it respects the rule of law or not) 2. […]

Bashing Your head into a wall should be painful.   In fact, when your skull throbs, it reminds you not to do that again next time.  However, if every time, a person is about to face the consequences of their […]

I returned from a 14 day trip to Israel and was able to experience the Bible and Christ in new and fresh ways. I’d like to share some of the insights, photos, and lessons from my trip.   I was […]

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