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J Walking
June 2007 Archives

We’ve just completed a long transition to a new, more powerful, blog tool that will allow me to do a lot of very cool things. Once I figure out how to do them. Many thanks to Jenn who has overseen […]

Fred Thompson’s stock is rising in Florida too – or so it appears. He’s tripled his support there. Good for him. Again, this isn’t about him. This is about a GOP field so weak, so without evident soul, that Fred […]

A commentary I did today on Democrats, Republicans, and Jesus can be found here.

Yesterday ubermodel Giselle Bundchen spoke out against the Catholic church’s condom ban during Rio’s Fashion Week. That isn’t terribly surprising. I’m with her and we both may be with an increasing number of people inside the Vatican who are questioning […]

Earlier today someone tosses me a little bottle of water. It is orb-shaped, a bit weird. I don’t look at it. Driving home from the meeting I take a look. It is from water-maker Poland Spring. It is called the […]

Lightning interrupts Giuliani: What to say? Well, Giuliani’s joke that this was scary to him as a kid who went to parochial school was evident. He talked more about religion in the following minute than at any other point in […]

A staggering item this morning: In a poll of 1,000 respondents, 50 percent of Christian men and 20 percent of Christian women were found to be addicted to pornography. Conducted by ChristaNet.com, a popular Christian marketplace website, the poll asked […]

Listening to the three Democratic evangelists, er, presidential candidates at Monday night’s Sojourners’ Faith, Values, and Poverty Conference, I couldn’t help noticing some serious mistakes they are making in trying to sound like “Godly” political leaders. They need to repent […]

Marc Ambinder has launched a new “reported blog” on politics. It is worth the daily read. Take, for instance, his take on Fred Thompson and his penchant for campaigning from, um, comfortable surroundings.

From a dear friend who took his first trip out of the country… I recently returned from a missions trip to Guatemala. I went with a group from my church to do a construction project for El Verbo church, a […]