Monthly Archives: November 2010

SHOP UNTIL YOU DROP?

We now live in an America with values that Americans just a few generations back would find extraordinarily strange — upside down even. Want a simple, obvious example? Consider what our leaders think stimulates economic growth, consumer spending. When Speaker … Continue reading

Posted in culture

SUPPORT THE “DON’T TREAD ON ME” LICENSE PLATE

FAMILYFOUNDATION.BLOG reports that “Don’t Tread On Me” Plates Bill To Come Before General Assembly. Not only will Virginians have the opportunity to drive around with an attractive In God We Trust license plate, approval for a Don’t Tread On Me plate also … Continue reading

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CHALLENGE AND COUNTER-CHALLENGE

On Face the Nation, Bob Schieffer managed to get himself two interesting interviews today (see GOP: We Owe It to People to Repeal Health Care). First, Bob Schieffer interviewed Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (see GOP Leader Concentrating on Reducing Spending). Next he interviewed … Continue reading

Posted in Health Care

ABLAZE IN AUTUMN

Whether we look out the window, drive to and from work, or take a hike in the woods; we find trees in the midst of a glorious change. It is autumn; each tree dresses itself in colors all its own. … Continue reading

Posted in religion

DO WE HAVE A MORAL OBLIGATION TO VOTE?

Had anyone asked, I would have said the word “vote” is not in the Bible. I would have been wrong. When he preached the word of God to King Agrippa, the Apostle Paul used the word “vote” as described how … Continue reading

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