Category Archives: Politics

‘Mean what you say and say what you mean,’ may be the most under utilized piece of advice

A while back, I was having an argument with someone close to me. No, not my wife. Of course, not her. It had to be someone else . . . So, I suddenly had this thought . . . I … Continue reading

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To Shutdown or Not to Shutdown?

I’ve mostly checked out of politics. I still vote, and I’ll still make a case for how I think something should be, but I’ve concluded that without God the world is going to make bad choices so don’t hold your … Continue reading

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Big Government wins because it offers what the world needs

I’ve been wrestling with my inner liberal lately. The truth is, despite my freedom loving, self-reliant, pro-life reputation, I am wooed by liberal causes on many fronts. I am for open (but monitored) borders (providing every immigrant or visitor is … Continue reading

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The Beauty of Being Let Down

I didn’t want my blog to be too much about faith, and nothing about politics. It’s not that I wanted to hide God from my readers, but Christian Fiction has a stigma that I’ve wanted to avoid. Plus to Christians, … Continue reading

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