Category Archive: LIFE AND JUSTICE

Who’s the boss?

I will just take the opportunity to remind all of you that he is a devout Catholic and somebody who attends church regularly. He started his day attending church with his family this… Continue reading

Wait for it

I can’t wait for all this nonsense to be over. I can’t wait for lies to be exposed, truth revealed, and inane policies and positions summarily neutralized and discarded in the purifying light… Continue reading

This is hope

This will all be over someday soon. Probably even this year we’ll be dining out in crowded restaurants, sans masks; gathering the whole extended family together for raucous reunions; and filling sports stadiums… Continue reading

Mirror images

It’s become painfully obvious in the last 12 months what unites the left and right probably more than anything else: We’re all bad.  I think this is where we need to begin if… Continue reading

The blind men and the elephant in the room

I’m mating elephants with this post. I’ve led the elephant from the famous parable to the metaphorical elephant in the room with the goal of conceiving a better understanding of something very important.… Continue reading

T minus nine months

My sixth grandchild is expected to make her exit from the womb within a few weeks, right around election day. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, and almost every other Democrat, believe my daughter-in-law… Continue reading

Will somebody please distinguish between defending the man and voting for him?

In February 2020 BC (Before Covid), columnist David French penned an essay titled, Will Somebody Please Hate My Enemies for Me? In it he argued that Christians who support President Trump and know… Continue reading

I can’t fix it, but he can

I’ve been struggling with something, and maybe you can relate. See if this sounds familiar: You get online or watch the news on TV, and all the stories and visuals of misconduct, mayhem… Continue reading

The defeat of the Justice League

The more unsettled and stupid our world becomes, the more obvious what is driving it: a disregard for Truth. It matters not what coheres with reality; only what will advance my case, my… Continue reading

Slaves in America

One doesn’t have to look far to find slavery in America today. There are videos of slaves everywhere…burning down buildings, attacking police officers, telling those who rely on facts instead of the narrative… Continue reading

Some concluding thoughts on racism

Why do black lives matter? It has occurred to me that many of those loudly calling and protesting for change are atheists, if not philosophically then effectually. If they do acknowledge God exists… Continue reading

Still thinking about racism

The socialist, anti-family agenda of BLM Of course I believe that Black Lives Matter and that pushing back with “all lives matter” misses the point. But in promoting the BLM movement we are… Continue reading

More thoughts on racism

We need law enforcement. We need the police, and those calling for their defunding and abolishment are very foolish. Unless they are anarchists themselves and want anarchy because that’s what we’ll get without… Continue reading

Some thoughts on racism

Most people want to end racism, including me. Ending racism is not controversial, as some conclude merely because there is disagreement on its scope and solution. We’ll never completely eradicate racism because as… Continue reading

New hearts. No waiting.

The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it? – Jeremiah 17:9 Is there any doubt after seeing all these videos of rioting, looting, and violent destruction that… Continue reading