Category Archive: POLITICS

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

America needs a spanking

Every good parent knows that if you fail to set and enforce boundaries with a child, that child will end up destroying businesses and tearing down statues. Or otherwise giving his rebellious nature… 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

Calculating incalculable losses

What’s wrong with this picture? Aside from a numbered loss being labeled “incalculable.” As simply a commentary on the personal toll the coronavirus pandemic has taken on many, this front page of the… Continue reading

Do this before calling me a bigot

I guess I understand why gay rights supporters label conservative Christians as bigoted haters, but let me tell you, I really hate when they do. I don’t hate them. I hate what they… Continue reading

Is a continuing lockdown morally right?

If it wasn’t so sad and pathetic it would be funny…these self-righteous men who won’t defend the lives of innocent unborn children talking about how “No one is expendable” and they won’t accept… Continue reading

Death is all about perspective

We need to be thinking about heaven. People are dying and families are grieving and government leaders are making life and death decisions. Do they know that this life is not all there… Continue reading

A Jew and a Catholic walk into a primary…

Jesus in politics. It does seem kinda’ weird. His mission here on earth was not at all political, but personal. He came to change and to save people, not a system of government.… Continue reading

Jesuscare for all?

Interesting fact about Jesus: He didn’t heal everybody. Oh, he healed everyone who came to him for healing, but he didn’t send his disciples out to round up everyone who was sick or… Continue reading