Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dragging it Out…

I only bring this up because I even heard the phrase on the BBC news coverage of last night’s primaries. Of course they’ve been using it for a month already on the American network and cable news. Last I looked … Continue reading

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Huh?

I didn’t think Santorum could get more off track or alienate more people than he had with his crazy religious remarks. But now he outright calls people who want an education snobs? I’ve said before that it’s pretty clear that … Continue reading

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quotes

I was cleaning out a drawer over the weekend and found old index cards on which I had written quotes I liked. These two seemed all too relevant in light of the recent goings on in politics and the presidential … Continue reading

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Another Interesting Take on the Clinton PBS documentary

Jim, this is another good take on the Clinton documentary (along with the Lanny Davis one I forwarded off blog), and widening to the Obama presidency and the media. The main point of it, which I agree with, I think … Continue reading

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Morning Thoughts

While the Republicans were debating away, President Obama proposed lowering the corporate tax rate. Robert Reich does a wonderful job of trying to figure it out, and I agree with him. When I first heard Obama’s proposal, I thought maybe … Continue reading

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Quick, Make Your Best Guess. Who’s a Christian?

Do you think Billy Graham is embarrassed by his son Franklin? I really don’t see how he couldn’t be. I’m embarrassed by Franklin. He’s gone maybe farther around the bend than Santorum. Billy was all about preaching the gospel. Franklin … Continue reading

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Yes, the poor

Even Christ understood we will always have the poor with us, no? Matthew 26: 11. It is a very complicated problem. With the numbers of people on the planet, there will always be people at the extremes. The question is … Continue reading

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