I’m having trouble corralling my thoughts on this week’s Supreme Court rulings

My brain seems to be a tangle of thoughts, concerns, and emotions, given the momentous rulings handed down by the nine Ivy League lawyers in black robes in Washington, D.C.  Over the experience of humanity, for the last 5,000 years of recorded human history, those nine people have in one stroke, deemed that two people …

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Is This the Beginning of the Disintegration of the Presbyterian Church?

The Presbyterians have voted to recognize homosexual “marriage”. Their definition of marriage has been altered to read “commitment of two people, traditionally a man and a woman…”. This is a major Christian denomination explicitly defying the plain word of God as set down in the Bible (homosexual behavior being “an abomination unto the Lord”). How …

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Coarsening the Culture

It started with an essay in the (supposedly) high-minded publication for Wall Street Journal subscribers, WSJ Magazine.  This comes out every other month in the print edition, and is a slick magazine designed to appeal to high-income readers.  It is filled with ads for expensive clothing, watches, and jewelry, and features stories about people and …

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A Politically-incorrect way to think about the conflict in Syria

So while our president is tying himself and his regime in knots trying to figure out what to do in/about Syria, here are some facts. The Iranians have said that, if we bomb Syria, they and their buddies, Hezbollah and Al-Quaeda, will take out the state of Israel. First of all, unlike our so-called commander …

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