Family Sermons, Favorites, Life, Religion

Death and memoriam

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Just over a year ago, my mother passed away at the age of 79. She had been sick for about 3 months. Having visited several doctors she was unable to find the cause of the weakness and difficulties that she was experiencing. A three time cancer survivor she started to notice a similarity between the way that she was feeling…

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Life, Politics

Preview: Currently working on Global Warming

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I have been putting it off for some time now but, at last the time has come. The Left says man made or, man enhanced, global warming is proven and that there is no longer any doubt. As a result, great cataclysmic events are in our immediate future if we don’t address the problem immediately. Any scientist that dares to…

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Life, Politics

The sexual assault of immodesty

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Having recently had some discussions about sexual assault on social media, I took the time to absorb the recent story about Emma on NBC news.   Emma is being very creative in her current protest against what she considers too much leniency in sexual assault cases on the part of the school administration at Columbia University. Her protest stems from being…

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Election 2016, Politics

Carly Fiorina, Presidential Candidate

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I have been wanting to write something about Carly Fiorina however, today I ran across this article in The Week magazine from Michael Brendan Dougherty and I find that it fits with my feelings quite well. What the GOP field can Learn from Carly Fiorina: by Micahel Brendan Dougherty   Carly has no political experience and so at best she is a…

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Family Sermons, Life, Religion

Of Light and Life

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“Let there be light,” Genesis 1:3 Most of us will recognize this as the declaration from God at the beginning of the creation. Yet in John 8:12, Christ said; “I am the light and the life of the world. So, in Genesis 1:4 “And God saw the light, that is was good: and God divided the light from the darkness;”…

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Politics

Environmentalism; a Stream too Far

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Years ago, my father, who was a nuclear engineer at the Idaho National Nuclear Laboratory, went to Germany to consult with them on nuclear waste storage. During a tour of the facility, he asked them how they were able to get away with putting nuclear waste in abandoned salt mines. Didn’t the environmentalist organizations object? His guide answered, “Here in…

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Politics

Partisan Party Baiting

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Dana Milbank, at the Washington Post, recently wrote an opinion piece entitled For the GOP, ‘one man, one vote’ becomes ‘one billionaire, one ballot’. I just have one question, why is Dana Milbank lowering himself to such obvious partisan party baiting? Let me explain. I have noticed in my own little blog that if I write a piece which is…

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