Favorites, Politics

Same Sex Nationalized, the Aftermath

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It is still interesting, and sad, that the whole rigmarole of the same sex marriage issue was and still is totally unnecessary, even backwards. The issue of inequality in marriage arises from the discriminatory practice of our government requiring marriage licenses. Why should anyone need government approval to get married? How is that constitutional? Government involvement should simply be one…

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A new flag of tyranny

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Today, my Whitehouse is decorated with rainbow lights. It celebrates the Supreme Court of the United States declaration that same sex marriage is now legal in all 50 states. Today, my Whitehouse is decorated with rainbow lights. President Obama said “Americans should be very proud,” because small acts of courage “slowly made an entire country realize that love is love”…

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The modern hobby of choice, taking offense.

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We have become very thin skinned. Today’s political correctness would have us believe that American Indians are offended to have a pro-ball team named after them. Furthermore, we have recently, and evidently unsuccessfully, gone through a variety of terms to identify Americans with black skin in ways that are not offensive; we can’t say “Islamic Extremists” for fear of implicating…

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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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Election 2016, Favorites, Politics

Jim Webb, Hillary Buster?!!

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It would appear That Jim Webb (former Senator from Virginia) is seriously considering running for President of the United States against Hillary Rodham Clinton! If he actually does proclaim his candidacy, he gets points just for having the temerity to challenge the coronation. Added to that, the possibility that Hillary will continue to self-implode, and I think it might be…

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The Moral Middle: Divisive National Leadership

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We have become a vindictive and vengeful people. A country that embraces and upholds lies. In the last six and a half years, the ethics and moral fiber of our nation has diminished and those that we trust with our national ethos, have shown us the way. The first President that I voted for was Ronald Regan but my memory…

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The Real Reason Mitt Romney Ran and Lost in 2012

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(Warning, this article contains extremely religious content and may cause considerable discomfort to atheists, agnostics and willing sinners. Some Christians may even experience incredulity and anxiety. Nevertheless, this is the real reason behind why Mitt Romney lost the presidential election in 2012.) Mitt Romney is a righteous person. I can say that because I understand the nature of his service…

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An Old Man’s Reflection on America

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I can remember John F. Kennedy winning the presidency. I remember Woodstock, the first moon landing and the original Shelly Cobra. I can also remember Viet Nam, the assassinations of John and Bobby Kennedy, John Lennon and the death of Jim Morrison. I remember the LA race riots and Martin Luther King. Of course, all old men are inclined to…

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One White Man’s Opinon on Racism

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They say that as a white man in the Untied States I can’t understand what it is like to grow up in America as a black man. I would think that is true. They say that having grown up in an area where blacks are few and far between that I am probably a racist myself. I would think that…

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