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The Problem With Terrorism, pt. 1

Terrorism, though its manifestations across America are scant, is the object of billions of dollars spent every year. Terrorism is a problem. And America has historically excelled at solving challenging problems. But one wonders, concerning this problem, how hard we’re … Continue reading

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The Gay Agenda

It saddens me that so many evangelicals believe in the existence of and are committed to fighting an undefined force they title “The Gay Agenda,” but many of them are unwilling to acknowledge a very real force for evil in … Continue reading

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Liberty: Just A National Fluke?

In a culture obsessed with drama and celebrity, the recent debate about contraception has produced a new set of heroes and villains. The question is: Who are the heroes (or are there any?) and who are the villians? I’ll venture … Continue reading

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Fragments – A Tribute

Many, to one, to many – and so it goes. Fragments – an empty wall, gaps in furnishings. Bills less confusing (more expensive), under only one name. Ownership – no more need to share. No longer compelled to “let it … Continue reading

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Death and Dignity

For this perishable body must put on the imperishable, and this mortal body must put on immortality. When the perishable puts on the imperishable, and the mortal puts on immortality, then shall come to pass the saying that is written: … Continue reading

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The Problem With Lassaiz-Faire

Entrepreneurialism and innovation in the free market can be great things. They have the potential to increase productivity, manage limited resources, improve standards of living, and perform incredible feats of industry. The concept of free markets is really a perspective … Continue reading

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Some thoughts (sprinkled with theology and home-grown photos). I. Food: The Foundation of All Economics These are the things I will argue: A) Food is the foundation of human society. B) A vibrant economy in any people group comes only … Continue reading

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I found my goat…

Goat #2 is back! Let’s the rejoicing begin! Here’s how it went down… I went to close up the chicken coop last night at around 10:30 – a little late, because we all forgot to do it (it happens). As … Continue reading

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How my life has changed since being a mom

Man, oh man. Where do I begin? Let’s start from the very beginning-the moment my baby boy came into the world and cried for the first time. Although laboring with him wasn’t brutal or impossible, it definitely proved to be … Continue reading

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The One About How We Read The Bible

I love literature. And I don’t mean the latest John Grisham novel. And I don’t mean that crap you see people reading in airports. No offense intended if you read that crap, but it’s not literature – it’s mass-produced sub-par … Continue reading

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