Monthly Archives: March 2009

The state as savior

Samuel Johnson once wondered, “How is it we hear the loudest yelps for liberty among the drivers of negroes?” Along those lines, I wonder: How is it we hear the loudest yelps for separation of church and state among those … Continue reading

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Another escape

Tiller the Killer escapes again (from a misdemeanor charge!), but a day is coming when there will be no escape.

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Relevance: not needed

This is a good talk by Phil Johnson. One of the oddities of church culture over the past decade or two is a rising acceptance of vulgarity. It’s this idea that we need to “keep it real” because that’s what … Continue reading

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The big ripoff is coming

This speech is to my ears an instant classic. Peter Schiff is not (as far as I know) a Christian, but he’s speaking the truth on the economy and the criminal actions of our government. It’s funny and pointed, with … Continue reading

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Tolkien’s mature worldview

Behind that there was something else at work, beyond any design of the Ring-maker. I can put it no plainer than by saying that Bilbo was meant to find the Ring, and not by its maker. In which case you … Continue reading

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George Tiller’s governor

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is yet another wasteful, counterproductive, unconstitutional bureaucracy of the federal government. Barack Obama recently appointed Kathleen Sebelius to head the HHS cabinet post. This is a woman who has enjoyed steak and … Continue reading

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