Monthly Archives: June 2009

God is at work

In pondering John 7 recently, our pastor mentioned God’s work in the life of Nicodemus. The Pharisees were blind guides who could not see the living Word right in front of their eyes. They could not “see” their own Creator … Continue reading

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A warning to hypocrisy-seeking mockers

Are people going nuts? I have seen and heard of a number of marriages breaking up recently in strange ways. And now comes the odd story of South Carlina Governor Mark Sanford. Trend researcher Gerald Celente says that when people … Continue reading

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Ah yes, validation!

It’s something we’ve always suspected: politicians share personality traits with serial killers. Let’s see here: Interpersonal traits include glibness, superficial charm, a grandiose sense of self-worth, pathological lying, and the manipulation of others. Yes, check. a lack of remorse and/or … Continue reading

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What caused the bust? How did we get $7 ice cream cones?

This is a good, short interview with Thomas Woods. Along with Peter Schiff, Tom Woods is the clearest economist out there. He’s always funny and lively as an interview, with well-aimed blows.

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“Gay marriage” and libertarianism

We often hear the wish expressed that we could just get by all this “divisiveness about “gay marriage.” I heard Peter Schiff say this basic thing recently since he is contemplating a Senate run. Now, there is no such thing … Continue reading

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Be skeptical of wars

We don’t burn our draft cards down on Main Street / Cause we like a livin’ right and bein’ free. -Merle Haggard The late libertarian Harry Browne once called the Defense Department “the Post Office in battle fatigues.” I believe … Continue reading

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Shock and outrage

As an addendum to the last post, it’s telling that Barack Obama was shocked and outraged at George Tiller’s murder, but he’s not shocked and outraged at George Tiller’s long career of destroying infants.

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