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A Dubious Anniversary: 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of political correctness

With the election of Bill Clinton in 1992, America ushered in the era of political correctness. “Honest” Abe Lincoln and his impact on public life was swept away in favor of pandering to the whim of  prevailing thought. Sensitivity became more important than integrity. Morals were replaced with morés. Even churches have felt the impact […]

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The Greybeard Chronicles: Obama, Elvis, Jesus and Me

President Obama said that Congress needs to get busy serving the American people, rather than campaigning for the next election. He said this WHILE in IOWA, where he was CAMPAIGNING for the next election. Meanwhile, Rick Perry, the Texas Ken doll of a governor, whom I suppose I am supposed to love because he is […]

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Three Parts Random, One Part Ridiculous

I have a few things to say and one has little to do with the other. Let randomness rule and here’s hoping I don’t zig when I should have zagged. —α— One. More. Shameless. Plug. (Well, one more today.) Have you gotten your copy of my daily devotional ebook? If not, why not? Why not […]

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Seven Steps to Becoming A One-Income Family (With Apologies to Autumn Giusti and Fox News)

I was perusing the news on the Internet this morning when I saw this headline: Seven Steps to Becoming a One-Income Family. I immediately understood the intended gist of the article. It was meant to help couples figure out how to trim expenses and whatnot in order to get their budget to a one-income accommodation […]

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Merle Haggard, Barack Obama, Rainbow Stew, Utopia, and Easter

Eatin’ rainbow stew in a silver spoon, Underneath that sky of blue. We’ll all be drinkin’ free bubble-ubb, An’ eatin’ that rainbow stew. Reading the news —and the divergent opinions— regarding health care reform and the general direction of the country, that old Merle Haggard tune came to mind. It reminded me to beware the […]

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