Monthly Archives: February 2011

Sex, Romance, and the Glory of God

To show my wife that I was really interested in working at marriage—yeah, after 27 years…I’m a Marine, we are slow learners—I vowed that I would blog my way through C. J. Mahaney’s book, “Sex, Romance, and the Glory of … Continue reading

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When Christians Approve of Young Men Wrestling Young Women

As if our culture weren’t already insane enough, along comes a Christian to “argue” (in quotes because what argument there is appears to be driven by culture rather than Scripture) that Christ would not only approve of young men wrestling … Continue reading

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The Fall of the Invisible Empire

This is a pretty good analysis from a Brit concerning the upheaval of our interests in the Middle East. He points out the hypocrisy of, on the one hand encouraging democracy everywhere, and on the other hand supporting corrupt dictators … Continue reading

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Another Stupid Microsoft Name

Who names things at Microsoft and why do they still have a job? Next up is the NoDo phone, due in March. NoDo? How do you even pronounce that and what does it mean? No Dough, as in, these things … Continue reading

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Libya: It’s About the Tribes

Finally! An article that points out what is really going on in Libya (and most of the other Arab nations). The tribes are revolting. This is why Libya can go from peaceful to nightmarish overnight. There are several different tribes … Continue reading

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I Like a Daytona 500 Winner?

Yes. Not because I’ve suddenly fallen in love with NASCAR. I like a guy who uses opportunities he has, to support ministry to orphans. Rock on, Trevor Bayne.

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30K Per Household

The amount that the Obama administration (and Congress) has borrowed per household since the economic stimulus was signed into law two years ago (and no, I do not excuse the Bush administration which was no more interested in fiscal sanity … Continue reading

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