Cry Out To Jesus

I never knew Bob Owens. Given how my Konservative Kool Kidz Klub application was stamped Return To Sender years ago, this is no surprise. He was one of the early conservative new media types, first blogging and later developing a more traditional media business model. He was quite the Second Amendment aficionado. Owens was a … Continue reading Cry Out To Jesus

Keeping Up With an Old Friend

by baldilocks One of my best longtime blog friends—in the category of haven’t yet met face-to-face—is Steve Graham. A few may remember his hilarious blogs from the early 2000s, Little Tiny Lies and Hog on Ice, and might wonder where he’s been. I’ve kept up with his blog, Tools of Renewal, for a good ten … Continue reading Keeping Up With an Old Friend

The Hard Way (UPDATED)

by baldilocks You may not be interested in war, but war is interested in you.  –Leon Trotsky, allegedly Noble sentiment. Look, the Hard Right has no desire to fight in the streets. No sane person wants to live in a society where there [are] constant, realistic expectations of ongoing bloodshed. That is why we advocate the removal of undesirables. We do not … Continue reading The Hard Way (UPDATED)

Keeping It Real

by baldilocks This morning, the Holy Spirit was moving. Sometimes, when Christians say this, it is assumed that some great, magical, explosive miracle happened. I suppose that was the case this morning, but the miracle manifested itself in several arguments about the Word of God and how to interpret it. There’s one piece of misinterpreted … Continue reading Keeping It Real

Voices of CPAC 2017 DaTechGuy’s Midnight Court Pastor Greg Young and Cody from MD

In our last post from DaTechGuy's Midnight Court I talked to Pastor Greg Young Before the interview the Pastor was kind enough to pray for my wife The audio is here My final interview for DaTechGuy's Midnight court was Cody from MD Unfortunately by this point my video cards were all completely full again so … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 DaTechGuy’s Midnight Court Pastor Greg Young and Cody from MD

Hugh Hewitt, I’m Calling You Out

A few days ago, I ran across this story involving a recent speech by conservative radio host and author Hugh Hewitt: ORLANDO, Fla. (NRB) –  Christian radio show hosts have an obligation not only “to deliver great news talk” but to make certain the “fragrance of the Gospel is there,” Hugh Hewitt said Tuesday evening (Feb. 28) at Proclaim 17, the National Religious Broadcasters’ International Christian … Continue reading Hugh Hewitt, I’m Calling You Out

Voices of CPAC 2017 DaTechGuy’s Midnight Court Caleb from South florida and Robert Stacy McCain

Near the end of the 2nd day of DaTechGuy's midnight court I spoke to Caleb You wouldn't think that at 4 am you'd find a young man as level headed as Caleb but having the mic ready paid off. The Audio is here While that was a tad unusual for a CPAC running into Robert … Continue reading Voices of CPAC 2017 DaTechGuy’s Midnight Court Caleb from South florida and Robert Stacy McCain

A Historic CPAC Catholic 1st Exactly when I needed it

So do not worry and say, 'What are we to eat?' or 'What are we to drink?' or 'What are we to wear?' All these things the pagans seek. Your heavenly Father knows that you need them all. But seek first the kingdom (of God) and his righteousness, 19 and all these things will be … Continue reading A Historic CPAC Catholic 1st Exactly when I needed it

Without Love

The words come filtered through digital inkwells; cyberspace cries begging to be heard over the daily din. A tireless worker at keeping the music alive placing her husband in hospice care, his battle with cancer reduced to weary surrender. A friend waiting for his mother to come out of surgery, her diabetes demanding yet another … Continue reading Without Love

Tired of sex … er, nothing but politics online

Given the present kerfuffle over Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes anti-Trump philippic, this seems like the perfect time to ... discuss an upcoming awards show. Namely, the Grammys. Specifically, a band receiving its first-ever Grammy nomination. Category? Best Rock Album. Band? Weezer. Given conservatism’s pride taken in ignoring, save for mocking, most all things pop culture, … Continue reading Tired of sex … er, nothing but politics online

Religious Extremism and You

Repost from my blog. by baldilocks I try not to scream in frustration in response to some usage of the word 'extremism.' People use it without even thinking about what it actually means. And it almost always has the word 'Christian' is front of it, and, less often, 'Muslim.' According to the ignorant, extremism is … Continue reading Religious Extremism and You

Aleppo and Human Nature

by baldilocks On Twitter, many people call on others to “do something” about the destruction and mass killing of civilians in Aleppo, Syria. By “doing something,” they mean something other than posting about it on Social Media. Likely, these are the same people that bashed our efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan. And, short of taking … Continue reading Aleppo and Human Nature

Trump is God and the Devil

by baldilocks This morning I posted two statuses on my Facebook page that received a lot of reaction. The one I want to discuss is this one. There are two types which are the opposing sides of the same coin: “Trump-worshippers” and “Trump AntiChristers[i].” The first group is much more vocal than the last one (coined … Continue reading Trump is God and the Devil

Why Mike Colter beat Tim Kaine last night

Unless somebody is actually paying me, I don't watch televised debates. I visit the candidates' websites, compare how they stand on the issues, decide on my own, and spare myself the aggravation of wasting hours of my life watching televised debates. Yes, you can take for granted that the so-called moderators, products of liberal schools … Continue reading Why Mike Colter beat Tim Kaine last night

Choo Choo!

by baldilocks While the intrepid Peter is covering the Trump campaign in New Hampshire, I’m not inclined to cover either Himself or Herself should either come to Los Angeles in the Last Days (ahem) of the 2016 Presidential election cycle—unless asked. Of course, it depends on who is doing the asking. Actually, this is not … Continue reading Choo Choo!