Today the news is pretty grim and a strong reminder of the mortality of man. Some might even point to things like this as a sign of the end times. However Lent by it's very nature is a reminder of mortality. Ash Wednesday starts the reminder and Good Friday puts an exclamation point on it. … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Saturday of Lent: Grim News
...keep in mind that murdering bastard in New Zealand took that seriously: He says global warming and immigration:…Are the same issue, the environment is being destroyed by over population, we Europeans are one of the groups that are not over populating the world. The invaders are the ones over populating the world. Kill the invaders, … Continue reading Next Time You Declare Global Warming the Moral Equivalent of War…
One of the reasons why Lent is so important is to help us get out of the desert of spiritual dryness. When we are in such a time it seems God is nowhere to be found. Our faith seems pointless, weak and doomed to failure. However it should be noted that when you are crossing … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Friday of Lent The Long Game
Last October, early one morning I was walking to BART as part of my mornin’ truckin’ to work. Minding my own business, not bothering anyone. Everything was fine. For a while. Now, the portion of the San Francisco Bay Area where I am located, or as I prefer to think in the Bay Area but … Continue reading “The Long Winter” by Bill Walden and Allie Hammond brings genuine warmth to hurting souls
My 1st thought when I saw that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were charged in a RICO case involving college admissions for thier kids was: Who? But my second was this. As of this moment both the FBI & Justice Department have more evidence of criminal activity on their part then they do on Donald … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora Loughlin & Huffman vs Trump, Tebow to AAA, How many years ago did Bill Russell Play? , Young antisemitism > Holocaust survivors, and a warning.
The mistaken belief among about fifty percent of the younger generations that socialism is superior to capitalism can be traced back to the indoctrination that passes for education on our college campuses. The roots of this indoctrination can be traced back to the destruction of objective truth, which was popularized by the Frankfurt School of … Continue reading The Frankfurt School, the destruction of objective truth, and college indoctrination
Yesterday we talked about how God is not the Genie of the Lamp and that we have to make sure we don't approach him in prayer as if we are the God and he is the servant. That being the case the obvious question is how SHOULD we approach God and pray. Well Jesus answered … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Thursday of Lent: God as Father
DaTechGuy's Laws of Media Outrage are some of the most useful ways to predict how the media or the left will react in any given moment. Nancy Pelosi's surprise announcement against impeachment this week provides an excellent excuse to promulgate the newest of these laws. I believe that Impeachment was off the table was known … Continue reading Nancy, Mueller and Datechguy’s 4th Law of Media Outrage
Genie: Right here, direct from the lamp. Right here for your very much wish-fulfillment. Thank you. Aladidn 1992 If there is one misconception people have about prayer and how it's answered. Part of this is a bad reading of this passage from Matthew 7:7-11 "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Wednesday of Lent God vs Genies
by baldilocks Down goes the credentialing system! Two famous actresses made headlines Tuesday after they were charged in a massive college admissions cheating scheme. But Felicity Huffman and Lori Loughlin were just two of 50 people who were implicated in the scandal. Prosecutors accused more than 30 rich parents — including company executives, a professor, a … Continue reading Our Betters Get Busted
Bernard Wooley: May I clarify the question: You are asking who would know what is it that I don't know and you don't know but the Foreign Office know that they know and are keeping it from you so that you don't know but they do know so that all we know is that there … Continue reading Tom Brady Explains Why 16 Year Olds Shouldn’t Vote
One of the most enjoyable parts of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign for president was his ability to create nicknames that captured the weaknesses of his opponents. Although Trump may not need any help, I’d like to propose a few as the 2020 campaign starts in earnest. Elizabeth Warren can keep her well-earned moniker of Pocahontas—as … Continue reading The Power of Trump’s Nicknames
Yesterday we talked about discernment and the rules for our own discernment and how the rules to discern if our actions are God will or ours. However there are times when we find ourselves not discerning our actions but worrying about discerning the actions of others. When should we base our actions on discerning the … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 1st Tuesday of Lent Discernment #2
With Radio Stations removing Michael Jackson from their playlists and even the Simpsons are removing his episode from their rotation and new DVD it's easy to forget that the revelations in the latest Documentary concerning Michael Jackson and children not only confirmed things that the general public suspected was true. However it's much more important … Continue reading Monday Thoughts Under the Fedora: Michael Who? (TV) Movies of the 30’s The Orville, Get Ready for $8 Pizza, More Titles for Boston?
By: Pat Austin SHREVEPORT – It is spring (finally) and even though we all complain about Daylight Saving Time I don’t mind this one too badly because it now it won’t get dark at six o’clock every night. I like the longer days. For me, this time of year means working in the yard: that … Continue reading Report from Louisiana: Spring Reading