Monthly Archives: September 2006

Move Over or Pull Over

Did you know about this? Motorists in a number of U.S. states can be fined for failing to slow down or change lanes when passing parked emergency vehicles. I’d noticed during my crosscountry drive that a lot of people did … Continue reading

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Morality in the White House

Now there was a real president. There was a real man. There was someone who acted as a true Christian. Perhaps not coincidentally, unfortunately, he rarely if ever identified himself as one. And perhaps it’s not a coincidence that he … Continue reading

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Legalizing Torture

I know I’ve been a nag recently. I keep trying to write about California or the kids or whatever. And yet, for some reason, I can’t get around the fact that our United States senators are voting today to legalize … Continue reading

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Unfair, and Yet, There ‘Tis

I’m sorry. I don’t mean to rub it in. But I am, without question, the luckiest guy in the world.

Posted in Fambly | 4 Comments

Racism: Passé?

Interesting times we live in. So, in the past two months, Senator George Felix Allen Jr—a carpetbagger from Southern California who tries desperately to look like a good ol’ boy despite the silverest of spoons in his mouth—has tossed a … Continue reading

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Tortured Debate

So obviously Christians are automatically opposed to torture—I mean, that goes without saying. No one would could seriously claim to be a Christian would ever for one moment consider torture a possible option. Not for one second. But you know … Continue reading

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Steven and Stephen

Let me make something perfectly clear: I post too many YouTube clips. I can’t even begin to tell you how many I’ve decided not to post. That’s right–believe it or not, I sometimes exercise restraint. But this? This cannot be … Continue reading

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