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August 15, 2013 ~ 0 comments

Few things on television are actually worth watching these days. Even channels that are supposed to be “family friendly” are throwing morality to the curb. Last night I stayed up late to watch the Season 4 premiere of Duck Dynasty. If you have not seen Duck Dynasty yet, you are in the minority. Season 3 of Duck Dynasty averaged 8.4 million viewers and I suspect Season 4 will be even more successful...


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August 6, 2013 ~ 0 comments

I recently watched one of my favorite movies, Hoosiers. I love this movie for many reasons, but largely because it represents basketball in its purest form – no scouts, no television cameras, no team sponsors, no money – just a team playing for the name on the front of its jersey. Loosely based on a true story, Hoosiers depicts a small-town high school that beats all odds to win the Indiana boys’ basketball state championship...


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July 24, 2013 ~ 0 comments

On Monday, millions around the world waited anxiously to hear the news concerning the birth of Duchess of Cambridge Catherine “Kate” Middleton’s and Prince William’s firstborn child. Finally, at 4:24 PM Greenwich Mean Time, Kate Middleton delivered a baby boy into the world and into a line of royalty... 


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July 18, 2013 ~ 0 comments

Yesterday, Governor Rick Perry of Texas signed a much-needed pro-life bill into law.  While our pro-life friends in Texas won this fight, battle has taught us that the anti-life movement will stop at nothing.

The Bible tells us that the battle for life and liberty is nothing less than spiritual warfare... 
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July 7, 2013 ~ 0 comments

A thank you goes a long way. Have you ever gone out of your way to do something nice for someone else and he or she fails to show the least bit of gratitude?

Last week we celebrated Independence Day. It’s overwhelming to think of all the brave men and women that paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom. Whether it was in the Battle of Bunker Hill, the fields of Gettysburg, or on the beaches of Normandy, one message resounds – freedom doesn’t come free...


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June 19, 2013 ~ 0 comments
By now, everyone is well aware of the several scandals involving the Obama Administration: IRS targeting conservative groups, DOJ seizing phone records of conservative journalists, and an NSA program called “PRISM.” These are just a handful of scandals; truthfully, there are more: Benghazi, Fast and Furious…
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June 16, 2013 ~ 0 comments

More often than not, when someone says, “I hate to say I told you so,” they love to say they told you so. Prepare to have a bucket of gloat dumped on your head.

Still, there are those rare occasions when people both say it and mean it. A few possible examples come to mind: Aboard the Titanic. At the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Standing before the pearly gates (after your stupid bomb squad partner goes ahead and cuts the blue wire). And right now...


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May 19, 2013 ~ 0 comments
Growing up in church I have often heard the phrase, “If I had ten thousand tongues I could not thank the Lord enough.” I am confident that I am not the only one that has witnessed this statement being said. While I do not doubt the sincerity of the individuals invoking such a phrase, when I step back and look at society as a whole and then observe the backseat the church has taken in it, I cannot help but think that all too often we use this phrase because it sounds good on Sunday, not because we actually mean it...
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April 25, 2013 ~ 0 comments
The recent Supreme Court argument on DOMA is very revealing of the Administration's philosophy of law or jurisprudence. During oral arguments the Solicitor General declared that DOMA was an expression of moral disapproval, thus invalid under Lawrence v. Texas. The Lawrencecourt said “Our obligation is to define the liberty of all, not to mandate our own moral code” in the context of holding there is a constitutional right to intimate homosexual conduct in the privacy of a home.Prevalent throughout the case...
 

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April 11, 2013 ~ 0 comments
Recently U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said that homeschooling is not a parent’s right.He said this in the context of opposing the Romeike family’s legal battle for asylum from Germany. The German government persecuted the family because they attempted to homeschool, which is illegal in Germany when invoked for religious...
 

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