The New American Fascism

I don’t know if Bill Whittle is a Christian or not, but he is a clear thinker and able communicator. In this short video (about 7 minutes), he demonstrates how Progressives today are simply following the roadmap and tactics of fascists in pre-WW2 Germany, Mao Tse-tung’s China, and Joseph Stalin’s Russia. Many Progressives, perhaps especially the young who have been highly propagandized (programmed?) at their Universities, are determined to silence free speech and suppress the … Continue reading

Response to an Agnostic

I never really know when I start the day what questions, comments or challenges may come up but they are often interesting. This past week was no exception. On March 13 “Gary” posted a comment to Dr. Tom Howe’s blog, “Brian McLaren, ‘Is Jesus the Only Way to What?,’ Part 1” Gary’s opening line really caught my attention: As an agnostic, humanist, and naturalist, I am sure that you view me as the enemy. … Continue reading

Too Stupid? Random Thoughts on American Voters and the Church

Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber was paid $400K for his work on crafting the signature legislation of Barak Obama and the Democrat party made news again this week as he boldly proclaimed that the law was intentionally crafted to deceive the Congressional Budget office and the American Voter because according to him American Voters are too stupid to know what is good for them. So, according to Gruber, the best way to govern is to not … Continue reading

A King Who Knew Not Joseph

“I miss my country.” That is a line I have heard time and again lately and have even said it myself. There is a certain amount of nostalgia that is sort of made up or embellished on as one reflects back on the past. Often when we talk of “the good old days” it is referencing a slower more innocent time, at least that is how it exists in our recollection. I have some of … Continue reading

Can Anything Good Come Out of Louisiana?

You would really have to be a near hermit to have not heard about the flap caused by the “Duck Commander” Phil Robertson and the media apoplexy which has resulted. Comedian Jeff Foxworthy made the phrase, “You might be a Redneck if…’ very popular and IndyStar Cartoonist Gary Varvel picked up on the theme in his opinion cartoon Phil Robertson and intolerance. Varvel has really encapsulated the issue. At first blush it stretches credulity to … Continue reading