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Churches and Health Care Debate: Government Has Unlimited Power but Not Unlimited Authority!

Governments have almost unlimited power but they don’t have unlimited authority. British author, G. K. Chesterton, had lunch with Alexander Woollcott at a London restaurant discussing various issues ending with the difference between authority and power. Chesterton opined, “If a rhinoceros were to enter this restaurant now, there is no denying he would have great […]

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Quack Doctors Are Carriers of Social Disease!

Each Wednesday I publish one of my early columns that I hope will be informative, instructive, and maybe inspirational. This column was published early this year. Some highly respected doctors seemed to validate our suspicions about quack doctors when they declared after the Sikh shootings in Wisconsin, that gun violence is a social disease! I […]

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It is Dangerous to be Right When the Government is Wrong!

Few statements by Bible hater Voltaire are worth repeating but this one is worthwhile: “It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong!” People have lost their jobs, been fined, and placed in prison because they dared to tell the truth about their government. There is a big difference in your country and […]

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Where Do You Really Think America is Headed?

Each Wednesday I post an old column that I hope will be informative, instructive, and inspirational. Today’s column was first published in 2010. An old college friend asked me recently where I really think America is headed. I basically said that our nation is an out-of-control train running top speed with an incompetent and suicidal […]

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School Shootings: The Answer is More Guns!

No, the title is not hyperbole. I believe that school shootings, such as this week’s slaughter in Connecticut would disappear if everyone knew that each school had two or three teachers (or administrators) who were armed and considered dangerous (to the bad guys), and willing to defend the defenseless. Guns are not the problem. People […]

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Did PETA Supervise a Roach-Eating Contest in Florida?

There was a Big Affair at Ben Siegel’s Reptile Store north of Miami recently when 30 of the future leaders of America (young adults) competed in a roach-eating contest. The grand prize was a python and was won by a 32-year-old of Palm Beach man. PETA (is that People Eating Tasty Animals?) and other animal […]

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What Will You Do When Financial Chaos Happens?

Each Wednesday I publish one of my previous columns that I hope will be interesting, informative, instructive if not inspiring. This column was published in 2006.   DUMPies are Destitute Unprepared Mature People who had “confidence in the system” and who were “sure everything will work out all right.” However, their faith was in the […]

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Israel, the Apple of God’s Eye!

Sennacherib ruled the Assyrian Empire (704-681 B.C.), expanding and improving the ancient city of Nineveh located on the East bank of the Tigris River opposite the modern city of Mosul, Iraq. Nineveh had a population of almost 150,000 people, making it the greatest city in the world. Feeling invincible, Sennacherib conquered Egypt and then attacked […]

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Jews Are Indestructible!

About 6 B.C. Jesus Christ was born in Bethlehem as promised in Isaiah 7:14, “Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.” There were many virgins in that day (not many today) but none had ever given birth, but […]

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Bob Beckel–Christians Don’t Talk That Way On or Off the Air!

Every Wednesday I post one of my past columns that I hope will be interesting, informative, if not inspirational. The following column was published early this year: Recently I was watching Hannity on Fox while speaking in Tucson and spending time with long-time friends. Bob Beckel, thinking the show was on a commercial break, used […]

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