What Values Do We Vote?

Well, it’s political season again. The candidates are kissing babies and calling each other names. Meanwhile, the world and the nation seem to be spinning out of control. As Christian folks we have an obligation to be good citizens and inform ourselves on the issues. We are also obligated to pray for God’s hand to … Continue reading What Values Do We Vote?

Who Decides?

The first question I ask in any political issue is "Who Decides?"  Our system of federalism was predicated on man's fallen nature, and provided for a number of checks and balances to prevent any one man or group of men from controlling the lives fo the people.  We have divided powers for a reason.  yet while the congress debates … Continue reading Who Decides?

Back in the Fray

I have been remiss in writing on this blog for a good while.  Every time I start, I back off.  This particular page is supposed to be just me and my thoughts, but i realize that in my job, there are those who will be disturbed by some of my comments.  Therefore, I have been silent.  Nearly every day I am … Continue reading Back in the Fray

Can We Wait on the Nuclear Debate?

Just a quick pet peeve: The tube is full of pundits in suits discussing whether we should all stop using nuclear energy.  Heads of state are shutting down power plants.  This is all in reesonse to the tragedy playing out in Japan.  They have experienced a catastrophe of monstrous proportions, and some of their nuclear … Continue reading Can We Wait on the Nuclear Debate?

People Get Ready

Just thinking about the state of the world and wondering what we can do to be ready for a global meltdown.  Our currency is in trouble.  Supply lines for food and energy are threatened.  We have foreign insurgents living in our cities in sleeper cells.  On a personal level, I try to keep a good … Continue reading People Get Ready

A Wikikwiki

So we have a 22 y/o E2 who stole mega reams of secret stuff. He gave it all to a weasel-like aussie who has slowly, publicly, and with seeming impunity infused the content into the public domain. After only 6 months, our executive branch has expressed a limp-wristed, “Oh, stop it.” If they wanted it … Continue reading A Wikikwiki