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Conspiracies, COVID-19, and the father of Lies

Conspiracies, COVID-19, and the father of Lies

I hesitated to write this article, particularly in this day and time.  It seems that anything one writes or posits in this current era, invariably results in arguments, dissension, and sore feelings.  I do not wish to cause any of the sort.  However,...

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The Virus Came

The Virus Came

The virus came  With stealth unknown  No ear could hear Nor eye could see  Our lives untouched Or so it seemed We lived as if No threat was near  The streets were full And shops packed out Let’s eat and drink Be merry too  The Parties fought And neighbors too The...

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When Memes Become Our Theology

When Memes Become Our Theology

Social media and memes.  They seem to be made for each other.  If you’re looking for laughs, they often give great comic relief, particularly in this difficult time we are facing.    But as I’ve seen many of the memes that regularly get posted and...

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There is No Fiscal Solution, But There is Hope

There is No Fiscal Solution, But There is Hope

The government has been talking about fiscal responses and solutions to the nightmare the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking in our nation and world.  Those responses include multi-trillion dollar price tags.  Given the panic and hysteria that we see from...

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The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good… of the Coronavirus

The Ugly, the Bad, and the Good… of the Coronavirus

Coronavirus. It’s all we hear about. Our minds think about it. Our actions are guided by it. The threat is real. People are dying. And we all have questions. Many of them have no answers, at least not yet.  So there’s a lot of ugliness to this virus, and a lot of...

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Christmas is Here

Christmas is Here

Christmas is here  But it’s not about me Nor ribbons and bows Or lights on the trees  Christmas is here But it’s not about you Nor food and drink Or the deeds that you do  But this Season brings Us back to the...

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Microsoft, America, and LGBTQI+ Coercion

Microsoft, America, and LGBTQI+ Coercion

I’ve been a user of Microsoft computers and apps for over 3 decades (although I’m a Mac guy at heart).  So, I was recently disappointed, but not surprised, when I received one of the emails I regularly get from the tech giant. The email, which is displayed below,...

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A Day to Save Life or Destroy it?

A Day to Save Life or Destroy it?

From the beginning of time, God has always been straightforward in His communication with mankind — particularly when it comes to what is right and what is wrong. We see God’s first example of this simplicity when He created Adam and Eve. In the Garden of Eden God did...

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