School Loans Quandary … Was Warren Right?

I was perplexed. The argument sounded fair and reasonable. And I am in the demographic that this policy impacts. But am I thinking right? A few days ago, an angry father confronted presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren over her plan to release tens of millions from their student loan debts. The debts, now reaching almost 2… Continue reading School Loans Quandary … Was Warren Right?

A Sober Remembrance, A Prophetic Warning

There are some locations whose names just carry a depth of meaning. The Garden of Eden ... where it all began and where we lost paradise. Pompeii ... where nature’s swift and lethal destruction was shown without regard for humanity. Gettysburg ... where the Civil War saw its worst in her bloodiest battle but also… Continue reading A Sober Remembrance, A Prophetic Warning

Doing It ‘The Chicago Way’

The line is classic, iconic even. You may even have made it your life's mantra. And since it was recited by Sean Connery, there is an aura of power behind it. Make sure you read it with that Scottish accent ... "Wanna get Capone? Here's how you get him. He pulls a knife, you pull a… Continue reading Doing It ‘The Chicago Way’

Beth Moore, John MacArthur, and Pastor D

Oh it's on. The red line in the theological sand has been drawn. Words are crossing the Twitter and internet battle field like bullets did at Gettysburg. Comments and responses to articles are like skirmishes between the Jets and the Sharks ... and it's still because of a boy and a girl (West Side Story… Continue reading Beth Moore, John MacArthur, and Pastor D

Monday Minute …

Keeping it short for Monday. When our guilt turns into shame, then our sin becomes our identity. But your identity isn’t based in what you’ve done. It’s based in what Jesus has done for you. God looks upon you and sees Christ. He sees purity, righteousness, infinite possibility. (Quote by Kyle Idleman) This truth is… Continue reading Monday Minute …

It only took one thing … a lesson from Lexington, VA

What a lovely town. Wait. One bad apple. I came across this statement ... I really loved my job, but there was this one jerk there who made life miserable for everyone. One bad apple spoils the whole barrel, unfortunately. (From the web, not my life, just to be clear) You know what I mean.… Continue reading It only took one thing … a lesson from Lexington, VA

Felicity Huffman … Elitism Slammed by Elitist

It was a college scandal that rocked the rich. Top schools involved. Six figure bribes. Test taking shortcuts. Some of Hollywood elites connected. And more. Recently, Felicity Huffman, who pleaded guilty, appealed to the court as a mother who tried to do whatever she could to help her daughter. She gave some reasonable excuses, but… Continue reading Felicity Huffman … Elitism Slammed by Elitist

I Broke the Law … and Got Away with It

Crook. Lawbreaker. Criminal. Bring on Five-O. Take me to the pokey. Get Barney Fife to run me down. I didn't mean to. It just happened. I hadn't had my morning caffeine. And to be totally upfront ... I hated myself. I even gave a self-induced Dinozzo (slapped myself Gibb's style). I wanted a do-over. What… Continue reading I Broke the Law … and Got Away with It