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The Sad, Unnecessary Trials of XYZ

Let’s say you are at a wrestling ring for a well-publicized fight and the ring announcer grabs the microphone that dropped from above and begins dramatically speaking: “Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner [he points to one corner] is Saddleback College [a community college in…

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Flushing Away Pee and Poop

Unintended consequences means sometimes bad things happen when we intend to do good. Such unintended events are not always bad. Take medicine for instance. A particular drug is produced for one illness but in application it’s discovered to have good consequences for other illnesses not…

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Hypersensitivity and Hyper-partisan, Today’s News

Hypersensitive—excessively or abnormally sensitive. While what I’m about to say will for some come across as me politically speaking, I’m not. I am concerned with what we think and what we think comes out of how we think. My website ShapingHowWeThink.com is not just me…

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Ellen, Mark, And The New Insane World

Radical progressives not only eat up those not them, they devour their own when their own shows any kind of sanity. It’s ugly and you can’t call it anything other than foul. Yes, it’s a character trait that sits in the pocket of us all…

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Bill Mahar Is Sometimes Right

Can a person mostly be dead wrong and yet sometimes dead right? If so, such a person would be HBO host of “Real Time” Bill Maher. His heart is solidly liberal and most of his rants follow the liberal line as he loves to attack…

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Influencers Fall From Grace

I read an article recently that used the term “Christian influencers.” I looked up the term to see how it’s used today and found this definition: “An influencer is an individual who has the power to affect purchase decisions of others because of his/her authority,…

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It’s Our Hearts, Not Our Guns

I’ve written a number of times our greatest failure is that we start our outrage, we begin our arguments in the wrong place, kind of like shutting the barn doors after the horses have already escaped. We feel like we are doing something, and these…

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The Bible and Sanctuary Cities

I am including a paper titled “The Use and Abuse of the Bible in Immigration Debates”, thanks to my cousin Kelly who posted it and I saw it, because it is very appropriate today when “The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) said in a statement Wednesday…

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Our Recent Mass Shootings and Killings

Like all of you I’m outraged at the many recent deaths at the hands of two sick gunmen. Unlike some of you I don’t knee-jerk against Americans having the right to own guns because I know the problem isn’t having guns and the answer isn’t…

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Federalism, State’s Rights (3 of 3)

I’ve come now to the place I’ve been working toward: we are still in a battle between federal and state’s power. Here’s a fact we have to live with: you will never get all of the people all of the time to agree on anything,…

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