Anxiety

I've got a confession to make. I'm tired.  Physically, mentally, spiritually; how many ways can you be tired?  And all of these lead to emotional fatigue.  It's not a good place to be.Seems to be a part of the human existence.  Inevitable.  Someone said the only sure things in this life are death and taxes.Nope.  Not … Continue reading Anxiety

Saved Together

This past week I have been discouraged.  Along with personal discouragements, I'm tired of the constant barrage of "bad news" around the world from the pandemic to the protesters to the riots.  Conflicting reports of what happens, who said what, predictions of both good and bad in the economy.  It's been getting to me. But … Continue reading Saved Together

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

These words that are used a lot these days, but have fast became misnomers: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and let's not forget “tolerance.” They have become the battle-cry of left-leaning people and organizations throughout America, and in fact are used to belittle anyone who doesn't agree with their meaning of the words. Those three words … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

From Whence Comes Our Freedom?

Not surprisingly, Speaker Pelosi is now defending Rep Adam Schiff's parody transcript -- which he himself said was made up -- as the truth about what was said on the phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Zelensky. Pelosi said “It's sad that he's (Schiff) using the president's own words. He didn't make it … Continue reading From Whence Comes Our Freedom?

Be Still

In his book "Directions: Insights for Living" James D. Hamilton writes: "Before refrigerators, people used ice-houses to preserve their food. Ice-houses had thick walls, no windows, and a tightly fitted door. In winter, when streams and lakes were frozen, large blocks of ice were cut from the frozen waters, hauled to the ice-houses, and covered … Continue reading Be Still

High School Politics

WorldNetDaily posted an article this morning about threats being made against the President, congress members, and conservative supporters of same.  Historian Victor Davis Hanson warns there are “James Hodgkinsons” out there who could turn Democrats’ calls for violence into real violence.  Hodgkinson is the fellow that opened fire on the Republican congress members as they … Continue reading High School Politics