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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Tebow Released

    Bill Belichick has a right do do what he feels best for his team. But if I were him, I would keep Tebow. Why is this? The simple answer is this: Tebow is a winner. He is a winner is every way that matters, none of which include W’s in the NFL. But, […]

What Did Obama Just Say?

    President Obama just announced that 1. we should take action against Syria in response to chemical weapons attacks recently carried out against their own people and that 2. he will ask Congress first. Which brings up the question: what if Congress says, “No?” It’s hard to see how his announcement means anything other […]

On Bravery: The Alamo

  I watched the classic John Wayne film The Alamo earlier.  There’s something noble and edifying about John Wayne movies.  In the scene above, one of the soldier’s wives insists that her husband stays and fights, even though his death will be harder for her to bear than most women–she is blind.  And he stays.

The Nihilism of Henry Rollins

Back in college I had a friend who was an atheist.  He was a quiet sort of guy, always ironical, hesitant, never taking much of a stand.  He wasn’t a confrontational or unpleasant fellow, but he would never really engage, and when it became clear that you felt strongly about something, he would always point […]

On Goodness: Now that I’ve Held Him in my Arms

I have always found the below video very evocative.  The gentle melody seems perfectly to capture to spirit of Simeon, as he emotionally meets the Savior.  The best part, and I think the core of the video, is where he sinks to his knees, overcome with emotion, the baby’s foot slightly blurry in the foreground. […]

The Terror of Divorce (for Children), and Understanding the Love of God:

A while back I wrote the following in a draft to Laura Wood at The Thinking Housewife.  Her article that day had been regarding divorce, and the transmission of the Christian faith.  I don’t think I ever sent it to her. Dear Mrs. Wood, There is another aspect to divorce that I think must be […]

Pat Buchanon Openly States That-Which-Must-Not-Be-Said:

I haven’t read enough of Pat Buchanon’s works to know how much I ultimately agree with him, but he makes a valuable point, one which is utterly neglected in the mainstream press.

For Those Still in Doubt about our World’s Moral Crisis:

There are stories so strange that you can only laugh.  I’m sure there’s a serious moral point to be made, but I can’t bring myself to do it.  From the realm of urology comes a story so bizarre that I can only shudder.  Essentially, a 70 year old Australian pensioner, as part of a sex act, […]

As to the Purpose of this Site:

The purpose of this website is to be a voice of opposition to the lies of the modern age. Much of modern life is predicated on lies.  These lies sometimes fall along the lines of the struggle commonly referred to as the culture wars, but just as often, the lies which obstruct, confuse and misguide us […]