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-Obama’s First Year: Massachusetts Speaks for Us all?

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

(President Obama by jurvetson via Flickr) In many respects, the Senate election in Massachusetts yesterday was Barack Obama’s report card for his first year. It was never intended to be that way but in reality that is exactly what it turned out to be. A couple of weeks ago Obama gave himself a B+ or […]

-Is Costa Rica Really the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’?

Thursday, January 14th, 2010

(Costa Rica  by Wha’ppen via Flickr) Is Costa Rica Really the ‘Happiest Nation on Earth’? Nicholas Kristof claimed so in a New York Times Op-Ed piece on Wednesday (1/6/10). What qualifies it for that heady position—a poll of course. When asked if they were basically happy with their life, Costa Ricans scored higher than any […]

-2010: What I Look Forward To and Not

Friday, January 1st, 2010

(Image by georgia.g via Flickr) Happy New Year!  2010 has finally arrived and just in the nick of time, 2009 had surely worn out its welcome. What I’m Looking Forward To 1. Revival I am hoping and praying for a revival of the Christian faith in America to begin in 2010. The doomsayers continue to […]

-The Joke that was at Copenhagen

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

All you need to know is that they had one of the worst snow storms in years at the ‘global warming’ conference at Copenhagen. Was that God’s little joke on those scientists and world leaders who were gathered together to control His environment? The conference began on the heals of all sorts of email ‘revelations’ […]

-New EU President Says New World Government is the Goal

Sunday, November 22nd, 2009

The newly elected first President of the European Union, Belgian Prime Minister Herman Van Rompuy, proclaimed in his acceptance speech that a new "global governance" is only way to solve the current crises facing the world: "We’re living through exceptionally difficult times – the financial crisis and its dramatic impact on employment and budgets, the […]

-Big City Newspapers Quietly Passing into the Night?

Thursday, March 12th, 2009

Image by Getty Images via Daylife The large big city newspapers that dominated the news for the entire duration of the American republic and before are quietly passing from the scene one by one. The coming of the Internet has put newsprint in the same category as horse-drawn carriages. I am still a loyal paper […]