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Category Archive: Politics, Social Issues

Here’s What Bugs Me…

I Like Trump Because of What He Did I was in the Marines for nine years. I like his approach to North Korea. He was able to stare down someone who would’ve otherwise been accommodated in the...

When Politicians Become Theologians

When politicians begin to position themselves as society’s theologians, at that point politics is no longer a spiritually neutral arena and the question isn’t whether or not the church is...

Questions and Answers

Some of this you may already know, Mike, but here’s some stuff that may fill in the gaps. I’ve had to teach some of this, so that’s where some of this content came from… 1) 10...

Women Leaders in the Bible

Multiple Passages Anytime you have multiple passages in the Bible that talk about the same issue, you have to combine their individual meanings into a comprehensive whole. Only then is your...

What Do You Do?

What do you do? You’re a spectator, at least from the standpoint of doing your duty, but then you just have to watch your elected officials either do their job or simply make excuses. You pray,...

According to Who, Based on What…

There’s a lot going on these days and with more activity, comes more information. The challenge is this: Are you hearing information or are you experiencing manipulation? I’ve decided...

The Current State of Affairs in Seven Easy Steps

I) It’s not just who you’re voting for, it’s what you’re voting for. While the personality is a factor, it’s the platform that matters most. You can have impeccable...

Trump and McCain

I was a part of the ceremony that marked a historic event in Marine Corps history – the promotion of Sergeant Major Kellogg, making him the second Sergeant Major in the entire 200 plus year...

A Righteous Hatred

I Don’t Hate Anybody “Hate” is one of those words that have attached to it something vile – something you never want to be guilty of because of the way it ultimately...

By Your Leave, Sir…

Ribbons and Medals As an enlisted man, when you’re getting ready to pass a commissioned officer from the rear, you salute and say, “By your leave, sir.” He responds by saying,...