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Brit Brouhaha

November 29, -0001
Gravitas is an important trait for government officials to cultivate, particularly in the realm of international politics. You want your leaders to appear thoughtful, sober, alert, and deep when they are engaged in relations with foreign governments, and especially with friendly foreign governments. It is precisely the lack of gravitas…

Art without Idolatry

November 29, -0001
Happy St. Bilfrith's Day. Today large sectors of the American public, including a good many of the followers of Jesus Christ, are keeping close tabs on the progress toward the naming of the newest "American Idol." Thousands of young people have auditioned, and every week the panel of experts -…

All Things Well

November 29, -0001
Is this gonna work? Do these guys know what they're doing? Funny how a serious economic downturn focuses the mind on what we might call craftsmanship in governing. Wall Street apparently has a good many doubts about the Obama administration, as do growing numbers of Americans. The President's popularity holds…

The Bridge to Where?

November 29, -0001
Tuscumbia, Missouri. Remember that name. It's bound to become a symbol of the Obama recovery program - for better or for worse. A bridge outside Tuscumbia is the first project to have been undertaken with funds from the $787 billion stimulus package recently passed by Congress and signed by the…

Failure of Discipline

November 29, -0001
The arrival of Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius as head of the Department of Health and Human Services continues a trend in national government that seemingly has no end. Together with other professing Christians in government - among them Senators Kerry and Kennedy, Vice-President Biden, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi,…
A week of 60-degree weather, song birds at the feeder, the sun slipping back toward the southern hemisphere, and a mention on the evening news that daylight savings time is only two weeks away. All this can only mean one thing: spring is approaching. The onset of spring means many…

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