Monthly Archives: January 2011

Sarah Palin, Crude Language & Crass Culture

Definition of CRASS a : gross ; especially : having or indicating such grossness of mind as precludes delicacy and discrimination b : being beneath one’s dignity <crass concerns of daily life>  Synonyms: common, coarse, crude, gross, ill-bred, illiberal [archaic], incult, … Continue reading

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SWBTS vs. TBA: Silence Is Deafening & Defining

What’s that you hear?  Crickets.  As in, no sound at all.  As in “no comment.” The sounds of silence — emanating from the normally loquacious, but apparently public relations challenged leaders at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas — are positively deafening.  … Continue reading

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Brazilian Grills & My Sunday Night Conversion

When it comes to food, I know what I like.  Or, at least I thought I did until this past Sunday night.  Driving to Albuquerque to attend a quarterly meeting of the Executive Board of the Baptist Convention of New … Continue reading

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Southwestern Seminary’s Assault on Autonomy

Article IV. Authority: While independent and sovereign in its own sphere, the Convention does not claim and will never attempt to exercise any authority over any other Baptist body, whether church, auxiliary organizations, associations, or convention. (Constitution of the Southern … Continue reading

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Rush Limbaugh’s Right: Leftists Hate Truth

The truth is the great casualty.  And what do you think the target is when people begin to say, “We’ve gotta dial back this heated rhetoric?”  Truth is the great enemy to the Democrat Party.  Truth is the great enemy … Continue reading

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Obama’s Odd Pick for USA’s New Best Friend

“We don’t have a stronger friend and stronger ally than Nicolas Sarkozy, and the French people.” (President Barack Hussein Obama) If the France is America’s strongest ally in the world today, we are in far deeper trouble than anyone could have … Continue reading

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Tucson, Politics & the god of Leftists

Imagine there’s no Heaven It’s easy if you try No hell below us Above us only sky Imagine all the people Living for today Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And … Continue reading

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A Fallen American Hero Laid to Rest

On a beautiful winter’s day — with crystal clear blue skies and a cool breeze –a New Mexico native and American hero was laid to rest on Friday afternoon in Belen, New Mexico.  United States Marine Sgt. Garrett A. “Bear” Misener, … Continue reading

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The Pope & Me: Fans of the Big Bang Theory

On Wednesday night, I did something I have not done in a long time.  I watched an awards show on television.  Not just any awards show mind you, but The People’s Choice Awards.  How can the people be wrong?  Well, … Continue reading

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Tim Tebow, Trash Talking & a Tame Tongue

“People can tame all kind of animals, birds, reptiles, and fish, but no one can tame the tongue.  It is restless and evil, full of deadly poison.  Sometimes it praises our Lord and Father, and sometimes it curses those who … Continue reading

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