Reviewing the Pope’s Speech: Overall, Worthwhile

All in all, the speech was worthwhile because it brought (albeit ephemerally) a Godly mindset to the Capitol, a place where God has been mocked, rejected, voted against and ridiculed in word and deed, by too many, for too long.

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Anniversary Tribute to Elke and Reflections on Marriage

This cool, calm and still morning, I strolled outside to admire the dawn, as eastern cirrus clouds evolved through wondrous progression of salmon, cotton-candy pink, Tang-powder orange, luminescent gold, champagne, and aluminum silver hues. Reminding me of the reverse tonal sequence of sunsets I’ve watched with my wife Elke in our treks all across the […]

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The Lion and the Sheeple

Even though I support hunting, I don’t like the circumstances of what the Minnesota dentist did to that lion in Zimbabwe any more than most others. Poaching unfairly tars all hunters. I also agree with those who advocate a more measured and restrained approach about not rushing to judgment, and also, letting the facts and […]

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