Monthly Archives: January 2008

PROVIDING CHRISTIAN-CENTERED PSYCHOBABBLE TO THE BARFLIES

The news media has a story on a religious ministry that I doubt will be successful. A pastor plans to put teams of chaplains in local bars in this central Pennsylvania town so they can lend a sympathetic ear to … Continue reading

Posted in culture, religion

WHICH TALE FOR OUR CHILDREN?

Once upon a time I was a boy, and I went to school. Although I had other ideas, my parents insisted that I study. And so, after a few spankings and other such humbling persuasions, I did. What was my … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, schools | 2 Comments

PRESIDENTIAL PROS AND CONS: JOHN MCCAIN — Updated 20 October 2008

Based upon the issues I care about, this post is my effort to evaluate John McCain as a Republican candidate for president. The last section of this post, The Issues, describes those issues. This post was first written during the … Continue reading

Posted in Republican Party | 36 Comments

WHERE MORALITY MEETS ECONOMICS

Do we really want to be an indebted society? Is your goal — the goal you have for your children — to make America the world’s largest debtor nation? Consider for a moment that commercial that proclaims that “they” don’t … Continue reading

Posted in culture, Laws

Call to Meeting, January 28, 2008, at 7:00 PM, PWC Republican Committee, McCoart Building, Woodbridge

It is the first party meeting of 2008. We have a new president and a new senator to elect. Here is your opportunity to get involved and make a difference. Here is a copy of the “call”. CALL TO MEETING … Continue reading

Posted in PWC Republican Committee Meetings