Monthly Archives: March 2012

Proving God

I recently viewed a DVD from the History Channel entitled Proving God. It looked at the possibilities of reconciling science with faith, and whether or not science might one day be able to prove (or disprove) the existence of God. … Continue reading

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Economic Generations of the 20th Century

Tom Brokaw coined the term “The Greatest Generation” for that generation that won World War II for us.  I believe that there are some very interesting observations about the various generations of the U.S. in the 20th century, especially from … Continue reading

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Is Social Security an Entitlement?

There has been an e-mail circulating recently where a guy is upset with government spending, and also that the federal government has changed how they’re referring to social security payments. They’re now calling them “Federal Benefit Payments” (on the check … Continue reading

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Why We Need to End the Afghanistan War

1) After 11 years, we’re still not willing to win the war.  We haven’t had the will to decisively win a war since WW II.  2) We have unclear objectives.  We never should have sent troops to either Iraq or … Continue reading

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