Growing Veritable Racism? No, Wait! *VEGETABLE* Racism

On July 19, 2013, in Politics, Whimsical, by David Spencer, Editor

Wow… Talk about outlandish, can you believe the absolute inanity of some people? When will people start giving other people the benefit of the doubt, especially when the charge is so ugly and impactful? If it were me, I’d

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After Presidential Debate #2 we find ourselves again with a President parsing words that does the truth a grave disservice.  What’s even more atrocious is the fact the Presidential Debate Commission’s choice of Candy Crowley let her journalistic objectivity fail.

Although there are a number of issues with this event; first, this makes two debates in a row where the moderator failed

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If a wise man has an argument with a foolish man, the fool only rages or laughs, and there is no rest.

A self-confident fool utters all his anger, but a wise man holds it back and stills it.
— Proverbs 29:9,11

I started to watch the Vice Presidential debate this evening, and within a few minutes found myself asking my wife if she wanted to watch a Sherlock episode (the clean BBS version).  Why, for a political junkie like me?  Well, I honestly couldn’t stand the constant glare from those white teeth (my wife calls them dentures, but I digress).  I really was trying to watch and listen, and when it came time for Congressman Ryan speak, all I could see was the glare– not from the bald head of an older opponent, but from the shiny gloss of those pearly whites!  Honestly– I killed

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Ending Identity Politics

On October 4, 2012, in Commentary and Analysis, Politics, by David Spencer, Editor

Have you heard this before?  Perhaps in a cliché, but seeing it in action is truly inspirational and uniting– something that has been sorely missed in these United States over the past forty or so years, with a brief exception after the horror of September 11th, 2011.

And why has the United States been so divided?  In my assessment, because of “Power Politics” and

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