So the question hit me right between the eyes: what am I entertaining my mind with? How about you?
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Here are three big takeaways from this past weekend in sports. Two for the future and one that should be left in the past.
Words cannot begin to explain the feelings I had when my daughter informed me of John Saunders death. I loved John like a brother and enjoyed every single broadcast we ever did together. I’m struggling with the reality that I’ll not have a chance to say goodbye…
Sheriff David Clarke embarrassed CNN interviewer Don Lemon on national TV in response to the murdered police officers in Baton Rouge.
The next time you see a police officer…give ’em a thumbs up to show your support for them. Let’s be leaders in our communities and “show the way” we are supposed to treat law enforcement.
Jesus Christ suffered, too! In church yesterday, pastor Chris Kouba put a biblical lens on the divisiveness and suffering our country is facing.
Throughout the day… my prayers have been for the families of those police officers killed in Dallas last night.
I understand cops have a high pressure job. I understand they see lots of bad guys doing bad things all day long. I understand they risk their lives on a daily basis. BUT THAT DOES NOT GIVE THEM THE RIGHT TO KILL PEOPLE, SERVING EXECUTIONS AT THEIR DISCRETION.
Is the “Rule of Law” still Applicable in America Today? Do you consider “Rule of Law” to be the most important concept/philosophy in America?
How do you feel about racial profiling of Middle Easterners in America?
So, the FBI will not recommend charges against Hillary Clinton in the email saga.
The statement above of “God meets us at the Cross” is supported in Romans 5:1-11, where Paul declares us to be at peace-only on the basis of our justification by faith because of Christ’s work on the cross.
Are you tired of hearing about Benghazi? Have you made your mind up on what happened in Benghazi?
Is it time to amend the Constitution to eliminate Lifetime Tenure for Supreme Court Justices?
The Supreme Court’s 5-3 decision to strike down the abortion law’s in Texas is a sad day. It’s a sad day for the unborn and for mothers who are struggling with this life or death decision.