History Maker

Last night Barack Obama became the presumptive nominee of the Democratic Party. If that’s news to you this morning, please nudge Dick Cheney awake and come out of the cave to the real world.  This isn’t a post about politics. This is a reminder of who we are in Christ. All over the news this…… Continue reading History Maker

The Real American Idol

I know everyone is wondering who will win tonight on American Idol. Will it be David Cook or David Archuleta? But the contest that has been keeping me up late on Tuesday’s isn’t the pop music drama, it’s the political “idol.” With just a few votes left to be cast, the media is sucking in…… Continue reading The Real American Idol

Political Promises

The last weekend prior to the Indiana and North Carolina primaries have been particularly ridiculous. It seems that the new strategy of both the Clinton and Obama campaign has been to out-promise one another. It reminds me of 5th grade as people ran for student council. “If elected, I will give new uniforms to the…… Continue reading Political Promises

Websites of the Candidates: Who is Winning?

Back in January I wrote this: The winner of the 2008 election will be the candidate who captivates the American people’s attention with ideas, uses the internet the best, and can prove that they can/will lead the American people. As someone who sees the power of the internet on a daily basis, my opinion is…… Continue reading Websites of the Candidates: Who is Winning?

Is James Dobson’s Reign Over?

I’ve talked about this before. But I think it is safe to say James Dobson no longer represents the middle of the road Christian. I don’t think I’m in the middle of the evangelical road, but I think it’s becoming clear that he’s now losing traction with the masses. I hate to sound like Rush…… Continue reading Is James Dobson’s Reign Over?