May Archive

May 2, 2009

Politics

Respecting Everyone’s Laws But Our Own

by Clay Staggs

Two events this week illustrate perfectly the absurdity that the Obama administration is becoming.

First, as almost everyone has heard by now, Supreme Court Justice David Souter is retiring. I, for one, will not miss Justice Souter. He is obviously of a very liberal political and judicial mentality, yet accepted …

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 9:20 a.m.
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May 3, 2009

Culture Wars

An Open Letter About The Gourmet Beer Bill

by Clay Staggs

Following is the text of a letter I sent this morning to Senator Hank Erwin:

Senator Erwin,

It was with great dismay that I read this week that you led an attempt to filibuster the Free the Hops/Gourmet Beer Bill.

I am dismayed, as a fellow Christian, Republican, and …

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 8:49 a.m.
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May 14, 2009

Politics

The Hops Are Free!!!

by Clay Staggs

The Alabama Senate has passed the Gourmet Beer Bill!!!

Senator Erwin was absent. Providential? I report, you decide.

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 5:28 p.m.
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May 19, 2009

Christian Chaff

Cheesus

by Clay Staggs

That’s Cheeto Jesus. Really.

Auction it on eBay? If you believe that it’s more than just a Cheeto, isn’t that sacrilege, or something?

Better question: Why am I trying to apply logic to this situation?

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 10:23 a.m.
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May 21, 2009

Humor

A Sign! A Sign!

by Peggy Drinkard

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As I was preparing some deviled eggs, I noticed this prominent peace symbol on one of the eggs I was shelling. Most significantly, I was making these eggs for our CHURCH picnic!!!!!!!!! I think it must be a sign!

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Posted by Peggy Drinkard at 12:48 p.m.
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May 23, 2009

Culture Wars

schizophrenia in America

by Peggy Drinkard

One of Webster’s definitions for schizophrenia is “the presense of mutually contradictory or antagonistic parts or qualities.” Francis Shaeffer used the word to describe American culture. This came home to me when I heard on yesterday’s news about the ” international manhunt” mounted to track down a woman and …

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Posted by Peggy Drinkard at 12:51 p.m.
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May 23, 2009

Politics

A Summary and a Prediction

by Clay Staggs

Our latest issue of the Salt & Light (available here) centers on economic issues this month. So, I’ll take this opportunity to add onto the pieces there.

I was reading a piece sent to me by my friend Herb Saunders from the Belmont Club blog. I commend the post to …

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 1:59 p.m.
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May 29, 2009

Culture Wars

Just Another Day”

by Clay Staggs

In case anyone reading this is not convinced that Western Civilization is doomed, this will do the trick:

HT: Travis Wisdom

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 4:08 p.m.
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May 31, 2009

Politics

A Response

by Clay Staggs

Earlier, Clay Staggs put up a blog posting from the Belmont Club. I would like to take the time to unpack some of the things mentioned. First and foremost, credit is, for better or worse, the blood of the economy. Everyone uses credit every single day. If you don’t …

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Posted by Clay Staggs at 3:18 p.m.
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