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Week in Review: 9.2016

Police are increasingly bailing out. Last year, 52 officers called it quits in Colorado Springs, citing the dramatic rise in violence against law enforcement as their reasons for turning in their badge: the two police officers that were “executed” while sitting in their cruisers; the officer shot and killed a few days ago while helping to serve an eviction notice; the sheriff’...

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On the Passing of a Judicial Giant

Friday was a dark day for our nation. Justice Antonin Scalia passed away in his sleep. I was stunned and deeply saddened, as were many. Scalia was the strongest voice on the Supreme Court bench for ruling on cases based upon the original intention of the Constitution. In my opinion, he represented the position that the Founding Fathers meant for the Judicial Branch to have. The Court was to ...

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Week in Review: 7.2016

Everything this week was overshadowed, in my opinion, by the passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. I will write more on the issue that now arises with his death and departure from the bench, but it is sufficient to say that this is a severe blow to our nation. We have lost a strong judicial leader. Scalia held firmly to the notion that we must be governed by the Constitution…...

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The Violence of the Pre-Flood World

I just returned from a filming trip with Dr. Marcus Ross. We met at the 50-acre Discovery Park of America in Union City, Tennessee. If you ever find yourself near there, it would be worth visiting. Although there are exhibits in many different areas, our interest was in the natural history section with full skeletons of very diverse creatures from T-Rex to Apatosaurus, from Pterosaurs to the Wo...

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Week in Review: 6.2016

Britain approved genetic experimentation with little embryo babies this week. Makes me a little sick to even write that. The article attempted to make it seem okay because, after they have been “genetically played” with, they wouldn’t be allowed to let the embryos grow into “babies” but would be required to destroy them after they had developed to a certain size. O...

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Kruptikos: Thinking Too Big

THE WAY TO DO A GREAT DEAL IS TO KEEP ON DOING A LITTLE. THE WAY TO DO NOTHING AT ALL IS TO BE CONTINUALLY RESOLVING THAT YOU WILL DO EVERYTHING. CHARLES SPURGEON "XPR NVH XZ EZ V YMRVX ERVA KL XZ BRRU ZF EZKFY V AKXXAR. XPR NVH XZ EZ FZXPKFY VX VAA KL XZ WR JZFXKFDVAAH MRLZASKFY XPVX HZD NKAA EZ RSRMHXPKFY.” JPVMARL LUDMYRZF In our hopefully upcoming DVD series “the En...

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Hunger for Significance

One of the most pressing needs of man, if not the greatest, is to have some sense of significance or worth. I suspect there is nothing more tragic in the heart of man than to be overwhelmed with the sensation that he is absolutely and completely of no value…to anything or anyone. This state of mind, no doubt, is a key factor in depression and even suicidal thoughts and actions. It see...

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Deliverer

The word “deliverer” in the context of God’s nature is one that conveys His desire and propensity to “rescue” His people or “take them out” of danger or distress. This is true in both the Old and New Testaments where God delivers from physical, temporal danger, but ultimately, and more importantly, from the infinite danger of the coming wrath of God and...

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Week in Review: 5.2016

A survey of teenagers released this week reveals they average eleven hours per day in front of a screen: smartphone, television, gaming. Most of the television time is spent streaming via Netflix. Top apps are Instagram and Twitter. Top presidential pick: Bernie Sanders. Hard to imagine how the Hillary Hoax could get worse. Now the FBI says that there are emails so classified and so damaging ...

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Playing the Race Card at the Wrong Time

I received my Master’s degree from Auburn University. When I was there, probably the best athlete in the history of athletes was competing on the football and baseball fields: Bo Jackson. There were others there as well: Charles Barkley, Chuck Person. Some years later, another great athlete took Auburn to a national championship: Cam Newton. Maybe Cam isn't a better athlete than Bo, b...

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