All the news I wish to print

There are all kinds of stories out there. Some will make you laugh, some will make you cry. Some will make you shrug, some will make you scream. Read any daily paper or listen to any newscast and your emotions can go from happy to sad to disbelief to fear to incredulity to horror to anger in very short order.
As we go along, there will be stories, as Paul Harvey used to say, to "wash your ears out with." There will be others that will make you feel like you need to be deloused simply by virtue of have in heard or read them. Some posts will be religious, some secular and for some I expect will defy easy classification in either category. I hope you will join me in this journey and pleas feel free to comment along the way.
For my part I pledge not to remove any posts unless they are vulgar, libelous, threatening or otherwise in violation of the standards of civil discussion. I will not remove any post simply because I disagree with it but I will reserve the right to respond to any challenges that come my way.
God bless you and welome to my blog.

Friday, September 9, 2011

WOLF: Obama more telegraph than iPhone - Washington Times

When I was in high school I was hippy wannabe. I had the long hair and bell bottoms and was full of half baked socialist ideological ideas. I never made it to full fledged hippy I guess because I did not get into drugs, was too homely and shy for the sexual revolution and I never claimed to have been at Woodstock. What attracted me, of course, was the promise individual freedom. As I grew older I realized that this promise was just another version of the lie teh serpent told to eve and that the result was the same-a false promise which led only to abject slavery and slow, painful death. This article shows the stark difference between the false sense of security projected by those who would have government cure our ills and what happens when true free enterprise and the indomitable human spirit is allowed to thrive.

Read on:
WOLF: Obama more telegraph than iPhone - Washington Times

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