• Social Topics

    Legalized Murder

    The Oxford Dictionary defines murder as “The unlawful premeditated killing of one human being by another.” Why is murder unlawful? Because it robs someone of their life against their will, it denies that person everything they might gain in the future. It doesn’t just rob present and future physical possessions, but also present and future emotional, mental, and spiritual experiences.…

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    Disturbing “Believe all Victims” Trend

    After the hullabaloo concerning the accusations that Christine Blasey Ford made against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, there has been a resurgence of the, “believe all victims” chant from the Democratic Party. The idea that all victims need to be believed originated somewhere within the #metoo movement that started when Democratic donor, Harvey Weinstein, was outed as a sexually perverse molester and…

  • Football players
    Off Topic Posts

    Top 5 Quarterbacks of All-Time

    The debate over which quarterbacks belong among the top five all-time best is a long and heated one. The fact we have had so many great ones to choose from hasn’t made the issue any easier to resolve. A lack of statistics keeping from the earlier days of football can also aggravate the discussion and make things more cloudy. Then…

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    HEP A Vaccine: Contents and Dangers

    “Hepatitis A is a vaccine-preventable, communicable disease of the liver caused by the hepatitis A virus (HAV). It is usually transmitted person-to-person through the fecal-oral route or consumption of contaminated food or water. Hepatitis A is a self-limited disease that does not result in chronic infection. Most adults with hepatitis A have symptoms, including fatigue, low appetite, stomach pain, nausea,…

  • Basketball and hoop
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    What Made Larry Bird Legendary?

    Even though his beginnings were quiet and humble, Larry Bird would go on to become one of the greatest basketball players of all-time. Larry Bird was born in West Baden Springs, Indiana, but famously grew up in the nearby small town of French Lick. He was drafted 6th overall in the 1978 NBA draft by the Boston Celtics. He didn’t…

  • Politics

    The Political Gap

    As I drive down the streets of town I see many political signs in people’s yards. If I see a Democrat politician’s name, I am sure to see that the rest of the signs in that person’s yard are also those of Democrat politicians. The same is true for Republicans…it seems that voting for a mix of political parties just…

  • Social Topics

    The Price of Ignoring God’s Will

    We all have either moments, or areas of our lives, where we struggle to give something up for God. One of my areas is entertainment, whether it is the movies I watch or video games I play, I tend to push aside what God wants in favor of what I want. I don’t typically see an immediate repercussion for ignoring…

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    The Case Against Halloween

    Halloween is coming up and, as is my yearly tradition, I refresh my brain as to why my family does not celebrate it. There are many who may call me a religious nutcase for not allowing my kids to dress up as zombies or murder victims, run around scaring little children, or to take candy from strangers. However, these would…