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Isolation Faith

Genuine faith is possible in isolation. There is a lot we can say about the way religion and churches work as a social phenomena. Social science cannot answer any questions regarding the spiritual and miraculous elements, but it can report … Continue reading

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Imagination and Speculation

An awful lot of people much smarter and better informed than I am have speculated over the coming election. A significant number of them, from both sides of the political divide, say they expect chaos and violence. All I’ve done … Continue reading

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Worse Than I Thought

A major element in what we see in government policy these days is sheer incompetence, particularly among those who are tasked with managing programs. I’ve been a “Program Manager” — it’s an awful thing to experience. You are responsible for … Continue reading

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COVID-19: Cynicism and Skepticism Justified

I’m a storyteller, not a professor. This blog is not an expert source of information, just an effort to entertain and tell stories. In the process, I sometimes manage to convey information from real experts, but I believe I’ve been … Continue reading

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Return of the Plagues and Exodus

Yes, the system is broken all to Hell and back. Without having a glimpse inside the Trump Administration, I suppose we could say he honestly tried to fix things. Fixing things would require stepping outside the partisan entanglements and doing … Continue reading

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Just a Silly Story 12

As I expected, the troops are growing restless. I’ve noticed how a significant portion of Q’s followers are grouching about the lack of action in arresting the criminal cabal in Washington. Some of them are bound to be shills, of … Continue reading

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Our Message Will Prosper

Let’s review: Globalism is the prettier and younger sister of the old hag, communism. They are both gold-digging materialists who waste everything they get their hands on so that everyone is left poorer. And then they demand more. Here in … Continue reading

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Civics Lesson

Today I’m playing the Social Studies Teacher role again. For what it’s worth, that was my professional teacher certification. I’m no longer in that field of work because I refused to conform to the political pressures from progressives who run … Continue reading

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Golem of Oppression

I’m not the only one proclaiming that God’s wrath is falling upon America. I’m not in a position to say it falls on other nations, and have no particular burden to wonder about them. Given the American affinity for global … Continue reading

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The Beast

I honestly believe that the standard bureaucratic hive-mind is the single best manifestation of the Beast in John’s Apocalypse. It works best if you envision the bureaucratic hive-mind as a beast, not a person. There are people involved, but no … Continue reading

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