Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Long Depression


The Long Depression Everyone seems to remember the Great Depression of the 1930’s most likely because it is still, though barely, within living memory. The general tendency today is to compare our economic times to that of this Great Depression. … Continue reading

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How Technology is Clearing the Pews


Since I’m off today I have time to address the subject of the screens more deeply. In addition, to what I previously posted I would like to point out many things that after consideration are most obvious, chief among these … Continue reading

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How Technology is Clearing the Pews


That is the problem of TV and electronic media (herein called the screens) in a nutshell. We have subtly been conditioned to accept things in sound (and video) bites, this is why Facebook and other social networks do so well. … Continue reading

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How Technology is Clearing the Pews


I’m sure by now you all know my stance on TV and other media. I’ve railed against TV and other electronic media for years. My first hint of the power of TV was in my single days when I read … Continue reading

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A Word About Gold


A Word About Gold On a personal basis since our own financial problems we have had a hard time making ends meet, but by the grace of God and careful foresight and planning we have managed to still put food … Continue reading

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Deja vu All Over Again


Deja Vu All Over Again Obama Officially Begins Push For New Bailout Of The States, reads the latest headline but this begs the question: What happened to those green shoots and all the upbeat news of the past several weeks? … Continue reading

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Additives in Animal Feed


A member sent through a study on arsenic in animal feed. It points out the senseless use of additives, unnecessary additives, routinely fed to livestock to fatten them up and save on nutricious grass and grain. To illustrate here is … Continue reading

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