As I have with the 100th and 200th episode, so also now with the 300th – let’s recap the most popular content, and explore what has resonated and why I think it has more than the rest.
Two exchanges this Tuesday between United States Senators and representatives from powerful federal agencies highlight succinctly the distrust many Americans feel.
You too have a struggle. So I will share my experience, and hopefully that sharing will help you to be as calm and helpful to your wife and child as you can be in these times.
Like so many siege towers and catapults and battering rams, these assaults on our life and liberty the past two years may look like they will carry the day. And yet…
Any conservative resurgence which might succeed in this country or any other must first work at a restoration of these seminal convictions. All other ground is sinking sand.
With the utmost respect for the honorable senator from Texas, it was a poor use of language and tact to describe January 6 as a terrorist attack – even an attempted one.
A deep-dive into the nature of purpose and belonging and what it means to be human is here in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, particularly in its latest entry.
In serving the Lord, we embrace the Dominion Mandate to “be fruitful and multiply, fill the Earth and subdue it.” And as it turns out, trusting the science is on our side.
As famed science fiction author Frank Herbert wrote in his epic series ‘Dune,’ “Fear is the mind-killer.” In other words, fear makes you stupid. And COVID panic has for two years made a great many of us very stupid.
On the first day of the New Year, I finished copying notes on the year now past from Lauren’s and my Ink+Volt personal organizers. The finished Word document contains 11,008-words and is 29-pages long.