Namibia To Develop Her Oil Reserves

Namibia – an 88% Christian nation in 2013 according to Wikipedia – has struck oil with the help of a Canadian company called ReconAfrica. The play is being called the Kovango Basin. By some reports it may be the third largest in the world. It is as-yet completely untapped. Namibia’s government and people apparently want to develop…More

Frank Luntz Blames Trump for Social Media Bans

Paul Shiver wrote a piece for The Blaze yesterday reporting on Republican pollster and political strategist Frank Luntz and his remarks to a podcast at The New York Times. You can read the article here and you can listen to that NYT podcast interview with Luntz here. But the long and short of it is that Luntz thinks…More

Anti-White, Pro-Marxism Diversity Training

On April 30th, Tyler Hummel at The College Fix published an expose of a diversity and inclusion training students and faculty at The University of Florida are being required to take in which white people in particular are singled out for their insensitive and condescending remarks to minorities. All the usual fare is there in the screenshots.…More

Biological Males and the Chinese Internet

Laura Ingraham recently hosted a town hall event on Fox News in which she asked Florida Governor Ron DeSantis whether he would sign legislation recently passed in Florida to ban biological males from competing in girls’ sports. Other Republican governors also signaled their enthusiasm for such legislation in their states, NCAA be damned. Perhaps they…More

Assorted Musings While Sick

A stomach bug has been making the rounds in our house this week, working its way through first the children and then Lauren and I from youngest to oldest. Only two of our sons were spared the first-hand experience. Being sick always puts me in a different mindset. My wife tells me I have a…More

Joe Biden Delivers His First SOTU Address

I only made it through the first 46:39 of President Joe Biden’s first State of the Union address on MSN before I needed to leave out for work this morning, but here is what I have to say to as much as I heard. As Doug Wilson over at Blog and Mablog has said recently, I agree…More

The Answer to the Ultimate Question

In Douglas Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, the supercomputer Deep Thought operates for 7.5 million years to spit out the answer “42.” But by that time, nobody remembers what the question was. So then another supercomputer – this one none other than our very own planet Earth – is designed by a race of hyper-intelligent,…More

Ben-Hur – A Tale of the Christ

Let’s talk about the classic film Ben-Hur – the 1959 version with Charlton Heston, of course. This is one of my favorite movies, and has been since childhood.  If you’ve never seen it, do yourself and everyone around you a favor. Watch it. If it’s been a while since you watched it last, watch it again. —…More

Taming the Tongue

“Anyways” – you would not believe how difficult it has been for me to try to eliminate just that one little word from my vocabulary. But this just serves to underscore the larger point of Biblical passages like James 3:1-12. Listen to this episode of the podcast to hear about my personal endeavor to get better,…More

Choosing The Seventh Audiobook

I try to maintain seven audiobooks in my queue at all times. With having recently finished Fault Lines by Voddie Baucham, however, there is now an open slot.  At the time of this recording, my current reading list includes the following titles: Children of Ash and Elm by Neil Price The Church History by Eusebius,…More