When you can’t even read the Constitution

I clearly hesitate to wade into arguments and battles that just can’t have any resolution in a public forum. They are also discussions I thoroughly like having in small groups or with individuals. But when an argument is so poor that it causes me to almost throw my computer across a room, I need toContinue reading “When you can’t even read the Constitution”

The Fallacy of 100 Percent Security

As an American, we are going through the embarrassment of a government that is actively violating our privacy and then saying things like, “If you’re not doing anything illegal, you shouldn’t be worried.” The president then offered the explanation the other day that Americans can’t have 100 percent security and 100 percent privacy. That’s true.Continue reading “The Fallacy of 100 Percent Security”

Why I Must be Prophetic

One of the tough lessons I am not learning very well over these past few years is the prophetic call of the Church. I can talk a good game, but I don’t act on it very well. Confession time. I’m a political junkie. I try and avoid it here, but if you follow me onContinue reading “Why I Must be Prophetic”