This is not about Senators Craig, Vitter or Stevens. It's not about (ex-)Congressman Mark Foley or soon-to-be indicted Congressman Rick Renzi. It's not about South Carolina's Thomas Ravenel or Ohio's Bob Allen. It's not even about Alberto Gonzales. It's about hubris: the pride which goeth before a fall.When George W. Bush ran against Bill Clinton's … Continue reading This is not About Larry Craig
Proper 16CPentecost 1326 August 2007 Isaiah 28:14-22Hebrews 12:18-29 Luke 13:22-30Welcome, America, to “Who’s Your Jesus?” Trinity Television Network’s hottest game show. I’m Lou Siffer, and today, as we do every Sunday morning, you get to choose your own personal Savior, the one who best fits into your politics, denomination, class, race, gender, and sexual orientation. … Continue reading Who’s Your Jesus?
http://youtube.com/v/lj3iNxZ8DwwPlease, someone tell me what she just said.
There he goes again.Our favorite alt.christian.republican Presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney, said that he's not opposed to keeping abortion legal in those states where the voters want it. Sounds like a classical "states rights" argument (which used to be a Democratic argument, but that was in an alternate universe).Two weeks ago, when he was youthful, foolish … Continue reading To Be Pro-Life or Not To Be: That is Mitt Romney’s Question
When the man who used to be South Carolina's next governor resigned his Aiken County Senate seat, he told us this about his new employer:"I’ve been impressed with the great strides they have taken to educate consumers about responsible use of the service. Payday advance customers appreciate this service, however, payday lending remains misunderstood by … Continue reading Title Loans: Tommy Moore’s "Benefits for Working Families"
Because of the generous spirit of the best darn blogger in South Carolina, I may finally get some eye balls. Not Very Bright, whose eponymous blog actually has a substantial following, has invited me to write a guest post on his site. I'm privileged to be there and privileged as well to count him as … Continue reading Finally, a chance to get some readers