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"Carl Henry Was Right" by Richard Mouw

Christians should have a fundamentally critical-prophetic stance against any and all political-economic ideologies while simultaneously being very cautious and uneasy about affirming or proposing any political-economic ideology (and certainly refusing to do so without nuance, qualification, or caveat)… let alone deify it as many seemingly have done. 11 more words

Politics

Episode 212 - Liberal Hypocrisy Yet Again

While I try to be positive, the Regressives keep giving me such material that just screams for sharing with my listeners. On the good news side I did have a first person account of the Forsyth County (GA) Tax Day rally. 31 more words

Politics

Whitehall and Churchill

Essentially adjacent to Westminster sits Whitehall, a large governmental administrative sector, including 10 Downing Street, home of the Prime Minister. The area is appropriately impressive but also not the sort of place you would ‘hang out’. 245 more words

Architecture

History, The Spoils System, Civil Service ... And Buyer's Regrets

the IRS is demanding the list of contributors to a Ron Paul group. Apparently the agency’s pursuit of non-Democrat political groups continues without Lois Lerner to head it. 337 more words

Politics

Oro government leads in the fight against illegal land grabbing

From ACT NOW!

While PNG Prime Minister Peter O’Neill sits on his hands refusing to cancel unlawful SABL leases and stop illegal logging, the Oro Provincial government is standing with its people against the Malaysian led land grab. 244 more words

Papua New Guinea

Nominations Corner - Health And Human Services

The recent resignation of Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius prompts a revisit of the slow march from nominee to confirmation.  While the President acted quickly to… 219 more words

Science Policy: General

Westminster

In our various day trips around London we frequently passed by the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, and Westminster Abbey.  This view is from the boat we took from Kew as we approached the dock. 424 more words

Architecture