The Watercooler ~ He Is Able
I was able recently to join a bunch of like-minded Christians to seriously pray for America. For an extended length of time. It was so refreshing and encouraging to be with others who see all the same discouraging and destructive forces that we all see and battle every day. Forces that seem to be overwhelming and suffocating our nation. Don’t forget the power that is | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ I oppose SSM because it’s Icky…so what?
Is anyone else getting tired of parsing words and dissecting “legal opinions” to find permission to discriminate with dignity? I mean, surely we must be told what to think and why by our betters, right? To discriminate between right and wrong, good and bad, or sincere and hypocritical, is something that should only be left to the experts. Otherwise, all of us flyover-country rednecks will | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Meet Bibi the Bibisitter
I stumbled upon this campaign commercial a few weeks ago and it was so hilarious I must have watched it twenty times. Bibi doesn’t look too worried about the upcoming election, does he? Enjoy and have a great weekend. The Watercooler is always an open thread.
The Watercooler ~ Bibi’s Historic Speech Open Thread
The Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal has provided a YouTube video that will broadcast Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s historic address to a joint session of Congress this morning. Thought I would put it up for those who want to watch and comment. Be blessed, Bibi.
The Watercooler ~ PoliticalPews
Anyone who really knows me from my writings at RedState knows that my faith informs my political views. I have been writing diaries here for over three years and — like many of you — struggle with how to incorporate biblical values back into the political discourse in the public square. It is a huge failure on the part of the church that we have | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Should Justices Ginsburg and Kagan Recuse Themselves From Gay Marriage Case?
There is much legitimate criticism of the main stream press for their biased reporting. Not only are most of the stories covered written by liberal journalists from a liberal point of view, if they could be charged with criminal neglect or gross negligence for ignoring or refusing to cover stories of serious misconduct, or possible illegal behavior by Democrats in government, a lot of them | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ RedSection
Thought it was time to stop by RedState and let you know what mischief I have gotten myself into. In the past, I have agonized regarding feeling stuck in a state that has politically fallen completely off the deep end. For a person such as myself, whom I sometimes describe as being “born conservative,” watching the gradual demise and takeover of California by the wretched | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Unto Us a Child Is Born
Thank God we live in America. Though she is currently bruised and battered and struggling to recover her true identity, along comes the celebration of celebrations to remind us of things that truly matter — in this world and in this life. No leftist ideology or hatred spewed from the mouths of the ignorant and the arrogant can extinguish the Light of Christ, nor prevent | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Psst…GOP…get a clue, it’s time to seize the narrative already
Hey, GOP! Listen up. We are all watching what you are going to do with your newly won power. Most of us in the sane, sober and non-naive conservative/tea party wing of the party, don’t trust the establishment as far as we can throw them. Not only that, we realize that you are even more capable of leading from behind than Obama. Especially when true | Read More »
The Watercooler ~ Eleven Tea Party Backed New Members in Congress
If you are like me, the stunning wins for the Republican Party on Tuesday are taking time to absorb. There were so many wins across the nation that it will be a while before we understand fully what took place on the ground — up close and personal. For this morning, I want to draw from the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal article regarding the eleven | Read More »