I Want to Be a Fat Black Grandmother

    When I get older, I want to be a fat black grandmother, like the ones in the movies. Like Mammy of “Gone With the Wind” or Oracle in “The Matrix”; the older black women who are full of love and grace and wisdom. You can tell these women anything horrible that you’ve done and they respond with love and grace and typically ask you what | Read More »

    The Dog Ate It

    The Baker Report Dr. Jake Baker Yesterday, while criticizing Vice Presidential Nominee, Paul Ryan, who spoke of his father in his Wisconsin speech this past weekend, Joe Biden quoted his father, implying that his dad was wiser than Ryan’s dad. “…My dad [had] a lot of wisdom. Every time someone tells you, say, ‘Look, let me tell you what’s important to me, what I value.’ | Read More »

    The Search for Wisdom in Candidates

    November 11, 2010, to every veteran, of every period in our nation’s history, alive or dead, I salute you. If you haven’t noticed, it was Wisdom that won big on November, the wisdom of the People demanding that wisdom be restored in government. Yes, the “collective wisdom” of the People I’ll take over “collective salvation” any day. The entire purpose of the Constitution was to | Read More »

    Summary of a Leaders Duties

    These are the things I want you to teach and preach. If you have leaders there who teach otherwise, who refuse the solid words of our Master Jesus and this godly instruction, tag them for what they are: ignorant windbags who infect the air with germs of envy, controversy, bad-mouthing, suspicious rumors. These people always cause trouble. Their minds are corrupt, and they don’t tell | Read More »

    Learning From Lee

    Being something of a civil war buff, one of my heroes and role models has been Robert E. Lee, one of the greatest generals to ever map out a strategy. The general was the epitome of what used to be known as a Christian gentleman. Lee was an Episcopalian, long before that denomination’s liberals made it so difficult for the rest of us to remain in | Read More »

    Cal Thomas: There are still two Kingdoms.

    Cal Thomas today declared the end of the Religious Right. To which I will say, “Yes and no.” I have struggled with this my entire adult life. Having been a Conservative longer than I have been a practicing, Bible-believing Christian, this is a perplexing question to me. And I will be honest. I have been frustrated for over a decade with how easily the Evangelical | Read More »