Monthly Archives: January 2012

What the…? The only people at the March for Life were…abortion supporters?!?

Yesterday I wrote about the always-hilarious media bias surrounding the March for Life. I said that a CNN anchor’s questioning in 2010 whether there were more pro-aborts or pro-lifers at the March for Life was probably the most laughable example … Continue reading

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Why I Love Religion, Because I Love Jesus

Do I really love Jesus?  No.  But I thought this would be an appropriate title given the thing I’m responding to … namely, a poem by Jefferson Bethke whose YouTube video has recently gone viral, called: “Why I Hate Religion, But Love … Continue reading

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Permaculture – the sustainable farm of the future?

One of the most intriguing fields right now is that of sustainable farming. It might come as a surprise to some that a pro-life conservative like me gives the time of day to the “sustainable” movement, given that so much … Continue reading

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The Father’s Tale – a book review

There’s something strangely daunting about trying to judge the value of a modern novel. Perhaps that’s part of the reason why I don’t read them. I like to joke that I never read a book unless its author has been … Continue reading

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