A Trip. A Sunday Night. A Decision.

We went on a trip to NY, Long Island, really, to hear GradSchoolGirl’s first graduate recital. The recital was successful, and besides the nasty weather on Friday where we considered wearing everything we packed just to keep warm (“Just bring a light jacket, you’ll be fine – my hind parts!!), the trip was fun.

Sunday dawned too bright and too early for the weary travelers. Worship was wonderful. You could feel something was going on. The pastor sat us all down after the invitation to ask our prayers while he decided to run for Congress. Then he called a meeting at 4:30.

That evening at the meeting, he outlined the events of the week (most of which we’d missed since we were in the frozen hinterlands sunny Stony Brook), the scriptures that spoke to him and where he was in the decision process. Then he opened the floor for questions and comments. The outpouring of love and support was simply indescribable. It was been a very long time since I was in a church where you could feel God’s presence in the room.

Yesterday, Dr. Jody Hice, my pastor, announced his candidacy for GA-10. I couldn’t be prouder!

Hands Off American’s Retirement!

Greedy Democrats, and other ne’er-do-wells are chomping at the bit to get their hands on our retirement savings.

If Australia can do it, you can bet the ObamaPelosi monster will figure out a way to steal even more from us.

So somebody’s going to decide what “reasonable levels” are. The U.S. Government will decide whether your lifestyle is reasonable or not, and if not, then you’ll pay.

What’s that? You earned that money? You were responsible, and made sure you could pay your own way, even if that includes expensive health care services as you get older?

It’s all right there in the Obama budget presented yesterday.

RIP Margaret Thatcher

thatcherFormer Prime Minister of Great Britain Margaret Thatcher died this morning, according to a statement by her children.

Ronnie is meeting her at the Pearly Gates, saying “Well done, good and faithful servant.”

Isn’t It Nice to Know that the U.S. Army Thinks I’m a Religious Extremist?

ReligiousExtremismAnd you Catholics, too. We’re all lumped in the pot with Hamas and al-Qaeda.

Read more here.

Chesterton was right, “The issue is now clear. It is between light and darkness and everyone must choose his side.”

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