Silent Night

I grew up in a loving, unique, at times hilarious, secular, sort-of-Jewish family (my dad was Jewish, my mother Finnish).  We acknowledged Hanukah, and we also celebrated Christmas.  We always had a Christmas tree, which my dad dubbed, “the Hanukah bush,” and we excitedly exchanged presents each Christmas morning. For the first eight years of…
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A Thanksgiving Blessing, from Abraham Lincoln

I’ve taken the liberty to abridge President Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation from 1863.  It seems as if it were written for us today. May God richly bless you and yours during this season of hope and good cheer. Brian —————— The year that is drawing towards its close, has been filled with the blessings of fruitful…
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Obama’s war on the 1st Amendment

The Obama administration dislikes freedom of the press—a hallmark of liberty.  Here are eight examples: During a two-month period in 2012, the US Justice Department seized telephone records from some 100 journalists at Associated Press offices in New York, Washington and Connecticut without providing any explanation. In her book, “Stonewalled: My Fight for Truth Against…
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Wake Up, Church: California is challenging you

For years I have publicly stated that the government is eventually going to try silence the message of the Christian church.  Generally I thought such a move would involve sexuality and marriage. The scenario would look like this: the church refuses to marry a same-sex couple and will then be billed a “hater church.” Next,…
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Kevin Metheny. Rest In Peace.

My boss, Kevin Metheny, was found unconscious at his desk Friday afternoon.  He’s was pronounced dead soon after. We were planning to have lunch together this Wednesday. Kevin was a brilliant radio programmer. He was also hilarious.  His stories about the biz were filled with the names of his friends—all giants in the industry—whom he…
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Bird Brains on Bay Bridge

They may be a protected species but the double-crested cormorants and other birds that call the old Bay Bridge home are fast becoming a $33 million pain in the rear. As crews disassemble the 10,000-foot-long steel structure where the birds roost, they’ve had to carefully deal with state and federal environmental laws designed to protect…
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The Great Unraveling

This post is a must read for anyone who is deeply concerned that America and the world are headed in the wrong direction.  If you’re unaware of the unraveling of the fabric of global society then I beg you to continue reading.  Hopefully you will be enlightened as to the state of our terrestrial ball….
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Gender Bender at Bay Area College

I wrote this article for my monthly column in the “Buffalo Gap News Roundup,” published in Buffalo Gap, Texas. I admit it. I live in Kooksville. An all-women’s college here in the San Francisco Bay Area is expanding its definition of female.  Mills College, near Oakland, is now the first single-sex college in the country…
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Walking My Pro-Life Talk

Many years ago my wife and I lived in Santa Cruz and were participating in a peaceful protest march outside Planned Parenthood. One of the marchers held a sign that read, Adoption Not Abortion. A crazy counter-protester sarcastically yelled, “Right, like you would adopt my kid!” The comment got my wife and I thinking aloud,…
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Urgent: ISIS Beheading Children!

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