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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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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Marine’s Message to ISIS

Nick Powers is a Marine veteran who personally saw our Islamist enemy soundly defeated in Iraq. His open letter to ISIS was originally published at Warfighter’s Foundation. As I sit here constantly hearing and watching you execute innocent men, women and children in the Middle East I chuckle. Why do I chuckle you may ask?…
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San Francisco’s (Poop) Problem

I do a lot of walking in San Francisco as a part of my fitness routine. The steep hills of the city make for a challenging workout and the spectacular views of the Bay make my long walks very enjoyable. However during certain portions of my treks I really have to watch my step because…
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Christian Devotionals (for Men)

I’ve been leading mens’ Bible study groups for years and have finally decided to use this platform to share some of my Christian devotionals. While tailored to men they are certainly applicable to women as well. These brief studies in God’s word are also being shared at faithhappenings.com, a brand new site created by Greg…
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Unbroken: a great American has gone home

He’s one of my all-time great American heroes and he died peacefully last night at the age of 97. He is Louis Zamperini. Zamperini was a member of the 1936 U.S. Olympic track and field team who survived repeated, horrid, torture for two years as a Japanese prisoner of war during World War II. I…
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Bergdahl will become a leftist icon

An Obama administration official apologized Thursday after suggesting on Twitter that Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s platoon might have been filled with “psychopaths.”  It was an obvious  attempt to defend Bergdahl against criticism from his fellow soldiers. Brandon Friedman, deputy assistant secretary for public affairs at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, sent out a series of…
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Obama’s Climate Assessment: Eco-Lies

Today the Obama Administration released it’s gloom and doom National Climate Assessment.  According to the 800-page report the carbon pollution created by Americans is literally destroying the earth as we know it. I propose three questions: – The Assessment condemns fossil fuel usage.  Will Obama stop flying on Air Force One for golf games? -…
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Better than ever: my Patriot Ribs

Just in time for the Super Bowl!  These ribs are delicious and easy to fix!  Plus, because a barbecue is required complete with beautiful billowing clouds of carbon dioxide, you’ll drive the environmentalists crazy! Each time I published this recipe I receive excellent reviews from all over the world, including lots of folks in Texas…
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The Truth About Christmas in 60-Seconds

Jesus, God’s only begotten son, vacated his right place in heaven, therefore giving up his Godhood, to become one of us!  He was born to a woman named Mary and came to carry out a mission: to make way for the salvation of all humankind. Of course he succeeded!  Jesus died upon a cross, shedding…
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