Tag Archives: Accountability

Under Law

About the time Lisa and I were married I was involved in an automobile accident. My father-in-law, brother-in-law, and I were driving down a four-lane road and pulled into the left hand turn lane at an intersection. There was quite … Continue reading

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Of the People

Well the election season is upon us and I have to admit that this is the most discouraging of all the political seasons I have participated in. Of our two major candidates one is self-destructive reverting to schoolyard antics at … Continue reading

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Cover Up

My son, Tim, recently told me that my grand daughter, Annalee, made a sign and asked if she could hang it on her bedroom door. He told her that would be fine. A few days later, as he walked by … Continue reading

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Whose Body?

At an event in New Hampshire a young woman asked Donald Trump, “Do I get to choose what I do with my body?” On his talk radio program a couple weeks ago Fox News host Alan Colmes accused conservatives of … Continue reading

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Stealth in Deer Hunting

I enjoy deer hunting but I have trouble sitting still in the deer stand for long periods of time. I usually take my Bible, another book, and snacks yet I still get a little fidgety as time goes on. The … Continue reading

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Peek-A-Boo

When our children were little one of the first games we played with them was “Peek-A-Boo”. We would hold our hands over our eyes, pause a second and then fling them open and yell “peek-a-boo!” As they got the hang … Continue reading

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Exposed

The other day My son, Tim, and I were talking about his kids; Ryder, who is almost two and a half, and Annalee, who turns six next month.  We were talking about how different they are when it comes to … Continue reading

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