Matias Quiet Pro Keyboard for Mac – A Review – It’s a pleasure to use and not too loud.
Ain’t it just like the government? Lay off the people who actually do the work, but keep the bureaucrats in place??? Thank you Mr. President for punishing the American People for political advantage… Cynical, without a doubt.
“We should pass a law against bombings! …Oh, yeah, we already have one…” You cannot prevent evil people, bent upon evil, from doing evil. They will find a way to do it. What they want to do is illegal already, and the absurdity of passing a law against the crime only provides people with a […]
Quickbooks “tech support” is a scamming operation more interested in selling upgrades than in helping you fix your problems.
Homeschoolers Stripped Of Rights
The Obama administration has stated in court that homeschooling is not a parental right.
Reblogged from Seth's Oasis: A recent article by Ed Stetzer pointedly describes the angst over the choosing of a new pope who is ‘traditional’ and ‘conservative’ rather in doctrine instead of one who is ‘modern’ and ‘progressive.’ Now, I am not Catholic nor do I agree with all of their doctrinal beliefs, but I certainly […]
Reblogged from Seth's Oasis: With all of the hot-button issues regarding the Bible and God’s standard of holiness and morality being thrown around the news lately, I was intrigued by one writer’s proposed way of tackling the issues if he were ever interviewed by “Piers or Larry or Tavis or Rosie or Ellen or The […]
Are you a fan of Jesus, or a follower? A fan can sit in the stands and do the wave. A follower gets out on the field, gets dirty and bruised. No place to play it safe when you are called to serve Jesus:
“If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you… Remember the word that I said to you, ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you…” John 15:18-20
Reblogged from Seth's Oasis: 10 Sure Signs We’ve Lost Our Minds By Trevin Wax Documenting the bizarre beliefs and inconsistencies that surface in contemporary discourse… 1. We worry about the shallowness and superficiality of online relationships, so we go to FaceBook and Twitter to register our concerns. 2. We are so focused on the newest […]
Reblogged from Seth's Oasis: Some have praised the hyper-sexed half-time show of the Super Bowl and some of the commercials as being “empowering to women” rather than objectifying and degrading women. Yet, when a person responds to the so-called, “empowerment” the way the ads & half-time show in a way that congruent with the message […]