For The Pack Rats

If you’re a pack rat like me, you’ll appreciate Susan Konig’s article in National Review: …what about the good chocolates, the fancy crackers, the special coffees that get saved? For me, if I have gourmet coffee, it is usually stored in the back of the cabinet or the fridge until, one morning, I run out … Read more

Book Sale

From now until the New Year, Spence Publishing is having a huge book sale. All hardbacks are only $10. I’m not a paid advertiser for Spence, but I have benefited from a number of their books like J. Budziszewski’s The Revenge of Conscience: Politics and the Fall of Man; F. Carolyn Craglia’s Domestic Tranquility:A Brief … Read more


It looks like the FBI has discovered that Almanacs are being used by terrorists. And all this time we thought they were using devices like explosives, box cutters, and nail clippers! The terrorists apparently have now discovered the power of reference books. Seriously though, this does seem a bit ridiculous. Then again, terrorists do some … Read more

And The Visor Came Crashing Down

It looks like the evil genius Steve Spurrier has “thrown in the visor” on his Washington Redskins coaching job. They must have uncovered the fact that he was coach of the wretched Florida Gators for a number of years. Perhaps Spurrier and his visor will find work as a casino card dealer… Have I ever … Read more

Bi, Bi, Miss American Pie

It seems that bisexuality has become chic for teenage girls in South Florida [link via Marvin Olasky]. A South Florida Sun-Sentinel article states that many girls are kissing other girls or even claiming to be bisexual because it gives them attention from boys: “It’s really just straight children acting out that natural pubescent rebellion, of … Read more

Forth Eorlingas!

I finally made it to see Return of the King over the weekend. It is an amazing film which makes one question paying the same price to see a lesser movie. The acting was superb, and the battle scenes were breathtaking. All in all, I had only a few qualms. First, [SPOILER WARNING] I think … Read more

A Christmas Conversion?

While most Christians were celebrating the birth of Christ with their families yesterday, it seems that Howard Dean had a conversion of his own. Drudge links to this Boston Globe article entitled “Seeking a new emphasis, Dean touts his Christianity.” It appears from the article that Dean has come out of the closet, so to … Read more

A Restoration…

The people who walk in darkness Will see a great light; Those who live in a dark land, The light will shine on them. Isaiah 9:2 Season’s Greetings Happy Holidays Happy Winter Holiday Merry Christmas!