Tag: NPR

  • Steve Bannon: Battering a Nation

    Steve Bannon: Battering a Nation

      Give me a roll of duct tape and five minutes alone in a room with Steve Bannon and I swear to the Barefoot Messiah he will come away with a profoundly new respect for journalists and devotees of the First Amendment. Okay, well it[..]
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  • Trump: God’s Man for the Hour

    Trump: God’s Man for the Hour

      Did you see the breaking news story yesterday about the baby Ivanka reportedly aborted when she was 16? Unconfirmed sources say that Donald Trump was the father of that child and that he was the one who paid for the abortion. Head over here and[..]
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  • The Debate Is Rigged

    The Debate Is Rigged

      Donald Trump fears that Monday's debate will be unfair. He assumed that the moderator, Lester Holt, was a Democrat. Trump was wrong about that. Holt has long been a registered Republican. Trump is right, however, when he says the debate will be unjust. The[..]
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  • Don’t Share that Post

    Don’t Share that Post

      This election season has a lot of us running around putting out fires. Between Hillary Clinton's propensity for dodging the truth and Donald Trump's inability to bridle his tongue, and the media's lack of professionalism, is it any wonder all of us are having[..]
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  • The CDC & the Same Old Plot

    The CDC & the Same Old Plot

    I was listening to NPR this morning as I do a lot of mornings. I can barely tolerate those cutsie wake-up morning shows on the radio. Everyone is so dang cheery and cheesy. And loud. Have you noticed that? You'd think a morning radio host[..]
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  • Deliver Us From Evil

    Deliver Us From Evil

    It is Good Friday. A term that has always seemed like an oxymoron to me. I mean, if you are going to be nailed to a cross, for any reason whatsoever, that does not seem like a particularly good day for anybody. Oh, I know,[..]
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  • What Darkness Fears

    What Darkness Fears

      [caption id="attachment_1285" align="aligncenter" width="580"] On the streets of Paris.[/caption] It was not for love of fashion or the macaroons that I went to Paris. What drew me to France was the art of remembering and honoring. What drew me to France was the writing[..]
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  • All God’s Creatures: Ferguson

    All God’s Creatures: Ferguson

      I listened to President Obama's remarks in the wake of the Ferguson Grand Jury decision as I drove home from Richland, Washington last night. I prefer the radio as my news source because it takes the hype out of the kind of reporting TV[..]
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  • Let’s Talk Ebola

    Let’s Talk Ebola

      Let's talk Ebola for a moment. I, like many of you, have been praying for those afflicted by Ebola. Not just Dr. Brantly and Nancy Writebol, the two Americans who were afflicted with the virus while ministering health to those suffering in West Africa,[..]
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