Monday, August 24, 2009


Gadzooks! Has it been twelve days since I last visited this wonderful instrument for expressing religious and political views without fear of government repercussions?

Indeed. A blog neglected for that much time is surely needing some periodic attention. I occasionally read my latest posts and mull possible ideas. But it takes a full-blown inspiration from somewhere to attack the blog with both fingers (and thumbs).

Having started a third paragraph without so much as a link to is a sad situation. Writer's block has permutated to Blogger's blank.

With that said, perhaps it is good to be involved with online classes to keep my mind active and working, so that I can come up with stellar blog posts like this one. I wonder at times if this endeavor is living up to all of the hype about blogging.

The ultimate Blogger's Blank is to blog about blogging. A columnless column. Maybe this is just a warm up to a bigger and better post. One thinks and hopes so.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009


I am posting a link to the exhaustive list of World Net Daily coverage of the Barak Obama eligibility issue.

The way I see it, if you have "nothing to hide," and "transparency" is your policy, then you should release your long-form birth certificate. But since our crooked Liar-in-Chief is so hell-bent on taking over the world, why should he bother us truth-seekers with such irrelevant trivia?

Saturday, August 8, 2009


Today's post is a fulfillment of a class assignment for an online course I'm taking on Web development. Yes, the Web needs developing, doesn't it...

In any event, I hope to score all possible points with this "home run" of a blog post, which I hope it will be when I'm done with it. At this point, I must clue my teachers in. I have been blogging for a while, so I hope this already-existing blog will meet the requirement. 

Now the challenge of blogging is coming up with a topic that interests me (out of the myriad that interest me), and  discussing it (with myself) in a reasonably intelligent manner. This is more of a challenge than you might think. So many ideas run through my mind. Yet only a very select few pass muster and get hurled into cyberspace.

Word-smithing, another way of saying, "beating the tar out of your thoughts," is quite a craft and an art. Blogging is an ideal way to get it out there. To see your work in print is the most gratifying accomplishment, right after landing on the moon, of course!

Well, instead of taking any more bits of bandwidth, I'd like to bid you farewell. 

So I will.

Monday, August 3, 2009


Today's kudos (acclaim or praise) goes to my brother and his blog, The Machiavellian Messiah, which follows the destructive and counterproductive policies and activities of "President" Barack Obama's administration.

For those of us who have to look up "machiavellian" in the dictionary, it means, "of or relating to the political doctrine of [Niccolo] Machiavelli... an Italian political theorist" who lived from 1469-1527. He held that "craft and deceipt are justified in pursuing and maintaining political power."(The American Heritage Dictionary)

That said, here is a link (or two) for the World Net Daily stories about such things, and their eventual discovery:


Is this really smoking gun of Obama's Kenyan birth?
Attorney files motion for authentication of alleged 1960s certificate from Africa

Obama: Where have all his records gone?
Footprints of president's own history either vanish or remain covered up

I hope it is not copyright infringement if I post these links exactly as formatted on the original source documents. I'll keep you posted.

I have to wonder if all of this is true! My, how far we've strayed as a country from the foundations of freedom and civility based on the Bible! Let's get back.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Stop! In the Name of Bank Policy!

A little story about a bank teller who was fired for apprehending a bank robber caught my eye on today. I pondered the bank's policy prohibiting action against the perpetrator unless personal safety was at risk.

Well, duh. His personal safety was at risk!

I know, the police-- rightly so-- want witnesses to report the crime, not to be heroes who may not live to tell their side of the story.

This was another case from the Too Bad Department of crime fighting. I'm sure another bank will snatch him up faster than a running bank robber.