Author Archives: Bob Felton

The 99th day

What do you know? Earlier this week, with health care, tax reform, financing for the border wall and a possible government shutdown on this week’s agenda, I made a modest prediction: I bravely predict that the only bit of it … Continue reading

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When life imitates sarcasm

I’ve used the expression “Tabloid Nation” from time-to-time, as sarcasm, to draw attention to stories that reveal an unseemly regard for publicity without substance. Well, what do you know? It turns out that Matt Drudge is now a media consultant … Continue reading

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Uh-oh …

South Africa should expect to be struck with a serious natural disaster within the next week because it has arrested a Holy Man accused of raping women. Following the arrest and detention of Pastor Tim Omotosho, a Nigerian pastor based … Continue reading

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Theology-related deepity of the day

When God sings for joy, more energy is released than exists in all the matter and motion of the universe. https://t.co/ODdJXgn79F — Desiring God (@desiringGod) April 27, 2017 No.

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The earliest Americans

I posted a few weeks ago about America’s earliest known miners, the aboriginals who dug copper from pits in the Keweenaw Peninsula about 5000 B.C. It’s one of those odd historical tidbits that gets stuck in my head and doesn’t … Continue reading

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