News Comment Archive

  • Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

    In Memory of Roger Bennett

    Roger Bennett, prominent Southern gospel pianist for the legendary Cathedrals Quartet, co-founder and pianist for the Legacy Five, and loved son, husband, and father passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2007 at the age of 48. Roger started with the legendary Cathedrals in 1979 as a young, nervous piano player, […]

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  • Laura Ingraham was on O’Reilly Factor last night, griping about how much the network tends to show scantily-clad women in its newscasts. However, Bill didn’t seem to take it seriously at all, whereas Laura was pretty riled up over it. You know what? I agree with her. Before I go […]

    Flashing Flesh on Fox News

    Laura Ingraham was on O’Reilly Factor last night, griping about how much the network tends to show scantily-clad women in its newscasts. However, Bill didn’t seem to take it seriously at all, whereas Laura was pretty riled up over it. You know what? I agree with her. Before I go […]

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  • I was listening to Laura Ingraham’s show this afternoon…which, if you’re a listener, I can explain it as a weird oddity of the local talk station: one hour comes on at 9 and the other at 2 after Limbaugh. The show featured an exchange between Wolf Blitzer and Vice President […]

    Committing to What’s Right

    I was listening to Laura Ingraham’s show this afternoon…which, if you’re a listener, I can explain it as a weird oddity of the local talk station: one hour comes on at 9 and the other at 2 after Limbaugh. The show featured an exchange between Wolf Blitzer and Vice President […]

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  • In case you heard it, too, it was the sound of hundreds of sports “analysts” at ESPN collectively filling their shorts last night around 10:30PM. Or you may have heard it a little before 8PM. That’s about the time Florida started dismantling Ohio State last night in the BCS National […]

    Was that a loud “blorp” I heard last night?

    In case you heard it, too, it was the sound of hundreds of sports “analysts” at ESPN collectively filling their shorts last night around 10:30PM. Or you may have heard it a little before 8PM. That’s about the time Florida started dismantling Ohio State last night in the BCS National […]

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  • First post of 2007…zippity doo dah. There’s more important stuff to talk about. We had some really nasty weather going on late Thursday/early Friday morning. I was in the middle of typing something around 2am…ish when the power went out. Since my laptop’s in the shop, I was using the […]

    Grace in the new year

    First post of 2007…zippity doo dah. There’s more important stuff to talk about. We had some really nasty weather going on late Thursday/early Friday morning. I was in the middle of typing something around 2am…ish when the power went out. Since my laptop’s in the shop, I was using the […]

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  • I don’t understand why people hate it when others take stands for something they feel is important. While browsing the internet with the TV on, I overheard a story about how conservative Judaism will now allow openly gay rabbis. While it really isn’t much to me, as I’m not a […]

    What’s wrong with taking a stand? Everything, apparently.

    I don’t understand why people hate it when others take stands for something they feel is important. While browsing the internet with the TV on, I overheard a story about how conservative Judaism will now allow openly gay rabbis. While it really isn’t much to me, as I’m not a […]

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  • Before I go any further, my sincerest prayers go out to those familes who’ve suffered loss in the wake of this tragedy. There’s no way for anyone to truly understand the grief this sort of circumstance causes for the loved ones of these guys. That said, I can not view […]

    What I think of the Mount Hood tragedy

    Before I go any further, my sincerest prayers go out to those familes who’ve suffered loss in the wake of this tragedy. There’s no way for anyone to truly understand the grief this sort of circumstance causes for the loved ones of these guys. That said, I can not view […]

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  • I’ve griped to friends and family at length over the past few months about these international dorks who abuse their diplomatic leeway, specifically in the realms of free speech allowed, in order to tear down and say things I would evict them from the country for uttering on American soil. […]

    Kofi can take his job and sho….nevermind.

    I’ve griped to friends and family at length over the past few months about these international dorks who abuse their diplomatic leeway, specifically in the realms of free speech allowed, in order to tear down and say things I would evict them from the country for uttering on American soil. […]

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  • My opinion on this subject may not be considered worthwhile, as I don’t know the names and stats of every kid on every team in every conference of every division of college football. But anyone who does is a blithering moron for it, so I feel my thoughts are just […]

    On College Football Championships

    My opinion on this subject may not be considered worthwhile, as I don’t know the names and stats of every kid on every team in every conference of every division of college football. But anyone who does is a blithering moron for it, so I feel my thoughts are just […]

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  • I’m sick to death of cable news channels trying to pass off tabloid material as news. I don’t care about Britney Spears’ domestic squabbles. I don’t want to hear about OJ Simpson’s ridiculous new book on how he killed (oops, would have if he’d ever wanted to) Nicole and Ron. […]

    Stupid news coverage

    I’m sick to death of cable news channels trying to pass off tabloid material as news. I don’t care about Britney Spears’ domestic squabbles. I don’t want to hear about OJ Simpson’s ridiculous new book on how he killed (oops, would have if he’d ever wanted to) Nicole and Ron. […]

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