Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Back in the old days….

People actually helped their neighbors out.  Someone needed something done? The neighbors would come over and help. Someone having a hard time in life? Neighbors and churches would help out if they could.  The US needs a bit of the neighborrly spirit again.  Goverment help should be a last resort. It would save our country some money, and  perhaps get that spirit of friendship and brotherly love going once again.

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Podcast for Wednesday’s Show 12-8-10

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Disrespect for our Fallen Soldiers and a Classy Woman

It is disgusting what Fred Phelps and his crew are doing!  He is the so called pastor of a church in Kansas who goes around picketing the funerals of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan. These “Christians” say that its God’s revenge for the US accepting gays.  And they are also planning on picketing Elizabeth Edward’s funeral. Damn, let the poor lady rest in peace, after what she went through!  We’re  a fan of freedom of speech, but have a little compassion!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Sex and the Religious Right

It seems like the extreme Religious Right is more interested in other people's sex life rather then taking care of their own marriages/relationships.  They need to work on that, and their other Christian duties such as helping the poor and needy. Get your priorities straight!

Podcast for Monday's Show 11-29-10

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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Second Chances

This year in sports, there have been 2 shining examples of people making the most of  a second chance.  Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton missed 2 years in the middle of the decade due to drug and Alcohol abuse, and came back with a tremendous season last season, and was named the American League MVP.  In Football, Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Michael Vick spent 18 months in Federal prison for dog fighting,  has become a model citizen, and in having a monster season.  The moral of this story is no one is beyond redemption, and we need to be a bit more forgiving, both public figures, and friends and family in our own lives.