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Olivia Is The Word

In a week where there is so much to choose from, I can’t really gather my thoughts and present them before hitting the one thing that happened that really stuck in my craw.  And not for the first time, it was Texas senator Rafael Cruz.  I call him that because I don’t use chummy nicknames with people I don’t know, […]

Jail, Jesus & John.

On your knees , heathens. Jail.  As a Dallas-based Babatist Christian, I take notice when mighty conferences of faith take place here in my home city.  Such it was this past weekend as the Conservative Political Action Conference took place this weekend.  A host of conservative, evangelical acorns (nuts) gathered to proselytize and opine on all things of Christian nationalism.  […]

The Boomer Strikes Back

This week, I ran across an unsolicited self-help article clearly designed for the remaining Baby Boomers who want to be led “into a successful 21st century!”  It was written by a Gen-Xer clearly striving to be as “cool” and “relevant” as a millennial.  I’m going to mind the generation gap here, although jumping into it might be fun, too. There’s […]

The Beaver, The Bear & The Fox.

And the Lord created all the beasts of the field. Beaver.  What a loss of fine family values!  Brother Tony Dow met his Maker this week at the age of 77.  Some of you children may not know that name, but to many of a certain age, he was a part of one the most wholesome families on television.  Brother […]

Who Is Josh Hawley?

Sometimes a story that is fresh on Friday is often stale by Sunday.  But I can’t let last week’s season finale of Insurrection:  American Crime Story go without just a bit of attention. This hearing was focused on tying up at least most of the loose ends from the preceding episodes, as a good finale should always do, while laying […]

Roe, Run & Runts.

Fish Eggs and Frat Boys are in my thoughts this week. Roe.  I am so over all this talk about Roe.  By definition, “Roe” is a term for fish eggs.  In this day and age of inflation and high prices, why are we worried about caviar?  This seems a bit much.  I think we should stick to more important issues […]

Heat Wave

We’re having a heat wave.  While Irving Berlin’s “Heat Wave” is a tropical one, I’m not sure what we’re experiencing has anything to do with any exotic locale.  It’s one thing for it to be hotter than Hades in Texas, or even across the country, but when the spread of it is across the globe, that’s something else entirely. But […]

Mommy. Melting. Mauling.

I’ve been losing sleep over this week’s events.  Pray with me. Mommy.  Oh, how the mighty have fallen.  Literally.  Sister Ivana Trump, first wife of you-know-who and mother of the spawn, has left this mortal coil after falling down the stairs of her palatial townhome in Manhattan.  Perhaps it was the danger of fancy high heels after 70.  Perhaps it was […]

American Crime Stories

It had to happen, happen sometime.  After six previous hearings, this week’s episode of Insurrection:  American Crime Story left something to be desired.  Sure, there were more dots connected, providing more disturbing evidence of Trump’s efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election results and his role in setting in motion the violent attack on the U. S. Capitol on January […]

Ticket, Travel & Telescope.

The Lord is moving, and we need to as well! Ticket.  I’d like to offer prayer for a fine Sister-in-Christ here in my home city of Dallas.  In light of the recent Supreme Court ministry on women’s health and the redefinition of where life begins, Sister Brandy Bottone was recently solo navigating her car on the freeways of Dallas when she […]