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The 701 Club: Christie, Crazy & Carvey

Open your hearts, Brothers and Sisters, and let us ponder the world around us. Christie: This headline has really caused me concern: “TRUMP TAPS CHRISTIE TO LEAD TRANSITION.”  Trump is transitioning? This will crated a HUGE bathroom issue at Trump Tower. And how in the world is Chris Christie going to take time away from his eating schedule to have […]

My Name Is Craig and I’m A (Political) Junkie

While Americans may no longer depend on print journalism to be well-informed, they don’t depend on CNN, MSNBC, or Fox either. Because, let’s face it, those of us who haunt those networks aren’t looking for the news of the day. We’re junkies. And our dealers (Wolf Blitzer, Rachel Maddow, Megyn Kelly, et al.) have been cutting our drugs with baby […]

The Ultimate Upgrade In Positano

For our last night in Positano, our hotel – Hotel Marincanto – surprised us with an upgrade to the Honeymoon Suite. This suite was so baller (it had an indoor pool!) that we didn’t leave again until the next morning when we had to head back to Rome for our last night in Italy.

The 701 Club: Cruz, Cruise & Crews

Another week brings another opportunity for ministry in the news. May these thoughts on current events speak to you heart. Cruz: I have heard it all! That cry baby, orange skinned former Speaker of the House, John Boehner, has embraced his private citizen status and allowed himself to speak his mind freely. Not that Brother JB no longer has to […]

You Have Mail

It would be too embarrassing for me to admit how many unopened emails are in my inbox. Not that the unopened ones are from anyone I actually know, you understand. Mostly junk mail from anyone who managed to get my email address. Oh, and political fundraising. Lots of those. So every time I go online, there they are—these unread messages […]

The 701 Club: NBA, DOA & B-I-N-G-O

Let us pause for a brief look at the current state of our world.  Here are some thoughts which the Lord has laid on my heart. NBA: Commercialization is wrapping its evil tentacles around yet another untouched frontier. The National Basketball Association recently voted to allow advertising space to be sold on basketball player tank tops. Now we can expect […]

A Bowl Of Cherry Tomatoes

Almost every week, something hits the radar and I can hardly wait to write about it. Like a luscious vine-ripened East Texas tomato, some topic will just fall out of the sky, begging to be sliced and diced. Or, just eaten whole with a salt shaker. But that didn’t happen this week—I only got cherry tomatoes, nothing really big enough […]

The 701 Club: Cohen, Cruz & Crack

This week’s news review is truly not fit for children, as I attempt to opine on some real filth in our world. Cohen: Sin and degradation has landed squarely in the home of my ministry, Dallas, Texas. Andy Cohen, that filthy sodomite with Bravo TV, has extended his “Real Housewives” franchise to include our beloved city. Just so I would […]

Pink Lemons & Professional Wrestling

Claire – in her dance class get up – joins me as we unpack this week’s Blue Apron box, yell at the dogs and talk about pink lemons (I didn’t even know they existed!), my little brother’s professional wrestling career, successful friends (Go Promise – Congrats on your TapInfluence success & WSJ coverage!) and a frog’s reproductive process…naturally. And, for reasons […]

Religious Freedom

Those pesky religious freedom laws in North Carolina and Mississippi are bumming out a lot of folks, gay and otherwise. From big business to rock stars, opponents are canceling corporate expansions and concerts. Even a major adult site (with a really creepy name) is blocking North Carolinians from viewing its porn…pulling out of North Carolina, so to speak, leaving North […]