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Under the Tower of Babel (1995)
Solomon wrote there will be no end of the writing of books. If he lived now, he would decry the endless cacophony of electronic verbiage. Page after page of endless, mindless tripe. People selling something; people saying something. No body reading anything! If the page doesn't have pictures, [click] the viewer is gone. Everyone is looking for entertainment. No one is looking for substance. But we keep on writing and we think someone will read it. Oh, how we deceive ourselves -- convinced of our own immortality. Words, words, words . . . - cominus
Category Archives: sad state of union
By cominus | Published: 24 Feb 2013
ATTENTION IDAHO: If you do not contact your state representative immediately – OBAMACARE WILL BE LAW IN IDAHO – we will have a bill on the governor’s desk within a few weeks establishing a state health exchange. When this happens, expect a new bureaucracy to be formed, health care costs . . .
By cominus | Published: 15 Feb 2013
In a bold move, sixteen (16) freshman lawmakers in the Idaho house are pressing for the status quo – more big government. Gone are the days when newly elected idealogues stand boldly for cherished principle then slowly recede via compromise into the landscape. Now they grandstand for absolutely no principle . . .
By cominus | Published: 19 Jan 2013
Reprint (modified) from an article written in 1996. The Bible tells us God made man in His own image (Gen 1:27). In other words, God created man to reflect His image. So that man would not be alone, God created woman from the bone of man. Together, man and woman become . . .
By cominus | Published: 16 Jan 2013
Quote of the Day – by Allen West There’s not a single directive the President announced today that would have prevented the tragedy at Sandy Hook. This is all about extending government control over the lives of law-abiding American citizens. The administration is focused on “gun control,” but what about “spending control?” . . .
By cominus | Published: 07 May 2012
The original title of this article is “Pragmatism is Not Compatible With Christian Principle.” This is a classic reprise reprinted from Tandem Vincitur, July 1997 and posted to this website in September 2008. It has been reprinted by others almost every election cycle and stolen by some. My policy is . . .
By cominus | Published: 19 Mar 2012
This is a blast from the past – stumbled onto it on the internet. It was reprinted from our April/May 1998 newsletter, Tandem Vincitur. It is still relevant today. Hope you find it useful. I listened to Billy Graham on Larry King’s radio show. Larry asked the minister what he . . .
By cominus | Published: 18 Mar 2012
Last night, I attended a Town Hall meeting at the Hayden city council chambers. The meeting featured Steve Vick, our State Senator and Phil Hart and Vito Barbieri, our two State Representatives for District 3. There appeared to be two groups of people present: the first group was pro-life, constitutional, . . .
By cominus | Published: 23 Jun 2010
[This is an old speech but it is not out of date. The names and faces may have changed but the issues are even more clear today.] In his article for the Monroe Weekly entitled, CONSERVATIVES: MAKE EVERY VOTE COUNT, Paul Elvig wrote: Ralph Reed, the former executive director of the Christian . . .
By others | Published: 27 May 2010
It is amazing we have come this far. Remember even as little as twenty years ago, the Left marginalized the Right, that embryo experimentation could lead to man-animal hybrids? And we are here now? and the Right was right after all? God save our nation. Columbus, OH – May 27, 2010 – . . .
By others | Published: 17 May 2010
by Christine Beech http://www.postbulletin.com/newsmanager/templates/localnews_story.asp?z=12&a=452763 Are we concerned about the right things? The Arizona immigration law appears to have raised concerns. But ironically, the concerns are not for our fellow U.S. citizens in Arizona. Instead, the concerns are focused on how the law will impact the individuals who have crossed into the United . . .