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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: stories by cominus
stories and tales written by Dean Isaacson (cominus).
By cominus | Published: 07 Dec 2012
In the summer of 1992, eight or nine Sheriff’s Deputies were sent to the Evergreen State Fair to clear out the Snohomish County Republicans’ booth. I got there just as it was happening. Before I tell you the rest of the story, I would like to give you a little . . .
By cominus | Published: 21 May 2012
“Some of these men are brilliant. I love talking to them; I am impressed with them and their ideas – they are brilliant men. But they put them here to shut them away.” Henry’s eyes began to tear up as he continued, talking low so as not to be overheard. . . .
By cominus | Published: 29 Mar 2012
“Know that the Lord your God is God – the faithful God who keeps covenant and steadfast love to those who love Him AND keep His commandments… and repays to their face those who hate Him by destroying them. He will repay him to his face.” [Deu 7:9-10] Many Christians . . .
By cominus | Published: 11 Dec 2011
Yes, we do realize we have not posted in a while. Much has happened to take our time but we, Lord willing, will return and we intend to finish the Isaiah series. Thank you for your interest and keep the faith. Here is a thought that might carry you through . . .
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[This is an old speech but it is not out of date.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 cominus | Published: 15 Aug 2009
As for you, you were dead in your transgressions and sins . . . But because of His great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ . . . And God raised us up with Christ and seated us with Him in the . . .
By cominus | Published: 04 Apr 2009
This cartoon is just as true today as it was in 1934. Government makes the problem, blames private enterprise and offers the solution of greater regulation and taxes. To think we can spend our way to prosperity will surely lead us into slavery to our leaders.
By cominus | Published: 15 Mar 2009
This is from David Crowe: RestoreAmerica.org Last week I wrote “there is a great spiritual awakening occurring in America and around the world. . . but will it lead to revival and restoration in America, as a nation whose God is the LORD?” As powerful as God’s Grace is to deliver us . . .
By cominus | Published: 13 Feb 2009
The following is adapted from a speech delivered by Rush Limbaugh on December 4, 2008, at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C., on the occasion of the ninth annual Hillsdale College Churchill Dinner. THERE ARE ongoing discussions and debates among conservatives about the kind of president Barack Obama will prove to . . .
By cominus | Published: 22 Dec 2008
© Tom DeWeese, December 22, 2008 Since just before the election of Barack Obama in November, it has been interesting and quite shocking that a forty-year old, seemingly forgotten radical group called “Weatherman” is getting so much attention. Of course, Obama denies any connection to old Weathermen. Here’s a quick history . . .