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Laid Back Video Sunday

Hey guys, it’s Sunday, and yep, the world ain’t getting any better but, we ain’t gonna fix it today. Let’s just kick back and have some fun shall we?   My all time favorite Aussies   You know, there has to be an easier way!   If you’re like me (old as dirt) you might […]

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Saturday Matinee

We’ve had an interesting week, looking at the basics of why we do what we do, in the way that we do. So, let’s relax a bit today. We deserve it, I think. After all we made it through another week, with all the problems it (and they) dumped into our lap. So let’s enjoy […]

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Legitimate Government, Evangelical Lutheran Style

 I will shortly be posting an article at All Along the Watchtower (Jess’ site) on Luther’s Two Kingdoms doctrine. [It is now up, and is here.] In it I am talking about the interference we are currently seeing in our churches, both here and in the UK, from the secular authorities. I think you should […]

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Is Administrative Law Unlawful ?

From the Constitution of the United States: ARTICLE I, SECTION 1. All legislative powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.   When we talk of Administrative law, we are speaking of an extra-legal add on, which has very little […]

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Capitalism and the Making of the Market

Isn’t it amazing that the US is now the largest producer (again) of oil and gas in the world. Particularly in the face of a drilling ban on federal lands (a large percentage of the west) the unalterable ill wishes of the government and its EPA, and vocal opposition from the so-called progressives. Who should […]

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Capitalism and the Making of the Market

Isn’t it amazing that the US is now the largest producer (again) of oil and gas in the world. Particularly in the face of a drilling ban on federal lands (a large percentage of the west) the unalterable ill wishes of the government and its EPA, and vocal opposition from the so-called progressives. Who should […]

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