Roe V. Wade Overturn | My Thoughts

When justice is done, it is a joy to the righteous but terror to evildoers. – Proverbs 21:15 ESV What a way to close out Pride month. I never thought the reversal of Roe V Wade possible. While we are not there yet, the right for babies to live is something towards which I strive. … Continue reading “Roe V. Wade Overturn | My Thoughts”

2021 in Retrospect | From Wolves

The Year of the Dogs If I could sum up the entire 2021 it is this: We got dogs, and now we’re behind on everything else (including this post, this is the most time-slipped retrospect ever). I expected dogs would be work. But I didn’t expect: The amount of energy a puppy must exert is … Continue reading “2021 in Retrospect | From Wolves”

On Earth Peace | Christmas 2021

Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. – Luke 2:14 KJV When I was a child, I assumed the angels in Luke 2:14 referred to peace between nations. The quote was often used on TV shows in the context of war around Christmas. So it made sense to … Continue reading “On Earth Peace | Christmas 2021”

Drawing the Line on Mandates in North Idaho

Josef S. is 101 years old. He served as a guard in the SS Nazi militia. He is now on trial, charged with accessory to 3,500 murders almost 80 years ago. At the time he was young, and just following orders. This young man, in his position, could not have stopped the Holocaust. He may … Continue reading “Drawing the Line on Mandates in North Idaho”

Watch Uncivilized Movies with VidAngel

My friend Dave told me about a service called VidAngel. I had forgotten all about it. But with the recent death of Sean Connery, I remembered one of my favorite movies was the Hunt for Red October. So I thought we’d watch it for our family movie night. When you haven’t seen a movie in … Continue reading “Watch Uncivilized Movies with VidAngel”

The Aftermath of the Election

In the aftermath of the 2020 Trump vs Biden election, I’d like to make one observation. This election was not about choosing a Hero over the Villian. This election was the Anti-Hero vs the Villian. This is not the same story as 2016 Trump vs Hilary, because at the time we knew Hilary was the … Continue reading “The Aftermath of the Election”

The Coronavirus And What I’m Doing

Panic. Mayhem. Stock market crash. Toilet paper shortages. School shutdowns. Is the Corona virus something to panic about? The Coronavirus, or COVID-19 is not on the top 10 things I’m concerned about. But because of the number of people bringing this topic up I thought I’d make a page I can point people at. Am … Continue reading “The Coronavirus And What I’m Doing”

2019 in Retrospect

We were locked outside. The sliding glass door had locked itself upon being closed. Perhaps it had been slammed just a little too hard. Minutes earlier the kids had shot off poppers. We were celebrating the new year standing out on the back deck; 20 feet off the ground at my in-laws house. It was … Continue reading “2019 in Retrospect”

Mount St. Helens

Next May will be the 40th Anniversary of the Mount St. Helens Eruption which occurred on May 18th, 1980. At the time geologists knew very little about volcanoes or the possibility of a lateral blast… it killed 57 people, most in areas outside the restricted zone. It is the most devastating eruption to occur in … Continue reading “Mount St. Helens”