Category Archives: Personal observations

Tom’s 12 Days of Christmas Movies

I saw another list of recommended Christmas movies that started with that miserable excuse for a Christmas movie, “A Christmas Story”, and decided that I wanted to make my own list. Why am I qualified? Because no one else in … Continue reading

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Love One Another

For many of us the election results have been a bitter pill to swallow. Although Donald Trump appears to have lost the popular vote, he won the electoral college. I am happy for those working class whites who have been … Continue reading

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Come Home Republicans. We Miss You.

It is the Sunday before the 2016 elections and the Presidential race has tightened. For decades I have been a Republican. But having been raised in a home where Mom is a Democrat and Dad was a Republican, I’ve never … Continue reading

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Dereliction of Duty

Evangelical leaders are speaking out endorsing political candidates. Here are the endorsements meted out by a few. Will this compromise their calling? For Trump: President of Liberty University – Jerry Falwell Jr. Founder of Focus of the Family – James … Continue reading

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Encryption – Privacy versus Homeland Security

There are a few non-cyber security law enforcement officials who have renewed their call to require service and hardware providers like Google and Apple to provide “backdoors” on their devices and in their apps. The stated reason is so that … Continue reading

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