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Daily Archives: February 18, 2012
Remembering Whitney Houston
I’m watching the 20/20 special on Whitney Houston, which I taped last night. Over the past week, I’ve enjoyed listening to her music, and also hearing the accounts about her faith, her kindness to people, her down-to-earth quality, and the … Continue reading
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Nixon’s Civil Rights 18
In my reading of Dean Kotlowski’s Nixon’s Civil Rights right now, I am in Chapter 6, “A Cold War: Nixon and Civil Rights Leaders”. The chapter is about how President Richard Nixon had a tense relationship with civil rights leaders. … Continue reading
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For my weekly quiet time this week, I will blog about Psalm 64. This Psalm is about enemies of the Psalmist who are secretly laying traps for him and are attempting to harm him with their words. This could refer … Continue reading
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Pat Buchanan—-the Bad and the Good
I can understand why some of my friends dislike Pat Buchanan. Pat talks about what he considers to be threats to white civilization. He blames African-Americans for their problems. He has questioned details of the Holocaust. And that’s the tip … Continue reading
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