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My philosophy and my favorite blog posts

I have got several comments during the last 35 weeks that my blog has been in existence and the reaction as been positive and negative. My evangelical and conservative political views have generated the most vocal response.

Here are some of my favorite blog posts:

27 Club

How should we then live? Series by Francis Schaeffer

Articles on Milton Friedman

Senator Pryor asks for Spending Cut Suggestions! Here are a few. (Over 110 blog posts with specific suggestions and all were emailed to Senator Pryor before being posted on my blog.)

Abortionist Bernard Nathanson turned pro-life activist  (This long series told about the founder of NARAL and his struggle to continue to do abortions with technology convinced him that these unborn babies were feeling pain.)

The life of Ronald Wilson Reagan  (I did over 100 posts on this and actually I named my son Wilson after Reagan.)

Social Security is a Ponzi scheme and should be privatized. (The young people in the USA know this very well.)

The founding fathers of the USA

Biblical Archaeology concerning the accuracy of the Bible 

Exposing Unconfirmed quotes attributed to the Founding Fathers (Sadly conservatives are the bigger offenders on this.)

Here are some of my favorite video clips:

Social Security Ponzi scheme?

Raising the Debt Ceiling: It Just Makes Sense. Not

America spends money like a drug addict

The Laffer Curve, Part I: Understanding the Theory