Cap and Trade Passes the House

This should be the last political post for a while. I just think there needs to be more awareness of what is going on and so I am doing my small part here. If you don’t know what is going on with the cap and trade legislation you better wake up. Cap and trade is […]

Janet Tavakoli and An Analogy for Our Current Economic Situation

“The dollar is weakening partly because of growing U.S. current account deficit. The United States used to produce more than it consumes, and the rest of the world owed us. We reached a turning point in 2006 and headed in the wrong direction. We started consuming more than we produce. We now shovel $2 bilion […]

My Take on America’s Position in the World

I am no economist, historian, or political scientist or a conspiracy theorist but it seems to me that one of our most fundamental problems right now is that it is hard to continue the momentum of success in our country. The generations of the past were producers. They worked hard with their hands and built […]

How Do Rising Gas Prices Affect the Church?

First, I am happy to say that even if gas hit $100 a gallon that the church would live on. At the same time the way we have structured the church – large corporate gatherings distant from many of those who attend…rising oil and gas prices can start to be reflected in the church in […]

Pelosi and the Democrats Have a Plan to Lower Gas Prices

And now for something completely different… The following is from “In a press release dated April 24, 2006, Pelosi said, “Democrats have a commonsense plan to help bring down skyrocketing gas prices by cracking down on price gouging, rolling back the billions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies, tax breaks and royalty relief given to big oil […]