Light of life
Psalm 139 says, “You knit me together in my mother’s womb. I am fearfully and wonderfully made.” The unborn child, which abortion kills, is God’s creation. How long will he hold back his wrath?
Cost of freedom
A free society will always have to face the risk that someone who is mentally unstable will commit these kinds of acts. This is the cost of freedom. And we have, what, 350 million Americans in this country? And because of a handful of people, we might lose that freedom? Now, that doesn’t ring very well.
Tone it down
There’s an old saying, and I may not have it right, but it’s like “the pot calling the kettle black.” And I’m saying to those people on the far left, the radical socialists: You people scream and holler and blame the president of the United States for things going wrong in this country, and you say it’s because of what he says, but you people need to tone it down and clean up your act before you start criticizing anyone else.
World of Trumps
We tend to blame everything on Donald Trump just because he’s a liar, and a womanizer, and a hatemonger, and cheats on his taxes. But there’s always been people like Trump out there. There still are. It’s the people who voted for him that I don’t understand. What were they thinking?
Ban the games
Part of the problem with our young people is they play these games on their computer where they kill and kill and kill. It desensitizes them to murder, and they glorify it. It makes their adrenaline high. And so why wouldn’t they go out and act on their fantasies? Now, the gaming industry will deny this. They’ve denied it forever. But it’s true.
I remember Sen. Joe McCarthy from Wisconsin aggressively attacking people affiliated with Communist or socialist parties. If he was alive today, almost 100 percent of the Democrats running for president would be on his list. Your vote in 2020 for Republican Americans will set them back at least four years, and if it is a clear and decisive vote, it could be more.
Searchin’ for you
I was somewhat surprised that both of Kentucky’s senators, Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell, actually live in Kentucky. I think Missouri should try that. It sounds like a really good idea.