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Proverbs 31: 8-9 : "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves…"

June 25, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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The Not-So-Family-Friendly Family Feud

“Name something an older woman gives her boy toy as a present.” Hearing such a crass question come out of Al Roker almost didn’t surprise me.  I love the Today Show, but I’m also a realist.  I think they contain … Continue reading

June 21, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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Greed-Free Policy: Issue 1 – Mandatory Motorcycle Helmets

Welcome to this first installment in our on-going series “Greed-Free Policy.”  “Greed-Free Policy” is defined as economic, legislative, or cultural policy that is dedicated to furthering the common good, not lining the pockets of a special interest group or global … Continue reading

June 16, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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Replacing Russert – Time to Think Out of the Box

Later in this commentary you will read some of the most out-of-the-box recommendations anywhere regarding the “Who Replaces Russert?” sweepstakes.  Some might call them out of left field, but that’s the fun of having your own blog.  Pesky editors can’t … Continue reading

June 15, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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Yo, Barack! Grow a Spine!

The beauty of punditry and commentary is that I get to hammer everyone equally if they fall off the wagon.  This week my target is Barack Obama.  This guy is really starting to annoy me.  With every passing day he … Continue reading

June 5, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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Life, Death, and Dominion – Part II: “…But for the Grace of God…”

(This is Part II of a multi-part series on the emotionally-charged topic of abortion.  Please read “Part I:  The Journey Begins” for important background.) Argue your case as much as you wish.  Your complaint will fall on deaf ears here … Continue reading

June 5, 2008
by Stephen Pearl
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Life, Death, and Dominion – Part I: The Journey Begins

She had a winning, infectious smile and a loud, cheerful laugh.  You knew she was about to land at a party long before she made her final approach into the room.  Boisterous and bubbly, you could easily believe she hadn’t … Continue reading