Daily Archives: 01 March 1, 2012

A Politics and Religion Post That Caught My Attention

An excertp:  One of the reasons Christians tend to fight with each other over politics is that we are often secret utopians. We say we trust in Christ, but we really trust in ourselves, or some human solution, to make … Continue reading

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The First Dollar Bill

In case you don’t recognize the person on the currency, it’s former Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase, who was responsible for designing the bill and later became part of the Supreme Court. Chase National Bank was named in his honor. … Continue reading

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Chief U.S. District Judge sends racially charged email about president

Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull on Wednesday admitted to sending a racially charged email about President Barack Obama from his courthouse chambers. Cebull, of Billings, was nominated by former President George W. Bush and received his commission in 2001 … Continue reading

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Celebrity Christians Commentary

A few weeks ago in a Bag of Randomness I mentioned that I’m reluctant to cheer on a Christian athlete just because he or she is a Christian, that it might have something to do with jumping on a bandwagon, but … Continue reading

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Lesbian Denied Communion at Mother’s Funeral, Priest Leaves During Eulogy

Deep in grief, Barbara Johnson stood first in the line for Communion at her mother’s funeral Saturday morning. But the priest in front of her immediately made it clear that she would not receive the sacramental bread and wine. Johnson, … Continue reading

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Bag of Randomness

A friend and I were discussing what was the last U.S. aircraft carrier to be sunk or lost at sea, after some research, I think it was the USS Princeton (CVL-23). If you are an Android user and use the … Continue reading

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