Monthly Archives: July 2012

Weekly Web Gems

Random Thoughts . . . Thomas Sowell on a whole bunch of stuff. Pass the butter . . . how bad science has led to even worse public policy (and deprived us all of butter). Does capitalism exploit workers? . … Continue reading

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Read this first:┬áMAN USES OBITUARY TO CONFESS SINS. If I received a fully accredited PhD diploma in the mail as an error, what would I do? ┬áMakes you think. Many of my clients and friends at church have earned a … Continue reading

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Weekly Web Gems

No doom and gloom here . . . Mark Matson’s message is always timely, always encouraging. Airline price traps . . . Joe Brancatelli shines light on five of the industry’s favorite fees. Better than that, he shows us how … Continue reading

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“Why?”

Steve Saint is the son of martyred missionary Nate Saint. In this remarkable video, Steve explains why, after being paralyzed in an accident only a week earlier, he does not ask the question that most of us would… In this … Continue reading

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