Roy Moore (R-AL) is still gripping his GOP senatorial nomination tightly. An additional accuser has come forward and we’ve now learned Moore’s reputation for cruising for teenaged girls earned him a ban from a mall in Gadsden. Fifty Alabama pastors signed* a letter, posted on Kayla Moore’s (Roy’s wife) Facebook page, expressing their support for Moore’s candidacy. The letter states, in part: We are ready to join the fight and send a bold message to Washington: dishonesty, fear of man,… Continue Reading ››
The Bereans are back with a VLOG that examines: Roy Moore Tax Reform Trump & Trade
Greetings! In our latest VLOG, the gang discusses: Tax Reform (and spending!) Federal Indictments Terror Attacks Some follow-up on our culture and Sexual Harassment
The Bereans are back! Today they address: Donald Trump and the GOP Tax Reform The Fed Sexual Harassment
The Bereans are Back. Today, they discussed the Las Vegas shooting. In short, there are no easy answers.
The Bereans are back! Today we tackled: Donald Trump, the NFL, and the Kneel Possible Tax Reform The Legacy of Hugh Hefner If you have questions, leave comments below, or send them to us via Twitter or Facebook, and we might tackle them in our next VLOG.
Nothing is beyond the gaping maw that is politics. Not fast food. Not movies. Not church. Not sports. Not the family. Not the backyard barbecue pit. There is no respite, no place to exhale, and no shade for cover from the sun. Gone Fishing? PETA will have something to say about that. Take in a round of golf? Don’t you know only the racist patriarchy willingly dons plaid pants? NASCAR? They are so fiercely anti-anti-Trump they’ve colored their helmets a… Continue Reading ››
Some of the Bereans are joined by a special guest, Dr. Glen Duerr, Associate Professor of Political Science and International Studies, at Cedarville University.
The VLOG is back! Coming next? Podcast.
I could wax eloquent on behalf of used car salesmen, or guard the virtue of attorneys, and even preach on the positivity of out-sourced corporate customer service. All those efforts would pale, it seems, in comparison to a defense of the United States Congress. With approval ratings that read like a Fairbanks weather report, Congress struggles to stave off perceptions of either feckless imbecility or craven self-interestedness. Ideologues and partisans pressure members for purity, sometimes at cross-purposes. RINOs and DINOs… Continue Reading ››