We’re still suffering from the 2008 financial meltdown, and its legacy is one of the defining themes of the upcoming election. Yet most voters know little more about it than a smattering of jargon about derivatives, subprime mortgages, and foreclosure.
That’s a shame, because it’s a gripping story of compounded lunacy. Here’s my attempt to explain [...]
A few people have expressed concern because I haven’t posted for a while. I’ve been basically obsessed with a new video I’m working on about the absolute insanity that led to the 2008 financial meltdown whose aftereffects are still dominating our economic and political lives. It’s going to be epic — whether an epic success [...]
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Our opponents’ most prominent line of attack these days is that same-sex marriage is a threat to religious liberty. Here’s a primer suggesting ways to debate them. You can download it here and store it on your tablet or phone for quick reference.
Here are single-sentence points that you can get out in one breath [...]
Our pups are going to be so excited!
This is Cairo, our dogs’ best friend. The funny thing is we’ve trained our dogs not to sleep in the best, but Cairo’s daddy (I’m talking to you, David) has imparted no such lesson. So Cairo ends up sleeping between Will and me while [...]
I found some more unintended hilarity. JoeMyGod points us to a new Christian political party:
As the Party of No Compromise, the New Independent Christian Party intends to influence the outcome of American elections and uphold the Godly principles by which America was built and by which Christians believe, live and exist.
I took a moment to look into [...]
…except now I mean it’s full of holes and it leaks.