Updated: 28 Dec 2012
The Ninth Amendment is the most overlooked sentence in the U.S. Constitution. Having strong convictions is not the same as being closed-minded. The acquisition of wealth is not a zero-sum game. All income tax is confiscatory. Voting is always about choosing the least worst candidate. I always vote for the candidate least likely to spend money that does not exist.
Violent crime does not always correlate to poverty. Judicial activism is inherently wrong; judges who reduce sentences for convicts who "express remorse" should be disbarred. "Illegal immigrant" is an oxymoron as "immigrant" implies legality. A gun is not a criminal. True peace is not merely the absence of opposition.
It is sometimes easier to communicate with the reverb of a Fender Stratocaster rather than with the written word.
Life is getting progressively better.
The glass is half full.
If I had my druthers, I'd just sit at my desk and code websites while listening to music. Oh wait, I get paid to do that. Life must be good.
Abortion stops a beating heart. Life only has meaning if we have a purpose. Our purpose is to serve God and to be reconciled to Him through Christ.