I'll state up front: I'm an UNAFFILIATED voter. I used to be a Democrat (in spirit) growing up and in college, mostly because that's what my family was. Then when I actually started earning some money and got more involved with the church (i.e. I … [Read more...] about Smaller Government, Lower Taxes, More Freedom
Archives for October 2008
Is it a spooky ghoul coming to visit us this Halloween night? A scary zombie? A sleeping baby? Wha? Yep, our nephew, and his parents, are coming to visit tonight through tomorrow. He's a little over one-year-old, and unfortunately they'll be … [Read more...] about Weekly Roundup: A Halloween Visitor Edition
After skimming this article from CNN Money, I was going to complain that people are now whining to get bailed out of their credit card debt. I was going to ask why don't the credit card companies just offer a repayment plan, until I read it more … [Read more...] about Credit Card Companies and Repayment Plans
Many of us, including myself, think that the current credit and financial crises is the first major step towards the fall of America as a world financial superpower. Looking at how far the market has fallen, the massive layoffs occuring more and … [Read more...] about Will America fall from its Superpower status?
In 2007, I hit it big on Lifehacker.com when they featured Stacie's Frugal Lunch article. I was elated, until I got an email from the owner of an image I used. I wrote about the whole experience in "A star for a day. What I learned", but basically … [Read more...] about Blogging Tip: Using images without authorization
Last week, I gave you a sneak peak of a new "version" of the Bible called â€œBible Illuminated: The Bookâ€œ. It's really just a new presentation of an existing New Testament Bible translation called the â€œGood News Translation", which was first … [Read more...] about Bible Illuminated: A fresh look at the Bible?