We spent the last two days digging out from under a record snowfall in the Seattle area. Every muscle in my arms ache.
In all of my 65 years, I’ve never seen two feet of snow descend at sea level in Washington State–and stay on the ground for three weeks (that’s the forecast).
In 1949, 13.1 inches fell at SeaTac airport during the month of February. We’re at 14.1 now–and 24 inches across the water where we live.
This is NOT global warming or climate change. It’s global cooling as confirmed by many “honest” experts.
Now we get the Green New Deal. Are these people idiots, crazy, or just incredibly deceived?
I’m not buying the Green New Disaster.
The United States government remains partially shut-down over the issue of a wall (border security).
Rasmussen reports that most voters favor strongly controlled borders and reject House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s charge that it is immoral for the USA to build a border wall.
53% of “Likely U.S. Voters” think it is better for the United States to tightly control immigration. Thirty-nine percent (39%) disagree and say it is better to open our borders to all as long as they are not terrorists or criminals. (How do you guarantee the latter? If borders are “open,” I doubt anybody would announce they’re a terrorist or murderer when they drive in.)
Where do you stand on “The Wall” (or steel fence)? To me it’s a no-brainer.
Walls tell you where you are.
The calendar has clicked over to 2019 and many of us are wondering and praying about the coming year.
What is in store for our families and the world in the year of our Lord 2019? What personal assignments does God have for you this year?
As usual, in this first blog of 2019, I will attempt to give you a 30,000 foot view of some of today’s issues and what they mean.
Here’s my view of the world in 2019.