Do political opinions hurt or help your business? Here’s what you should know.
In case you haven’t noticed, my wonderful state of Wisconsin is in a bit of turmoil. I’m being rather facetious here, because unless you’ve been vacationing on Mars since February 11, you’ve certainly witnessed much more than you want of Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget repair bill. But no matter from what side one views this […]
Yesterday, my daughter and I discussed a recent New York Times article regarding criticism of an Obama cover photo. The photo was used by the weekly news magazine The Economist for its June 19 issue. It shows Obama standing, head bowed, hands on hips, with an oil rig in the background. And he’s alone. It’s a […]
Happy Inauguration Day! Whether you’re Democrat, Republican or an Independent, you’ve got to admit President Barack Obama certainly has captured the public’s attention. Yesterday alone, on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Obama reiterated his strong stance on public service and thousands of Americans joined in volunteering. As Christians, we can easily parallel this agenda with […]
I’m a writer, not a preacher, so I can’t authorize what comes from the pulpit. But “Politics from the Church Newsletter” just doesn’t have the ring to it, and as we all know, it’s all in the headline. No matter. Whether it’s from the pulpit or the church newsletter, the same thought applies: Politics are […]