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The wording of our title is found in 1 Tim. 4:12 KJV, penned by Paul to Timothy, “Let no man despise thy youth; but be thou an example of the believers, in word, in conversation, in charity, in … more
Our 2020 presidential election is less than two weeks away. We Americans will either elect Republican Donald Trump for another four-year term or Democrat Joe Biden. In Alabama, we will either … more
Allum Bokhari’s just released book, “DELETED,” makes an impressive case that the Internet has become the transit that tech companies use to censor everything we read, hear, say, or … more
One of the highlights of my wedding day was knowing that the Desert Rose Franciscan China I was passed down from my grandmother was used at our reception. more

Let's clean out the notebook ...

• Putting aside policy debates for now, let's look at the cold hard facts on how the presidential handicapping is going along. I am mainly using the Real Clear Politic average of polls (they always do a good job), but they seem to be agreeing with others right now.


A big difference between King Saul and King David can be seen in how they treated the Ark of the Covenant. Saul basically ignored it and God. In his forty-year reign, Saul only mentioned it one time (1 Sam. 14:18) when he wanted God’s help to defeat his enemy. David made the Ark a central part of his reign. 

The 2020 race for the White House will culminate in less than three weeks on November 3rd. However, some experts are predicting the outcome will not be determined that night and there will be a … more
Peace in the Middle East used to be the joke about what nobody could possibly accomplish. President Trump negotiated two peace accords, and is working on agreements with several other Middle Eastern … more
This week is the 80th annual National Newspaper Week, which observes the importance of newspapers to their communities. As a community, we should celebrate our newspaper. As much as the Daily … more

Let's clean out the notebook ... • We are starting to get calls about how Halloween will be handled in Walker County. That is tricky. There is no real government guidance necessarily on Halloween unless it is to say you can't do this or that. Household trick-or-treating will be almost impossible to govern; "go at your own risk" will be the watch word on that I think. We need for organized efforts to let us know if they are going to have any events this year in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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