By the soveriengty and favor of God The Wife and I were “randomly” selected for pre-clearance and did not have to go through the porno-screener or strip before government representatives to prove we didn’t intend to blow-up the plane. Of course they could have just asked us if we loved Jesus and avoided the whole charade. Continue reading “Seine River Cruise Travel Journal—Day 1”
Because of the developments around the world over the last 10 days, Americans are focused on its nation’s foreign policy more now than at any time in the last 4 years.
I thought it a good time then to offer some thoughts on what a Kingdom-based foreign policy should look like.
Before I begin though, I want to say if you interpret what I say in these next few posts as endorsing or criticizing a particular presidential candidate’s foreign policy you will have misinterpreted what I write.
If I am approaching the issue of foreign policy from the context of the left/right game, I’m wasting your time and mine. You can find the typical left/right party lines on foreign policy on any number of blogs or talk shows. They are predictable, well-worn and frankly not very interesting. Continue reading “Toward A Kingdom-Based Foreign Policy – 1”