Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

Elections

The Communist or the Mormon?

The Communist or the Mormon? 4 November, 2012 We are bidden in this life to do what is right. The choice is often not easily discernable along a line separating right from wrong. We must clean up our spectacles and squint hard at the words and deeds which define the candidates before us. When all […]

Presidential Election Anno 2000

CACN, July, 1996 Presidential Election Anno 2000 Surmisedly, one of God’s purposes in allowing sin to run its course is to manifest the futility and folly of life apart from His Laws. The present American social stage handily serves that purpose. It makes great comical as well as tragic theater. In that 1992 Presidential election […]

Buchanan and Pratt

20 February, 1996 Dear Op-ed Editor, A piece regarding the recent attacks on Buchanan and Pratt of Gun Owners of America with reference to a 15 Feb. release from GOA: “Pratt Answers False Attacks” The shunning of Pat Buchanan, the outsider, is to be expected from insiders. The GOP political establishment shudders to think that […]

Not So Orthodox

September, 2000 Not So Orthodox The Veep’s choice, Senator Lieberman, is hailed as an “Orthodox Jew.” He conscientiously keeps the Sabbath evidenced by his abstention from the use of cars and lights from Friday night to Saturday night. High also on his resume is his expressed indignation over the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal. Lieberman rebuked the Great […]

Justice: Maybe in 2000

AFLM, Sept. 1996 Justice: Maybe in 2000 How illusive that “middle ground” is where we imagine we can find a compromise between opposites! Is there really a way to apply the Hegelian dialectic to matters of Truth? Can Truth and non-Truth be synthesized? Not an issue for Hegel and his progeny. For these folks there […]

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