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GEORGE WILL: The cheerfulness of tax reform

GEORGE WILL: The cheerfulness of tax reform

“Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery.” — Mr. Micawber, in “David Copperfield” If America’s long-term economic growth were 3.5 percent, the result would be the restoration of cheerfulness. If long-term growth is closer to 2 percent, […]

The ‘right’ fight

By Layton Dutton, Associate Pastor of Youth 
Calvary Baptist Church There’s a battle going on. Each side is picking up their weapons of signs, petitions, media outlets and campaigns to decide who will win. This is the battle for who is right and who is wrong. Whether it is marriage, Christmas, politics, morals or religion, […]

Christmas time is about God’s love

Christmas time is about God’s love

By Ron Witbeck
 Associate Pastor, Resurrection Life Church Christmas where has it gone? Christmas used to be a time of caroling, mistletoe, cheer, and of giving, as God gave us the Christ Child! A time when you could wish people Merry Christmas without the fear of offending someone. A time of feeling the love of […]