Friday Favorites

One of my favorite features in the blogs I read is a round-up of interesting links. So as a shameless thief of good ideas, I thought I would do the same! Since most of what I write has to do with faith, reason, and Scripture, this will give me the chance to link to various articles and stories that cover a much broader range of interests. So enjoy the first list of Friday Favorites!

  • My favorite political and cultural blogger, Rod Dreher, discusses the evils of sugar and his efforts at detox (which I happened to also start this week!)
  • Alabama coach Nick Saban’s firing of Lane Kiffin just days before the national championship is stunning, but not totally unexpected.
  • The Babylon Bee is a wonderful source of humor in dark times, and here is my favorite Bee story of the week.
  • The Health Affairs blog examines various Republican proposals to replace the ACA, an issue about which those of us who are insured through the ACA are greatly concerned.
  • Various commentators weigh in on Coach K’s very brief “indefinite” suspension of troubled Duke basketball star Grayson Allen.
  • An incisive commentary from traditional conservative columnist Pat Buchanan about the influence of Benjamin Netanyahu on American foreign policy.
  • The Nature Boy Ric Flair still getting it done in the gym! WOOH!!
  • David Nield looks at cool Amazon Prime membership features that are often unnoticed.
  • I am not a fan of the incoming President, so I like to find opportunities to praise him when he does something right. This is one of those times.
  • Enjoy this fantastic performance of a medley of songs from The Hunchback of Notre Dame by international champion quartet Ringmasters!

 

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  1. About the last link: “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”-today is Topsy Turvy Day! 😊

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