Since May 1, 2004

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Bible believing Christian (the only kind of Christian there can be).

22 year USAF veteran, retired from active duty.

BS degree in Electronics Engineering.

Happily married for nearly four decades to the wife of my youth (Thanks be to the Lord).

A conservative in the traditionally liberal sense (NOT a big government "compassionate" conservative!)

A Thatcherite who believes socialism is not only inefficient, it's IMMORAL!

Why celebrate evil? Evil is easy. Good is the goal worth striving for. Why? Our culture celebrates "bad" people. Being good is considered uncool, but it is far, far more easier to be bad than good. There's simply no challenge in it whatsoever. Good requires self discipline and sacrifice. It's a higher, harder goal to reach, while being bad simply means letting selfish instincts rule. I believe wholeheartedly in the Bible's admonition to focus on what is good, holy and pure, and I encourage others to do the same. Like all things worth working for, being good is a goal worth striving for. I don't claim to be good myself, but I think it's far better to strive to be good and fall short than to give up trying.