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"In Pursuit" - FREE E-BOOK

I’ve got nothing but good things to offer today! First, my new book, “In Pursuit: Devotions for the Hunter and Fisherman,” is being offered on Kindle today for free. Yeah, I said “free.” I know… I’m with you… in fact, I’m more shocked than you are. I don’t know how anyone can do this and [Read More...]

New Beginnings

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A sportsman marks the seasons differently than most people. For me, the arrival of my bow signals a new year. So does a full freezer—I’ve got about 80 pounds of venison, 20 pounds of pheasant, and 15 pounds of turkey in the deep freeze. It’s time to make thick, meaty stews and have friends join [Read More...]

Children-Loving New Yorkers Move To Nebraska

Recently, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo made a clear statement that the good people of New York who hold to a pro-life position are not welcome in his state. During an interview last Friday, Cuomo, commenting on problems within the Republican party, said, “Their problem is not me and the Democrats; their problem is themselves. [Read More...]

Clash of Clans and other portals of predation

ghostly lap top

My daughter recently learned the word “b*tch” from a stranger named John. Around 50,000 sexual predators are trolling the internet each day looking for a way to connect with our children. My kids were playing the popular video game Clash of Clans recently when a player named “John” requested to join their “clan,” or chat [Read More...]

Bored by too much to do

The girl with notebook

“I’m bored, Mom. Give me something to do!” The woman standing behind me at the checkout line of the hardware store handed her son her smartphone, and said, “Here…play with this.” Children seem to be growing up bored today. And not because there is less to do, but because there are too many over-stimulating options. [Read More...]

Freedom: Not Cheaply Purchased


If you’ve ever wondered what motivates men and women to risk their lives to protect our country, Army Staff Sargeant Ty Michael Carter gives the answer. After being awarded the Medal of Honor by the President, Carter told Renee Montagne (NPR’s Morning Edition): “Even though this award is an awesome honor and a great privilege, [Read More...]