Go ahead and fool around. This isn’t about cheating on your spouse, or sex at all. At least not directly. I know that will keep some of you from clicking the link, but you should at least give it a chance. You might learn something. I guess you can say this blog is an exercise in me fooling around.
According to the odds, you probably didn’t vote last Tuesday. John Carney can give you a whole list of reasons why that’s OK. On the other hand, Seth Godin wants you to know that not voting is what the politicians want you to do. There are a lot of ideas on why you should or should not vote circulating around out there, and both sides can be compelling. If making a difference is your goal, though, it’s a bad idea to start on Election day.
The White House’s fiscal commission co-chairs have released a list of recommendations on how to reduce the nation’s budget deficit. A whole bunch of special interest groups and not a few politicians, from both sides of the left-right political aisle, have expressed simple dislike to outright vitriol in response. Personally, I consider that a ringing endorsement. It means everyone’s sacred ox is getting gored.
This week at Revolution Church: Never Satisfied. What are we giving our lives to? How do we know that at the end of our life that we can look back and say, “I gave all I had?” If you’re interested in the answer, we meet Saturday nights at 5:00 pm at 6620 E 22nd St, Tucson AZ, or you can catch it on the Revolution Church podcast after Saturday night.