I’m not a fan of light pollution and the way you can’t see stars in a city, but ultimate light represents life. This satellite photo shows communist North Korea above capitalist South Korea at night. South Korea is alive with light while North Korea is completely dark.
Let’s hope the end of Kim Jong Il’s life will result in the end of a regime where North Korea’s people don’t have enough to eat and will have light at night, if they want it.
I’m not a fan of the Muppets now that I’m old. Now I’m a Jim Henson fan. I’m more interested in the puppeteer than the puppet.
As we move toward the next election, the paid pundits on the left and the right tell us it’s going to be Romney V. Obama, even though very few Republicans give a damn about Romney. I gotta say it’s weird for me because I’m a social liberal and a fiscal conservative and that’s what Romney’s record suggests he is too. I just don’t believe him. He comes across as 97% inauthentic. I’ve experienced enough of that in my personal life to know it when I see it.
The other night, I decided to watch the Republican debate. I put out a few tweets and then got one back from someone pretending to be named Jen Littlefield. The twitter names is jPENNAME!!! This person may tweet again, but hasn’t tweeted sense he or she tweeted,
@nealcampbell are you looking for an actor or a president. Why do people always want their candidates to sound like Dr. Phil. Geesh.
The political part of my heart is unshakable. I don’t believe in political compromise. I believe in political victory. My personal politics is influenced by the grace and love of Jesus and it’s enhanced by the political philosophy of Ronald Reagan. Smaller government is better for the freedom of individuals. That’s what I believe.
My political conversation is going to be at NealPolitik.com. There, I will be raw, truthful and fully focused on blogging on behalf of individual liberty.