Our President Bill Bunkley broadcasts his “Something To Think About” weekday opinions which he authors for the Salem Radio Network. Although not all of his daily opinions deal specifically with Christian worldview issues, they nonetheless speak to general issues of our day and are provided here for both thought and reflection.
   

“Something To Think About”

“It Could Pay to be an Illegal” The stakes are much higher than first realized for that Texas federal court case challenging the constitutionality of President Obama’s executive order granting 5 million illegal immigrant’s amnesty. The IRS has determined that under existing law illegals obtaining Obama’s amnesty could immediately cash…

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Jack Daniels and a Twinkie

Two Florida Republican state legislators want to change how hard alcohol is sold in Florida. Florida House Bill 877 and Senate Bill 804 would allow hard liquor to be sold inside your local grocery stores of Publix, Winn Dixie, SweetBay and Walmart. Currently, these family grocery stores may sell hard…

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The hoax of hoaxes

On April Fool’s Day you have to be on guard. It’s a day where we take note of false shenanigans and pass on the best ones. This year Visit St Pete-Clearwater took the top prize in my book and it looks like the Clearwater Aquarium’s dolphin Winter may have some…

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Emotional support drugs

Service animals are trained to assist persons with blindness, deafness, seizures, diabetes and autism. Florida Senate Bill 1146 and House Bill 849 would add “Emotional Support Animals” to the mix. Persons diagnosed with a disability-related need could utilize a service animal for companionship. Unlike other service animals, Emotional Support Dogs…

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Florida’s Chair of Honor

POW-MIA flags still fly in many places below our beloved stars and stripes. They remind us to never forget those individuals who never came home from the field of battle. Including World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, the Vietnam War, and the 1991 Gulf War, 83,000 Americans…

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Preying on seniors

Elderly baby boomers are increasing in number. So also is an increase in their financial exploitation, along with the younger disabled. The Florida House reports in 2011 the number of individuals aged 65 and older in Florida totaled 3.2 million plus. Over 1.1 million or 34.5% of them had at…

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Doing time for hit and run

Hit and run driving is more prevalent than you think. In 2012 hit and run drivers in Florida numbered 15,642. That amounts to more than 42 hit and run accidents for each and every day of the year! That got the attention of the Florida legislature. If passed, Florida Senate…

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