Archive | 2011

Jacob Turk for Congress, MO-5

I attended and filmed a press conference yesterday morning. Jacob Turk announced that he is running for Congress against the incumbent Emanuel Cleaver for Missouri’s fifth district. Turk, a former U.S. Marine, engineer, and small business owner, has spent the past few election cycles getting to know the critical needs and strengths of the fifth […]

Concealed Carry on Campus

In honor of Liviu Librescu, Ph.D., and in light of the second violent shooting on the campus of my grandfather’s alma mater, Virginia Tech, I remind us all of the importance of legalizing concealed carry on college campuses. Dr. Librescu survived the Holocaust of WWII. He died shouting for his students to escape their classroom […]

New Business Cards Have Arrived!

I wanted a fresh set of business cards for my trip to Washington D.C. next week, and I decided to try a new design. I wanted a vague focus that would apply to each of my present and potential jobs. I played with Boris Smus’ minimalist concept. My domain/twitter/email already fit the format. I originally […]

Church Ruled by Christ: Colossians 3:14

[ESV] Colossians 3:14. And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. Following the external application, a supreme exhortation was presented with, “And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony. “ Above the applied five qualities, one is to ‘put on love’. The phrase “above […]

Church Ruled by Christ: Colossians 3:13

[ESV] Colossians 3:13. bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive. Paul followed the exhortation by an external application of the five internal qualities to one’s life in relation to others: “bearing with one another and, if […]