The above title was one of the headlines on the El Paso Times opinion page this morning: http://www.elpasotimes.com/opinion/ci_15444201
It’s sad that a newspaper wants to promote another avenue towards immorality (we’ve already got the Texas Lottery).
It makes one wonder if these folks actually think about what they are promoting. Do they actually believe that it’s a good means towards public education?:
Quote: “Summer is a good time for Texas lawmakers to review legalized gambling options for the better funding of public education.”
Here’s my list of Internet news sources:
El Paso Times, Huffington Post, New York Times, NPR News, Stump Report, The Hill, The New Yorker, USA Today, and World Magazine.
For additional El Paso news, I look at El Paso News.net and KFOX News.
The only time I read a physical newspaper or magazine is at the school library where I substitute. Don’t subscribe to any kind of publication any more – too expensive.
Here’s an interesting “good news” story from our local newspaper about a lost dog by the name of “Patches,” and the efforts to find him.
After reading this “search and rescue” story, I wonder what would happen if we as Christians put as much effort into “searching” and “rescuing” those who are lost in sin, as this lady did in finding this lost dog.
It’s something to think about!