Wednesday, December 31, 2008

2008: The Year That Was

Here's a retrospective of my favorites posts from 2008.

No Buddies! No Mercy! Fueled by injustice, my AP Lit classes took their grievances to the court. My 8th hour proved their gymnastic surfing skills and bested 6th hour.

Obama: FOCA: APDoP We can debate his Socialism tendencies. We can debate his inexperience. We can debate his deceptive description of McCain's health care. I cannot debate his belief in abortion.

Free Books: Pinch me I think I'm dreaming.

The Smallest House in Saginaw! Who needs 3,400 sprawling square feet?

Left Field: I added a new feature and for obvious reasons this was my favorite.

Christ Crucified: The clarity of the Gospel is delivered with a sermon diagnostic that all pastors and chapel speakers should use to present God's Word in all its truth and purity.

The Pontiac Civic: I started the year with a prophetic look at the hypocrisy of "Out of a job yet? Keep buying foreign" mentality. Read and disagree. It is a free country.

Issues Etc. This is the key event in the blogger's life. Issues Etc was booted and then Wilken, Schwartz, et al rebooted and we are all better for it.

Matt Wise, Chalk and National Poetry Month: The perfect trifecta

Tour de Clem: A photo-essay of the Clem from a two-wheeled perspective

Two Rails: One Son: One Fine Summer: The father/son trip to Chicago

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