From 1620 through 1930 – a period of more than 300 years – the culture, customs, educational, social, and economic dimensions of American (Colonial and later United States) life were undergirded with a philosophy of life that arose by applying the teachings from both (1.) The Hebrew Bible ( known to many people as The … Continue reading When The Foundations Have Been Destroyed… Psalm 11.3.
Clemson U. is apologizing over its Mexican food day (emphasis added): Everything was going great. Students were loving the food and festivities. Except for two students, who took to Twitter to voice their displeasure with the school's decision to host such a "#CUlturallyInsensitive" event. Two students. Following which, a school bureaucrat in need of justifying … Continue reading Advice to Clemson: Have a Puerto Rican food day!
Before we begin with my objections to yesterday's proceedings let me tell you a few things I DON'T object to. I DON'T object: To the current speaker pushing his deputy for the job. As a member of the house in good standing he has every right to support his favorite candidate as any other member. … Continue reading The Establishment GOP or Cancelling Elections for Fun and Profit