Current Affairs

Political Pollution

Political pollution is spreading all around our society, no longer contained in election cycles. It has seeped into sports and now the weather reports are getting littered with political crud. What can we do about this uncontained refuse that spoils… Read More ›

The Kiss of Death

After pushback from the LGBTQ community the Hallmark Channel has apologized and vowed to reinstate a handful of previously removed LGBTQ-friendly wedding ads on its platform, including a lesbian couple kissing.  Hallmark’s leaders initially decided to remove the ads after… Read More ›

The Greatest Whine

I saw a little of a TV show regarding Hank Aaron, baseball’s career home run record holder until Barry Bonds passed his total in 2007.  It was describing Aaron’s team, the Atlanta Braves, during the period as he was closing… Read More ›

Fatherhood

In the 1950’s there was a TV show entitled, “Father Knows Best”.  It was about a family who’s children encountered various trials in their path toward adulthood and how this father was able to guide, advise, nurture, and/or assist his… Read More ›

Fatherhood Interview

The following is an interview of the editor on the subject of fatherhood.:          Question: This is a topic contrary to political correctness, some might say that it is irrelevant in today’s society which champions all things… Read More ›

Respect

I ran across a few articles on how women can unintentionally disrespect their husbands.  It’s important to everyone, butmen interpret respect as love, which has broader implications.  The first article was very clearly based on scripture, the second made no… Read More ›

Federalism

The following is an interview with the Editor on the subject of Federalism: Question – I don’t think it is taught or generally known that our “Federal” government refers to a unity or federation of independent sovereign states.  The tenth… Read More ›

Racism Eliminated

It seems there is more talk today regarding ethnic division than ever, principally between Blacks and other ethnicities. Considering that slavery was abolished in 1865, Affirmative Action was started by an executive order in 1961, the civil rights act was… Read More ›

Most People

Most people are environmentalists, they don’t pollute the land, water or air, nor do they think others should.  These same people are kind to animals and would never think of starving or abusing their pets, or even a stray.  The… Read More ›

Trump Speaking Out

Many people, even those who support President Trump, are put off by his responses to those who falsely accused him. This is a departure from some past Presidents, particularly George W. Bush, who thought it was beneath the office and… Read More ›

An Aberration Unexplained

Our communication methods, tools, means, and technology are evolving at an unprecedented rate.  TV has been relegated to a dwindling source of news; Internet and other digital and video forums are growing as fast as the technology that enables it…. Read More ›

Division

At the height of the cold war, school children regularly practiced getting under their desks at the sound of a loud siren, designating a nuclear attack from the USSR, our bitter enemy. The threat was real and tensions high. As… Read More ›

Public Forum and Free Speech

Are the electronic platforms of Twitter, Facebook, Google and Apple, public forums? Free speech is protected in the public forum, not in private locations. The public square, parks, and sidewalks are places of public fora. Yet, in our society public… Read More ›

Protected Class

I was reading a Wikipedia biography of Pat Robertson that contained a section on Controversies and Criticisms, listing all manner of so-called controversial topics and criticisms, (are these criticisms of Robertson or subjects of his critique). The tone of this… Read More ›

Spirit Undiminished

I said to my daughter-in-law regarding her baby, “She really loves her Mommy.”  Of course and her Mommy loves her as much or more, but there is something deep in these bonds of love.  I have said for years, when… Read More ›

Forceful Overthrow of America

The current rhetoric of the fascist humanist media and their spokespersons spew a constant stream of complaints against: ▪The President, ▪Representative Republic Form of Government, ▪Traditional American society, ▪Conservatives, ▪Evangelical Christians, ▪White people, ▪Masculinity, ▪Marriage, ▪Family, ▪Capitalism, ▪Business, ▪Free Speech,… Read More ›

A Fascist Revolution

German and Italian Fascist revolts during the 1930’s each had their human dictator who gave voice to their power grab. Today’s Fascists in America use the media as their voice of revolt, though we have yet to see a one… Read More ›

Supreme Court Justice

The judicial branch of government is capped by the Supreme Court where the Justices exercise their influence on a case by case basis.  Historically, the Justices keep a low profile sequestered behind their loyal clerks and private environs.  They wield… Read More ›

Social Justice

This term has different meanings to different people, particularly among Christians.  Generally, in the media and public forum it refers to justice in terms of the distribution of wealth, opportunities, and privileges within a society.  In this context, it has… Read More ›

Only God is Good

“And a certain ruler asked him, saying, Good Master, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?  ‘Why do you call me good?’ Jesus answered.  ‘No one is good–except God alone.’ ” So many times over my life I have… Read More ›