Brothers and sisters, I urge you to get in the Word, stay in the Word, and pray often daily. We live in perilous times. Two weeks ago we had a guest preacher at church. He gave a good sermon, and gave a warning about the current moral, spiritual, and political climate today: "It's not going … Continue reading Not Going to Get Any Better!
These words that are used a lot these days, but have fast became misnomers: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and let's not forget “tolerance.” They have become the battle-cry of left-leaning people and organizations throughout America, and in fact are used to belittle anyone who doesn't agree with their meaning of the words. Those three words … Continue reading Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
(From a report by Kyle Hooten, a sophomore at St. Olaf, who reports for The College Fix. We can only hope that more young men and women who are cognizant of what is really going on with our colleges and universities continue to have the courage to speak out and expose the liberal influence and … Continue reading Blind Leading the Blind
It's a continuing “big” news story-- the earth is warming up. But they no longer use “global warming” to describe it. There are two many questions that pop up at different times that seem to contradict the fear to which the left-environmentalists insist the world succumb. For instance, the first week of September in the … Continue reading The Climate Change Strike(out)
In many (most?) schools across America, our children are being lied to and downright brainwashed. They are being told America is NOT a great country and never really has been. They are being told that "tolerance" means accepting anything anyone wants to promote, and parents are not the ones to turn to when they have … Continue reading American “Education” Part II
The American University in Washington, D.C. has hired an outside professor to teach their faculty how to grade papers in a "non-racist" way, particularly written assignments by students. Asao Inoue of the University of Washington-Tacoma is known for advocating that students should be graded based on the “labor” they put into their work, not the … Continue reading American “Education”
"Committee to Establish Principles on Renaming"; "Committee on Art in Public Spaces" ; "Chief Diversity Office"; these names and similar titles are appearing in colleges and universities across America, all of which are prone to cater to snowflakes whining about everything from art to building names to stone work on buildings. The offense? The "perception" … Continue reading The Past is the Past
Franklin Roosevelt stated May 16, 1940: “We have seen the treacherous use of the ‘fifth column’ by which persons supposed to be peaceful visitors were actually a part of an enemy unit of occupation.” Franklin Roosevelt described the “fifth column” tactics, Dec. 29, 1940: “Their secret emissaries … seek to stir up … dissension to … Continue reading The Fifth Column
If you're among the politically correct minions, you probably believe that people's past should NEVER be forgotten – and certainly not forgiven, and people NEVER change, no matter what. The recent news that Harvard, that prestigious, elite institution of higher education, has rescinded Kyle Kashuv's acceptance because of comments he made as a 16-year-old student … Continue reading The Past
On Sunday, Baltimore Mayor Jack Young said placing gunslingers in a boxing ring to duke it out and settle their “beefs” could work as a way to help reduce gun violence. With all due respect, Mayor Young, this is the silliest idea since Oakland U. in Michigan distributed hockey pucks to faculty and students to … Continue reading Duke it Out?