“Teachings”

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Over the weeks you will see appended on several of the essays here at the top a simple notice that it is a "Teaching". I've even created a Category for it, as it's an...

How Veterans can Redirect much of America’s Public Education

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...and a new Education Model in America can provide both employment and justification for veterans service. For a few years I managed a veterans website called "VeteransTales". It was constructed by my author-friend and colleague,...

“Sex”- Innocence is Worth Protecting

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Why I oppose sex ed for children. Corrie ten Boom was a Dutch Christian who helped Jews hide from the Holocaust during the Nazi era. She and her older sister, and two brothers and her...

On the Shoulders We Stand On

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When I was a young man, from 15 to college graduate at 22, I generally kept my mouth shut in the company of my elders. Much of it was just good manners, which, I...

The Hanging of Jake Spoon, a Cautionary Tale for Leftwing School Boards

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I’ve written before about the symbolism of the hanging scene in Larry McMurtry’s “Lonesome Dove”, which first appeared on TV  in 1989. (You'd be the better for having watched it.)   I've written at least three...

“First We Hang the Lawyers”

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That wasn't quite what Shakespeare wrote in Henry VI, Act IV, Scene 2... "The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers". The debate still roils as to what the Bard meant by it, but I think Natural Law agrees with Shakespeare, that...