The Benefits of Progressive Thought
. . Where do we find people like Tom? Why, they are the result of the progressive education model–which equates to no education at all.
The Spoils System
. . Hat tip: Jack Ruffer
The Earps—Part III
Virgil Walter Earp was born in Hartford, Kentucky, the second son of Nicholas and Virginia Cooksey Earp in 1843. Sixteen-year-old Virgil eloped with Ellen Rysdam. When this information became known, Ellen’s parents were furious but Virgil refused to agree to an annulment. A year later, Virgil enlisted in the Union Army and spent the next […]
I am taking a pause from Psalms today; it is Easter. Before I get to my message, however, I would like to mention that there are 89 references to the Messiah (whom I believe to be Jesus of Nazareth) in the inspired songs of the Psalms. This is why I believe the Psalms are as […]
Wisdom from an Unexpected Source
. . I didn’t even know about the Albino Squirrel. I’m not surprised, though.
Relearning why socialism doesn’t work
. . This causes us to wonder how smart Sanders and Clinton really are. In spite of the fact that their proposals have already been tried, have miserably failed, they insist that we continue down Socialism’s road to ruin.
The Earps —Part II
The Little Known Newton Jasper Earp was the eldest and only surviving child of Nicolas and Abigail Earp. Born in 1837, he always remained relatively close to the rest of the family, residing with or near them in Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, California, Nevada, and Arizona. At the outbreak of the Civil War, Newton enlisted in […]