It’s one of those days.
So, instead of commenting on the news or on someone else’s commentary on the news, I’m going to give you some links to pieces I plan to read after I compose this post. Here we go.
- Columnist Says He Won’t Date Feminists, Feminists Instantly Validate Him–probably very entertaining and the title, of course, made me think of Stacy McCain, so I went to his site: Feminism Is Anti-Male Hate Propaganda.
- Yesterday, I felt a twinge of pity for Hillary Clinton’s obviously serious medical situation and that, apparently no one cared enough about her to tell her that, maybe, running for and being president, shouldn’t be in her future. Yes, I know what you’re thinking, but still…anyway, I wasn’t the only person thinking along those lines: Chelsea Clinton, Your Elderly Mother Needs Help. Thing is, however, Chelsea Clinton is not her mother’s next of kin. Yes, again, I know what you’re thinking.
- I’m looking forward to reading How a Man of the Coasts and Cities Found Christ—by one Andrew Klavan.
- A splash of common sense from my political father, Thomas Sowell, is always welcome: If Black Lives Matter, Why Doesn’t Their Education?
- Then, there is my biological father, Philip Ochieng, who perennially exhorts his countrymen to eschew ethnic tribalism for the greater good of their nation-state: We should think as a super-tribe known as Kenya.
- And, lastly, there’s this exchange between Olympic legend Jesse Owens and German Olympian Luz Long: Leap of Faith
I think that the link immediately above is the one I’m looking forward to reading the most.
Juliette Akinyi Ochieng blogs at baldilocks. (Her older blog is located here.) Her first novel, Tale of the Tigers: Love is Not a Game, was published in 2012. Her second novel will be done in 2016. Follow her on Twitter.
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