“The Long Winter” by Bill Walden and Allie Hammond brings genuine warmth to hurting souls

Last October, early one morning I was walking to BART as part of my mornin’ truckin’ to work. Minding my own business, not bothering anyone. Everything was fine. For a while. Now, the portion of the San Francisco Bay Area where I am located, or as I prefer to think in the Bay Area but … Continue reading “The Long Winter” by Bill Walden and Allie Hammond brings genuine warmth to hurting souls

Non Tweets Under the Fedora Loughlin & Huffman vs Trump, Tebow to AAA, How many years ago did Bill Russell Play? , Young antisemitism > Holocaust survivors, and a warning.

My 1st thought when I saw that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman were charged in a RICO case involving college admissions for thier kids was: Who? But my second was this. As of this moment both the FBI & Justice Department have more evidence of criminal activity on their part then they do on Donald … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora Loughlin & Huffman vs Trump, Tebow to AAA, How many years ago did Bill Russell Play? , Young antisemitism > Holocaust survivors, and a warning.

The Frankfurt School, the destruction of objective truth, and college indoctrination

The mistaken belief among about fifty percent of the younger generations that socialism is superior to capitalism can be traced back to the indoctrination that passes for education on our college campuses.  The roots of this indoctrination can be traced back to the destruction of objective truth, which was popularized by the Frankfurt School of … Continue reading The Frankfurt School, the destruction of objective truth, and college indoctrination

Lenten Reflections 2nd Thursday of Lent: God as Father

Yesterday we talked about how God is not the Genie of the Lamp and that we have to make sure we don't approach him in prayer as if we are the God and he is the servant. That being the case the obvious question is how SHOULD we approach God and pray. Well Jesus answered … Continue reading Lenten Reflections 2nd Thursday of Lent: God as Father