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Welcome Back to Bizarro World U.S.A.

It is better to have a mask on your face than a foot in your mouth. Looking back over the recently departed month of June in the Land of Opportunity, which, in case that rings a bell, was once synonymic for the United States of America, two images are branded into my memory. One is of a Minneapolis cop looking casually at the camera and then down as George Floyd takes his dying breaths. The other is [...]

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By |2020-07-01T18:10:07+00:00July 1, 2020|Bible, COVID-19, Fox News, Lying, Marketing, Masks, Pence, Presidency, Public Health|

Evangelicals Deliver President from Accountability

How did Trump become brightest hope of evangelicals? I’ve been curious for some time about the tremendous popularity Trump has enjoyed with the once judgmental evangelical leadership. Evangelicals represent more than a fourth of all active voters (26 percent) and one third of all Republican voters. Seventy-five to eighty percent of them voted for Trump in 2016 and seem poised to do the same in November of 2020. Even the recent publicity stunt of Trump using the [...]

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By |2020-06-11T02:00:58+00:00June 11, 2020|Bible, Conservatives, Donald Trump, Evangelicals, Liberals, Presidency|

Racial Prejudice: How Far Have We Really Come?

The message of the evils of racism still falling on deaf ears. I had a blog written about how all of us are more alike than different, but it just doesn’t seem credible anymore. It’s reassuring to think we’re always going to have a happy ending here, as well as in the hereafter, and that we all have more goodness within us than iniquity.  Maybe, but, then again, we may merely be a nation of strangers who [...]

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By |2020-06-03T20:12:04+00:00June 3, 2020|American History, Bible, Evil, History, Lyrics, Racism, Truth, Victims|

Our Language Connects Us to Our Past

We say a lot of things without thinking much about them. And so it is with sayings and phrases we all use— many with ancient origins. A surprising number come from various translations of the Bible and, not so surprisingly, the Bard himself, Shakespeare. Some are regarded as clichés, but that only means that they are durable and we feel comfortable using them. There are so many of them that I can only randomly pick and choose my examples. [...]

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By |2016-06-08T14:43:27+00:00June 8, 2016|Bible, Euphemisms, Language, Sayings|
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