… by Patrick Willis A quintessential walk in the future by way of the past evokes visions of what upcoming generations will be faced with having ignored all the warnings of today’s free thinkers. Written by Les Visible It was the time of religious wars. It was a time of materialism and intellectual […]
Just show up and start preaching, especially about what “the union is going to do for you…” without that and the native Texan or Alabamian or Tennessean hears some Yankee saying, “We’re gonna take your women, corn and horses, and there’s nothing much you can do about it.” If the meaning of the message is what the receiver hears, well, nothing much you can do about it by shouting it louder.
More importantly, Luther would have had a hard time refuting people like John Hagee and the whole Christian Zionist movement. If Luther objects to their extreme Zionist worldview, they could easily say, “Dr. John Hagee would have it so.”
I yield to no one in my appreciation of the general perversity of human beings in groups. However, looking at things rationally, I tend to come to the Conan Doyle understanding — when you eliminate the possible, the impossible however improbable is probably true. Hamlet was only half right — the fault is not with […]
It’s hard to believe that this happened over 80 years ago but this exceptionally rare 7 minute film from 1932 brilliantly shows one of the darkest days in America’s history with actual newsreel footage.
Here’s a real heart warmer charity in Colorado. I read over their 2012 IRS 990 Sanctuary 990 2012 and it’s heartwarming to see real numbers that reflect the commitment we expect to see from a true charity.
To commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Korean War, the Wisconsin Departments of Military Affairs and Veterans Affairs are partnering to distribute a special book to those veterans who served in that conflict.
The Veterans Administration is one of the largest agencies of the US government. As such, they consume the lion’s share of the finances in their administration of benefits and medical services to Veterans.
Five miles southeast of Roosevelt on a remote ranch in Utah, Terry Sherman (aka Tom Gorman) and well known paranormal investigator Chad Deetken peered into the darkness of a pasture. It was in the early morning hours of August 28, 1997.