Handing down values from one generation to the next is how we maintain our culture. Traditionally, we do this through fables, fairy tales, folklore, and old wives tales. The fable is a fictional story that usually features animals that behave and speak as human beings. They attempt to highlight human character flaws. A lesson for […]

Mr. Obama’s point man on Ebola America is Ron Klain, whose field of expertise is community organizing. Of course, Mr. Obama is free to appoint whomever he wants to whatever position he chooses —that’s the way it works in the United States. If you elect a low-class, American-hating Marxist as your president, then one should […]

Scholars posit that God wills us to pray, seek intercession, and make thanksgivings to the kings and all in authority over us.  This psalm is a prayer and a thanksgiving.  We do not know the occasion, but we do know that it is a petition to God on behalf of King David.  The psalm reflects […]

At the Battle of Agincourt, Henry V led his English soldiers to victory over a significantly larger French army during the Hundred Years’ War. The battle is the genesis for Shakespeare’s famous play penned in 1599, and its theme is that there are times when a king must be ruthless. Warfare demands no less than […]

I think one could make several good arguments respecting the irrationality of Islamic dogma, particularly as it relates to jihadi behavior. However, no argument could possibly surpass the foolishness of the American political left. Here’s what I mean: liberals elected Bill De Blasio to lead the city of New York. Since taking office, the mayor […]

A coincidence is an occurrence of two or more events that appear mere chance.  Whenever there is a repeating similar event, we may regard this as a striking coincidence.  Now, as everybody knows, a bookie is a person who makes a business from accepting the wagers of others about the outcome of an event.  He […]

Blacks and Hispanics are more likely than whites to lack the specific kinds of identification required in Texas in order to vote, and have greater difficulty in obtaining them—at least, that is the finding announced by federal district judge Nelva Gonzalez Ramos in the question about whether the Texas Voting law imposes unconstitutional restrictions on […]


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