I’m not for socialism. I believe it’s a suffocating way of life which is antithetical to the purpose of America’s design. We’re meant to enjoy space here, freedom and liberty demand that we not tie ourselves to each other in political, but most especially, economic ways. Unfortunately the socialist storm has been gathering major heat […]
Bill Ottman, CEO of Minds, spoke with Heavy about Trump’s Social Media Summit, censorship, media coverage, and the future of the Minds platform.
Lesley Thulin // When VICE Magazine published a fashion spread that depicted reenactments of famous women writers’ suicides in its 2013 Women in Fiction issue, it was met with outrage. Some critics described “Last Words” as “almost breathtakingly tasteless,” while others chalked it up to “slouching indifference and sloppiness.” VICE’s own last words on the […]
Matthew 24:6-8 And ye shall hear of wars and rumours of wars: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet. For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places. All these […]
After six days had elapsed, Esther Noh received a letter from her beloved Arthur Treacherous. Everyday since his departure, Esther would sit on the stoop, drink coffee, smoke a Cuban cigar and groom her fabulous mustache, waiting for the mailman, appropriately named Marple Postman, Marp for short. Esther grabbed the letter and immediately ran up […]
We know there is only one God, and he exists as the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. God has woven the Trinity into the three synoptic gospels in parallel scriptures. In Matthew, Jesus says “Father.” In Mark, Jesus says “Holy Spirit.” In Luke, Jesus says “I.” Let’s go to the Olivet discourse in […]
https://www.jstor.org/stable/41064624?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents This article dives into the benefits of YA Lit as “Real” literature and its uses in the classroom. The article explains how YA Lit can work as an avenue of interest for young readers. Young readers can struggle initially becoming interested in reading when they are shoved the classics down their throats. The classics […]
“I imagine the only plan Westminster and the British Royal Navy have is… to park up in international waters, ninety miles off the coast of Iran… and stick their fingers up at Iranians!” 😀 “Fucking mincing little cunts” ANALYSIS: Iran escalates stand-off, Israel could soon face war The only country in the world using military force […]
Original draft. What appeared in print in the July 11 issue of The Mokena Messenger is slightly different, but gets the point across all the same, I think. Anywho. From the Editor T.J. Kremer III, Editor Let’s just get right down to it. I discovered two hard truths this past week: Some of our neighbors […]
Once again, I’m behind schedule with both the topical piece I’d intended for today, and with this month’s #1000Speak post. As a result, I’m reusing my August 2015 #1000Speak post today because I’ve been thinking, again, about the overwhelming lack of polite (read “rational”) discourse about pretty much anything, and it’s disturbing how we seem to have stopped […]
As fans voice their displeasure with Brock Lesnar recapturing the Universal Title, we look at why WWE are still so reliant on “The Beast” and other stars of previous eras. Depending on your perspective, the ending of WWE’s Extreme Rules 2019 represented one of two things: compelling, edge-of-your-seat storytelling or a listless re-tread of the […]
Latest in on-going installments: https://www.cardinaljohnhenrynewman.com/idea-of-a-university-discourse-3-part-2-theology-is-necessary-for-all-other-knowledge/.
It’s been awhile since I last posted. Consider it addressed. I recently took a class on male Mysteries via Cherry Hill Seminary. Cherry Hill had been on my short list for grad schools, and I thought the 4-week course would lend some insight on how they run their programs. The class was led by Gala […]
Looking back over the articles I’ve written this past week I think that the recurring theme in all of my printed words has been one of nostalgia: An article on the return of Kevin Smith and his View Askew Universe of characters got the ball rolling, followed in quick succession by a short bit about […]
1) You would be a touch inhumane if you didn’t think the drought wasn’t having a calamitous effect on individuals, families and towns throughout this blond Australian landscape. You would be even more merciless if in the scheme of things you turned your back on a politically bipartisan approach to helping those on sunburnt properties […]