Politics

Louisiana College – Masters of Suspicion

“I can help you go places.” My long-time friend, who is also a pastor, retold a story shared years earlier. He and at least one other were carpooling when his new acquaintance informed him, “You need to know me.” As a self-described redneck country boy, my friend fired … Continue reading

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Block and Brueggemann on the Election

My friend Travis interviews Peter Block and Walter Brueggemann on Democrats and Republicans and Meaningless Narratives.

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Weekly Wrap – Maybe You Missed These Posts

Write or hang out with the grand boys? No brainer. Thursday evening, an occasional evening to write, I enjoyed taking care of Max Nolen while Tommie helped with the Justice Now at Snow Hill. Friday, my day off on which I often write for the coming week, I spent … Continue reading

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Controlled Debates – In Politics and Religion

I would rather take in another off-Broadway production of Les Miserables than another Presidential debate, hands down. One is excellent theater, the other not so much.

Marty Duren writes an Open Letter to the Commission On Presidential Debates. After I read it I thought of the old saying, … Continue reading

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