Silence

Source: On Thursday, a man reportedly dressed in body armor ran into a crowded room and opened fire with a high-powered assault-style rifle, killing three and injuring six. But television stations didn’t cut away to report on the horrific event. In fact, it’s likely this is the first you’re hearing about it. What makes this shooting different? [Read More...]

10 Million Move per Year: Where do they go? Vegas!

Here’s a graph of where Americans are moving — blue means moving into and brown means moving away from. [Read more...]

Joy’s Important Reminder

From Joy: I’ve had this conversation with so many friends. I am a fixer, but this I cannot fix. So I listen. Some of my friends suffered abuse and mistreatment from parents suffering from severe mental illness. Others were raised by good people who for whatever reason couldn’t or wouldn’t demonstrate affection or approval. Or [Read More...]

Saturday Book Review: Thanksgiving

The First Thanksgiving: What the Real Story Tells Us about Loving God and Learning from History Robert Tracy McKenzie is professor and chair of history at Wheaton College. He taught for many years at the University of Washington where he was the holder of the Donald W. Logan Endowed Chair in American History. He is [Read More...]

Weekly Meanderings, 9 November 2013

Those medievals had some weird ideas for illustrations. Larry Kudlow’s not too happy about insurance options, then my observation: May I ask this question? Why is it that Americans don’t have the freedom to choose their own health insurance? I just don’t get it. Why must the liberal nanny state make decisions for us? We [Read More...]


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