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Monthly Archives: November 2015
For several years now, members of the Newberry College community have been invited to write brief devotionals for the days of Advent. The format is simple: We’re given a passage from Scripture, we write a little about it, and we … Continue reading
“Those are my principles, and if you don’t like them… well, I have others.” — Marx As I continue to work on my relocation to the sociopolitical desert, I find myself irritated? Saddened? Weary… of statements I find on social media … Continue reading
… in more ways than one today. I’m in my downstairs den, which is livable once more, after having been offline for a month after the deluge. I’m thankful for that. Mrs. M is upstairs, having her coffee before she … Continue reading
The Newberry Opera House got jolted last night, when progressive rock drum legend Carl Palmer came to town with his power trio, ELP Legacy. I got to the Opera House about 45 minutes before showtime, and I checked out the merch … Continue reading
As the Yalies in the process of being educated beyond their intelligence have been throwing their recent tantrums, I’ve heard more than a few people argue that this is the sort of thing PC has wrought. Indeed, the sort of nonsense … Continue reading
Headline from today’s Chronicle of Higher Ed (Alas, behind a paywall): “When Pursuing Diversity, Victory Is Hard to Define.” Well, duh! If you actually have a definition, you might accidentally achieve your goal, and then people would have to quit complaining/find real … Continue reading