Category Archives: Public Education

The real problem with Congress is the voters

In case you missed this, the husband of a low-level Arkansas Republican official suggested that our representatives would be more responsive if they knew we could shoot a couple of them. Don’t believe me? Here’s the link to the Huffington … Continue reading

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Meager words of my own

A few days ago, I started a blog post about the erroneous assertions that prayer is not allowed in schools and that the Bible has been banned. It was sparked by one of these photo/text memes making the rounds these … Continue reading

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What shall we do with Texas?

The Texas decision, over time, could have a disastrous impact on our nation. I can foresee this leading us down a road where only Christians — and even then only ones with a particular, fundamental bent — are considered “real Americans.” Continue reading

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