We had the whole family here and so I am almost out of time. Let me share my favorite Sousa March with you, The Stars and Stripes Forever, by John Philip Sousa, performed by the US Army Field Band. The lyrics appear Continue reading July 4th Festivities
Greetings, everyone. In the United States of America this is holiday called Memorial Day. People will be having picnics and barbecues and doing a lot of fun things. We will be going over to Ben’s house and having a variety of things, Continue reading Memorial Day – The HMT Rohna Coverup
The other day my wife handed me a sheaf of papers to go through. This is nothing new, especially since I am a slob and a pack-rat. These papers were some reprints of blogs and articles that I had printed off for Continue reading The French Connection (Hint: not the book)
This is for our friend, Ishaan, who asked what he thought was a simple question over at Brother’s Campfire. He asked, “Who is the allegory of America? Do you have one? Is it lady liberty?” He is from India and said that Continue reading The American Allegory
Cognitive dissonance is very grumpificating to me. It means my brain muscles are being forced to turn the gears and I may have to admit that I have more thinking to do about something. This happened to me tonight. Before I explain Continue reading Curmudgeonly Monday – Cognitive Dissonance
So, apparently, in some circles, even Christian ones, it appears to be a sentiment that if we do not stand up to the government and congregate in assemblies larger than 10 that we are somehow weak, spineless robots. Gutless wonders, afraid to Continue reading Gutless or Good Citizens?