Tag Archive: racism

The house progressives built

As anyone with what is increasingly UNcommon sense knows, morality in America has been turned upside down and backwards. Sexual promiscuity and perversion are celebrated but expecting people to follow God’s standards for… Continue reading

A coming wave of courage?

Conservatives like me have had reason to be hopeful lately because of the courage of some liberals. Because they told the truth when it was difficult. I’ve been praying hard for lies to… Continue reading

All truth matters

Black lives matter. Of course. You know what else matters? TRUTH. I question whether those loudly and proudly condemning the police, certain politicians, and virtually all whites as racists believe that truth matters.… Continue reading

Lincoln’s words for our present difficulty

Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally. (1) This one, short quip conveys well how Abraham Lincoln felt about the forced… Continue reading

Slaves in America

One doesn’t have to look far to find slavery in America today. There are videos of slaves everywhere…burning down buildings, attacking police officers, telling those who rely on facts instead of the narrative… Continue reading

Some concluding thoughts on racism

Why do black lives matter? It has occurred to me that many of those loudly calling and protesting for change are atheists, if not philosophically then effectually. If they do acknowledge God exists… Continue reading

Still thinking about racism

The socialist, anti-family agenda of BLM Of course I believe that Black Lives Matter and that pushing back with “all lives matter” misses the point. But in promoting the BLM movement we are… Continue reading

More thoughts on racism

We need law enforcement. We need the police, and those calling for their defunding and abolishment are very foolish. Unless they are anarchists themselves and want anarchy because that’s what we’ll get without… Continue reading

Some thoughts on racism

Most people want to end racism, including me. Ending racism is not controversial, as some conclude merely because there is disagreement on its scope and solution. We’ll never completely eradicate racism because as… Continue reading