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Long Live The King?

If one either feels rapturous or hostile feelings towards a person or institution, it seems easy to write about it, but my own feelings about monarchy, whether based on my own limited and unpleasant personal experience with the institution thus … Continue reading

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As Long As The Sands Remain

For a long time, the hourglass has been a fitting reminder of the passage of time. While it can feel like an ominous symbol of the inexorable passage of time, the movement of sand through the hourglass is a fitting … Continue reading

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Bait Car

Among the many quirky and uncomfortable shows that I have enjoyed watching is the show Bait Car. Whether or not this show’s premise is to be considered to be entrapment is perhaps a bit above my paygrade, but the basic … Continue reading

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Death On A Gravel Road

In the world of gravel biking, a world I did not know existed until yesterday, a middle-aged woman who is dating one gravel rider has been arrested for murdering a young woman who is also involved in the same world … Continue reading

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Via Poenitentiae

To me, at least, one of the most interesting aspects of the Roe vs. Wade case was that the original Jane Roe later came to oppose abortion and sought to defend the value of unborn children. If her turn from … Continue reading

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Let Them Cope And Seethe

What we have seen, starting already tonight, and what we will likely see more of in the future, is just how bloodthirsty the ghouls of the left are in the United States. For nearly 50 years now, our country has … Continue reading

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Requiem For A Pyramid Man

I got the call this evening. Admittedly, I am not an easy man to get in touch with by phone, but I happened to see the phone number light up on my phone and it was from an area code … Continue reading

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On The Clout Economy

There is a lawyer who has gotten an entire secondary income and reputation in encouraging rappers to stop self-snitching who records humorous but also poignant videos discussing how it is that rappers get themselves into trouble by telling on themselves. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unexpecting

Unexpecting: Real Talk On Pregnancy Loss, by Rachel Lewis [Note: This book was provided free of charge by Bethany House Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Although this book is about a … Continue reading

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One Less Day From Dying Young

For some people aging is a gradual process that comes on slowly where declining strength and energy are matched for a long period of time by growing savvy and wisdom. For other people the process is more akin to being … Continue reading

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