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From Across the Net – “Understanding Why Religious Conservatives Would Vote for Trump”
Andrew T. Walker, writing for the National Review, wrote an excellent piece titled “Understanding Why Religious Conservatives Would Vote for Trump”. Many of my own thoughts, that I’ve wanted to share for awhile, are in this piece. This article is a bit of a long read but worth reading. Some religious conservatives may see theContinue reading “From Across the Net – “Understanding Why Religious Conservatives Would Vote for Trump””
Union Pacific’s No. 4014 – The Big Boy Visit’s Longview, Texas
When the Big Boy came to town.
From Across the Net – “Rotten STEM: How Technology Corrupts Education”
“The American public education system, a rusted-out 1976 mustard sedan whose “check engine” light is always on, is driven by a psychopath who wants, by turns, to crash it for the insurance, to insist that cars can be submarines, and to spend hilarious sums on unnecessary parts.”
From Across the Net – “It is well…”
“Put another way, were you ever blessed by the work of someone who turned out to be a false prophet?”