OK, deep breath…

First, I don’t care what your political leanings are, the election of the first African-American president is a wonderful sign that America has moved into a new (and positive) era of race relations.  A man who was 3/5’s of a person when the Consitution was written is now the Chief Executive of the nation.  If…

Great Idea!

If you’re as annoyed by robocalls as I am, check out this map of the annoying things and who’s using them. Twitter Robocall Tracker I’m pretty much at the point where I won’t vote for anyone robocall tells me to vote for!

Oh the parade…

I was psyched to be able to head down to Philly for the Parade on Friday.  Palmyra was nearly the perfect point from which to enter the city (the PA burbs had regional rail shut down on them – whoops!).  We did have to got a few stations north to find room on a train…

Glad I’m not the only one

This evening I tweeted that I’m reading A Case for Civility of Os Guiness.  It really is an excellent book.  By the time I got done with a Budget Meeting, and a short workout I found that I was suddenly being followed by the user vigil4civility.  I went and briefly checked out their web-site and…

The Gospel at it’s best…

The man speaking is playing Gowan Pamphlet, a freed slave and pastor of the first licensed black church in Virginia.  He was excellent, and this snippet is one of the best portions.  It shows both the wonder of the Gospel to set people free, and the tragic reality that the “Christian” West ignored the teaching…

Let someone else explain it…

The gentleman in this video did a wonderful job explaining why going to Williamsburg is such a joy for me.  Frankly, I’m coming to see that the mass of people who are unable to be moved by either history or narrative is not a matter of bad education – it’s an illness of the soul. …