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Rather 35,000 rapes per year than that!

Posted by T on March 05, 2009
Current Discourse / 13 Comments

Douglas Wilson huffs that when he grew up, blacks Continue reading…

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What is non-violence?

Posted by T on January 19, 2009
History, Politics / 4 Comments

Last year to celebrate today’s holiday I outlined Michael “Martin Luther” King’s chronic cheatin’ ways, exemplified in Continue reading…

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Note to Obama’s jewish handlers: He is not “President-elect” until elected by the electoral college; and “President-elect” is not an office

Posted by T on November 24, 2008
Politics / 4 Comments

"Office of the President Elect"
Lining up a bunch of flags does not change those facts.

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Protected: Movie. The Last King of Scotland, 2006.

Posted by T on March 29, 2008
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Hegel on Black History Month

Posted by T on February 25, 2008
History, Politics / 34 Comments

The best argument for a liturgical calendar is Continue reading…

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Westminster Honors

Posted by T on January 21, 2008
Current Discourse / 22 Comments

Guess which of the following are honored at Westminster Theological Seminary with a day off. You may select more than one of course. (Note: you may regard one of the selections as a joke.) Continue reading…

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Martin Luther King’s Plagiarism

Posted by T on January 21, 2008
History, Politics / 6 Comments

And now comes Rev Michael Eric Dyson to defend Martin Luther King’s plagiarism.

The facts can be summarized rather succinctly. Continue reading…

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Martin Luther King’s Adultery

Posted by T on January 19, 2008
History, Politics / 11 Comments

In a discussion with a co-worker last week, I discovered with shock that some people Continue reading…

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Dyson on King

Posted by T on January 19, 2008
History, Politics / 2 Comments

In his book, I May Not Get There With You (full bibliog. info at bottom), Rev. Michael Continue reading…

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Movie. Freedom Writers, 2007

Posted by T on June 12, 2007
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Hilary Swank is bright-eyed, idealistic teacher in a recently-integrated LA public Continue reading…

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Movie. Guess Who, 2005.

Posted by T on April 12, 2007
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This is a sort of remake of Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, with the races of the young couple swapped.

However, the intervening forty years have brought massive changes to the mores of society, and this is reflected in the mores of the movie. The triumph of the sexual revolution that was just beginning there is now complete: normalized, institutionalized, expected: Continue reading…

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Movie. Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner, 1967.

Posted by T on March 26, 2007
By Title, Movies / 4 Comments

In each generation, it appears that Hollywood produces one centerpiece sermon Continue reading…

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