2 Timothy 1:7 declares that “God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.”Continue Reading
Haven’t read or listened fully, but it holds out some measure of wisdom (albeit vain). https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2020/05/police-discretion-enforcing-mala-prohibita-crime-law.html
There is no first amendment right not to be offended by another’s first amendment right to offend. (But the sissy millennials will always whine anyway.)
Completing the decennial census online probably seems like an easy task, but convenience comes at a price—a price that I am unwilling to pay.Continue Reading
Chairman Mao Zedong once said, 古为今用 洋为中用, “use the past to serve the present, the foreign to serve China.” I wonder if the same is true for my relationship with Google.Continue Reading
“There can be no equal justice where the kind of trial a man gets depends on the amount of money he has.” Griffin v. Illinois, 351 U. S. 12, 19 (1956) (plurality opinion).
Two days ago a man asked me why I was carrying so many papers with me. My response was not as articulate as I would have liked it to have been, so this is what I wish I had said: We are a nation built on words and the ideas which those words express, a nation that considers words the ultimate weapon. Of all the constitutional amendments, the very first one sets out to protect speech above all else. It is no accident that it is the first of all amendments nor that it is immediately followed by the protection of arms and a militia. We must speak first and fight second.