The Culture That Stole Christmas

I had planned to post on immigration today, but when inspiration hits, it hits. The subject is an innocent piece of ground-up tree bits covered in warm, inviting colors that come together to create an image that hearkens back to childhood. On it there are several snowmen side by side, with a simple message, “Merry…

The Right to Limit a Right?

I want to start out today by posing two questions. What is a “human right”? Is something a “right” if it encroaches upon the rights of another? The concept of “human rights” is defined wonderfully in our own Declaration of Independence: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that…

Revisiting the “Plymouth Experiment”

Remember the Plymouth City Council letter? It’s been 35 days since I sent it. The response? Not a single, solitary PEEP. Well, I suppose that answers my original question. I guess as a tax-paying constituent, I half-expected the dignity of a response. Classy. Very classy.

The Plymouth Experiment

As I sat pondering my two previous posts regarding the recent, rather hypocritical actions of the Plymouth City Council, I wondered what kind of response I might get if I flat-out asked them if they would have given the same permission to a Christian Church. So, here’s the letter: My prediction?  A blasé, perhaps auto-generated response…