My Copy: 9781538718469 (image from bn.com) It took me a while longer than I thought to read this book, especially how thin it is compared to others I've picked up lately, but when I finally had a chance to sit and really read and absorb it, it went quick. A Warning doesn't really give you … Continue reading A Warning, by Anonymous (a Senior Trump Administration Official)
Click here for Dr. Pegoda's original page and link to the article. I find it worrisome when a significant proportion of a population has a hard-on for the end of days. For one, when things get implemented on society when these folks are in power, is it to punish those they despise, try to jump-start … Continue reading Examining Christian End Times Rhetoric in the Time of COVID
My Copy: 9780140177398 (image from amazon.com) I'll give Steinbeck credit: he sure knows how to tell a story in a small amount of pages. I couldn't believe how thin this book was when I picked it up, but then again, how many pages can a person go on about a couple of migrant farm workers … Continue reading Of Mice and Men, by John Steinbeck
Let's face it--if you've ever talked with a teacher, parent, student (or better yet, pretty much anybody with a shred of connection to education and isn't paid by the textbook companies), the issue of "standardized testing" comes up eventually...and never with a true smile. I became a certified teacher in 2008. When training in college, … Continue reading #028–What POSITIVE purpose does standardized testing have?
If you're anything like me--someone who grew up watching too many Western films on VCR or classic movie channels--then you know what I'm talking about here. The lone rider is on his horse, looking over the vast expanse with a few bushes, rocks and scattered little trees (or cacti, if it's the desert). The sun rises and he sets off (or it sets and he makes camp)...